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'Migration has overturned the politics of the West'

Author Amitav Ghosh on his new novel, the international clandestine migration network, and why it is a part of Indian culture to be interested in words.

Ice wide open: Traipsing around Iceland’s snow-capped mountains and its white fields is like landing inside a moonscape

As we approach the Seljalandsfoss waterfall, the mountains loom larger and columns of mist arise from the fields. The caps of the mountains glisten like pearls, which are part of the Eyjafjallajökull, Icelandic for Island Mountain Glacier.


Travelling Suitcase: An Extra Pair of Wings

From Abu Dhabi, lessons in caring for the national bird — falcon —and making it a part of pop culture.

The tart delight of summers: The remarkable versatility of raw mango

The joys — pickled and pulped — of unripe mangoes.

Staying silent about cyberbullying is no longer an option

Cyberbullying is the dangerous new normal.

Down in Jungleland: The Passing of a Species

Great Indian Bustards slide into extinction.


It’s complicated: Decoding the sexual health needs of today's youngsters

Young people’s sexual choices are not shaped by Western culture, but by complex realities, says a study.

Terry Pratchett, a prophet for interesting times

A look at what made Terry Pratchett the philosopher we need and, hopefully, deserve.

The village of Kurdi in Goa: Now you see it, now you don’t

Once a year, a Goan village, submerged by a dam in the 1980s, resurfaces. For Kurdi’s people, that is the time to return home.

All my life I’ve been told that I’m picky: Konkona Sensharma

Director-actor Konkona Sensharma on why representation is important, as is stepping out of one’s comfort zone.