By Mandy Froelich / Truth Theory Meet Ramveer Tanwar, a 26-year-old engineer who has helped revive 10 lakes in India over the past five years. The […]
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By Mandy Froelich / Truth Theory 73-year-old Azim Premji, chairman of the Wipro Ltd., the fourth-largest IT service company in India, recently made history with a […]
By Mayukh Saha / Truth Theory India is quite popular because of its oneness with nature and love for wildlife. According to Hindu philosophy (which is […]
By Amanda Froelich, When Adarsh Shrivastava boarded a train traveling through Uttar Pradesh last week, he had no idea he’d play a key role in […]
A scene from Sir Clarmont Percival Skrine’s film Quetta-Damghan, almost certainly the only colour footage of the Indian Long Range Squadron in action. The film […]
By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory Great news for animal rights activists and the critters they seek to protect. It is now illegal for circuses to feature […]
By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory While traveling through India, visual artist Faye Halliday had the pleasure of attending the Elephant Festival in Jaipur. After witnessing […]
By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory For decades, individuals in the UK and the US have “come out” to family members with repercussion rarely more severe […]
By Colin Todhunter Released in late July, the final report of India’s Supreme Court-appointed Technical Expert Committee (TEC) on field trials of genetically modified crops reveals […]
As India continues its painful soul-searching over its society’s treatment of women, this report cuts to the heart of the issue. We explore Delhi’s underbelly, where frequent and brutal attacks go unpunished.
Capitalism is based on managing its inherent crises. It is also based on the need to maximise profit, beat down competitors, cut overheads and depress wages. In the 1960s and 70s, in the face of increasing competition from abroad, the US began to outsource manufacturing production to bring down costs by using cheap foreign labour. Other countries followed suit. Even more jobs were lost through the impulse to automate. To provide a further edge, trade unions and welfare were attacked in order to suppress wages at home. Problem solved. Or was it?
They’re responsible for emitting more carbon dioxide than the rest of the world combined, these are the 10 worst polluting countries.
Written by Andrew Puhanic A new study published in the Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice titled ‘Effect of fluoride exposure on the intelligence of […]
by Louis James Economic crises signal that the current system isn’t working as expected and needs improvement. When it comes to monetary systems, questioning their fundamentals […]