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FOOD AND ECOLOGY
Eating insects has long made sense in Africa. The world must catch up
Globally, 2 billion people consume insects, a practise known as entomophagy.
In pictures: The historic moments that have shaped Pakistan
Various highs and lows in the country's history.
The Mahabharata: How an oral narrative of the bards became a text of the Brahmins
The epic was taken over by Brahmins who explained away abhorrent details like polyandry and parricide through imaginative additions.
INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC
The Kabir Festival gives music lovers in Mumbai a chance to listen, learn and engage
‘Hindustani classical music has its roots in the qolmas performed at dargahs.’
Who is Tina, and why is her Ginger Lemon drink a quiet icon of Mumbai?
The fascinating history of a 23-year-old health drink.
Impure big-brand honey is eating into the margins of small producers
Independent, small beekeepers are uniting against adulterated honey sold by companies fighting a price war.
Kaziranga, India's rhino paradise, has a poaching problem that's proving hard to combat
Poachers killed 18 rhinos in Kaziranga National Park in 2016 – most recently on December 22, experts say there is hope.
Air India has come up with a bizarre seating plan to make women feel safer
The airline, recently labeled the world's 'third-worst' performing airline, will earmark a row of seats for female passengers.
Shakespeare and cinema