China sees severe flooding every year, causing loss of life and property. However, over the years, the impact has worsened with climate change and rapid urbanisation.
A beleaguered generation battling the pandemic and slowing economies is rejecting 'work hard, party hard' for 'work well, sleep well'.
Who are the Murugappans, the sole occupants of a detention centre on Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean, and what led to protests against their deportation from Australia?
Amika George was picked for an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire), which is the third-ranking award on the list, in education for her campaign against period poverty, #FreePeriods.
“It wasn’t an easy one for me with the Honours system’s association to the (British) Empire and our colonial past,” says the 21-year-old History student at University of Cambridge whose parents hail from Kerala.
The certificate will be issued by a national authority, free of any cost, attesting that the person is safe from the coronavirus infection and hence, free to travel.
A legislation to remove the per-country cap on permanent residency visas, or green cards, for the US has been introduced in the House of Representatives. How does it help Indians?
Despite a feeling of disconnect, personal losses and technical difficulties, the pandemic has pushed companies to adopt inclusive, better practices.
With several states like Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka reporting a shortage in the drug's supply, people have turned to Twitter to crowdsource the antifungal medicine.
We are in an existential crisis. We are also reclaiming a sense of purpose