The theme for World Environment Day 2020 is Biodiversity, a concern that is urgent and existential. It is time to start acting for nature.
The trains are just that, a metal giant rolling itself through those noisy paths and smashing everything that comes in its way.
Natural disasters have affected 200 million people each year since 1990. Simran Arora discusses how these disasters may not as natural as we think they are.
Ever wondered why Gods chose the remote and impassable Himalayas as their abode for us to visit? Why couldn’t ‘they’ have located themselves at the now Metro ride away Kashmere Gate or the then barren, uninhabited and higher Delhi Ridge? Surely that would have saved a lot of energy and resources and would have avoided tragic disasters like the one we are presently witnessing. Why then did the omnipotent and omniscient Gods chose invincible places like Kedarnath, Badrinath and Hemkunt Sahib as their abodes? The answer lies in the awe-inspiring and mighty Himalayas and the understanding and manifestation of God through this power of Nature.
Diversity is the backbone of Indian culture and traditions. Today, looking at the present situation, music needs to play a greater role and call for unity among the people.
The 62nd Republic Day, celebrated today on 26th January 2011 was a symbol of harmony, self-governance, biodiversity and sustainable development that are inherent to the Indian culture. The Republic Day 2011 parade was well received by the President of India. The Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was the invited Chief […]