In this episode, we visit an anganwadi and speak to a paediatrician who has set up a lab to understand how diet, culture and food affect women and children.
Harsh Mander’s ‘Where Are India’s Dissenting Hindus?’
Siddharth Varadarajan, founding editor of The Wire, discusses Sasikala’s conviction and what it means for the state’s politics in a Facebook Live chat.
Sevanti Ninan, Vipul Mudgal and M.K. Venu on what lies behind recent spate of media sackings.
Several utility items and gadgets we use today are actually inspired by designs and systems already found in nature. Samanth and Padmaparna investigate.
A century after Einstein’s prediction of gravitational waves, LIGO’s discovery potentially revolutionises not just the world of astrophysics but of science itself.
Social justice cannot be achieved if only the higher castes get electoral representation and negotiate the terms of the debate
Sleep is vital for our physical and mental health. But, are we needlessly sacrificing a third of our life just to sleep? Is there a way to sleep less and well?
The story of a 29-cent US Postal Service stamp that inspired scientists to undertake the journey to Pluto
Through interviews, anecdotes and research, Padmaparna Ghosh and Samanth Subramanian bring alive the rich breadth of human imagination and knowledge