Facebook's new feature lets you donate to a non-profit organization on your birthday.
Why were Western retailers blamed for the building collapse in Bangladesh? Assigning direct responsibility to retailers lets factory owners and governments off the hook.
They were our nationalists leaders to gave the idea of motherland or femininity to the Indian subcontinent and this is something very evidently available in scriptures and texts.
Hong Kong's post world war 2 transformation is an important lesson for poor countries trying to improve their economic status.
Halfway through his tenure, PM Modi is priming his vote base for the next election through a well-planned strategy of grassroot-level mobilisation.
India has witnessed jobless growth owing to the unconventional pattern of economic growth, in turn, defying Okun's law of economics.
The Gorakhpur tragedy has turned into a media circus, where politicians are busy playing the blame game while parents grieve.
As CBFC welcomes its new president after replacing the much controversial Pahlaj Nahlani, analysing what the future holds for the cinema industry is essential.
To secure truly sustainable, safe and equitable development, the governments of both China and Pakistan must improve consultation and communication with impacted local populations.
"The love for hilsa is not restricted to Bengalis – much as they would like to believe so."
Murders, rapes, riots and a huge violent wave of migration: the reality behind "last minute" strategy of British to divide India permanently.
Examining the anonymous feedback messaging app that is setting social media on fire.
There is, without a doubt, a need for increased use of renewable energy sources. But the corresponding crowding out of coal and other non-renewable sources needs to be gradual to minimise the associated losses.
The Sunu Band, an innovation by Mexican entrepreneurs, uses ultrasonic technology to help the visually impaired.
As the Government of India is formulating a new Biofuel Policy, it is time to revisit the old policies and analyse the issues that mired them.
Sharad Yadav's career as a JD(U) leader seems to be coming to an abrupt halt.
The Indian telecom industry is deep in debt and the government needs to offer viable solutions to the troubled industry.
India's ranking in global tourism has drastically improved. However, the improvement in ranks in yet to match differences in revenue of the tourism industry
Though Kia Motors will launch in India with a long-term plan to earn profits, India can revitalize its economy with foreign investment.