Filmmakers have tapped laws of perception still unexplored by neuroscience to create a visual feast in the brain and thus they exploit this to their advantage when it comes to...
What made Kenya, call for a closure of the biggest refugee camp in the world?
We need leaders that realize that no country is immune to climate disruption.
The harrowing plight of women in Kashmir should not get lost amidst the bullets and pellets.
The lines of distinction between war and peace are blurring. Do we need a decentralized defense mechanism?
Times are changing and people are making progress in terms of wellbeing.
The story of a yatri Siddhant, takes us through the struggles, successes and endeavours that reflect everything that Jagriti Yatra aspires to be.
The previous year in Bangladesh saw the aggravation of violence by extremist groups against citizens defending civil liberties and human rights through their freedom of speech.
How did American legislation shape the backbone of the Nazi movement in Germany?
The Spanish refugee crisis, two centuries ago, sent out an important message: the instinct to survive makes one persevere against the worst.
Is a woman’s testimony not strong enough a reason to believe that she did not give the consent?
The not-so-known master of chess, Sultan Khan, draws a life story parallel to that of Ramanujan's life and his excellence.
"History is written by winners" is a well-known phrase. How does this come to play in Saif-Kareena's son Taimur's name controversy?
If we look at the current financial scenario, it seems we as a society are going to struggle both locally and globally.
In an age of perpetual beta, careers are managed like consumables as we witness that degrees no longer assure the employability of a graduate and every skill is available for...
Which countries are the dark horses when it comes to higher education? However, they are faced with their own limitations from being the list-toppers in higher education.
Advancements in science and technology are often bolstered not by the Government, rather, by the philanthropy of tech giants.
What is behaviourism? How does behaviourism interpret humans not being able to follow through with their resolutions?
Patanjali is a force to reckon with. Having taken the FMCG sector by storm, what is the reason behind its popularity?
Bots created with artificial intelligence can make teaching easier by carrying out the tedious tasks for teachers. But they are not evolved enough yet to replace the teacher altogether.
Why is it difficult for voluntary organizations to grow in South Korea?
The gender gap begins with children's education. Schools in Scandinavia are trying to reduce it by devising their own gender-neutral stories for children.
With 'Happy Seeder' there is no need to burn straw to clear fields. It doesn't affect yield, and decreases cost. With this, the straw is not being burnt at all,...
Will our cities adapt dynamic technologies to meet exploding demands as we continue to gallop forward as a race?
As the Jagriti yatra reaches Bangalore, startups gear up to showcase their mission and vision aiming to bring about a change.
The election of Duterte has proved to be a turning point in the long-standing democratic deficit in Asia’s oldest democracy.
Trust in science has dwindled over the last few years and it could culminate, if not reversed soon, into an epidemic, where progress is slow and doubt is widespread.
Companies are employing more resources and science behind AI to make the systems integrate themselves into more efficient ones.
Africa's claim to be the "mobile continent" is even stronger than previously thought. How to sustain this digital transformation?