Kasturba: Mumbai's first line of defence
Kasturba – a small infectious diseases hospital overshadowed for decades by the city’s giant public and private health facilities – now evokes unbridled awe in the medical fraternityMumbai MirrorFeb 28, 2021, 10:57
Opinion: Is Lanka located in Madhya Pradesh?
Temples dedicated to Ravana in MP, and rulers claiming descent from him in this region, indicate that Lanka may not be across the ocean as imagined, but very much within Indian territoryFeb 27, 2021, 23:02
Soon you can 3D print food in your kitchen
With personalisation & customisation becoming the order of the day, 3D food printing is all set to meet the tastes of discerning customers in futureTNNFeb 27, 2021, 11:38
How Twitter plans to go beyond tweets
Though it has received outsized attention for the last few years, the company has not changed very much. But a recent acquisition spree signals a new courseNYT News ServiceFeb 26, 2021, 17:45
Opinion: Good girls, bad ghosts and goddesses
Bulbbul reworks ideas from several Bengali film classics to craft a superhuman response to women's depressingly human troublesFeb 28, 2021, 08:27
Monk who gave away Rs 1cr... 700-year-old superstition… It happens only in India!
“India is nothing if not surprising,” a Western traveller once said. TOI’s reporters spread across the country come across such surprises every day. From dozens of such stories published every day, we bring you a quirky selection every weekTIMESOFINDIA.COMFeb 26, 2021, 17:59
Is it time for neutral pitch curators for Tests?
The BCCI introduced neutral curators in domestic Ranji Trophy matches some years ago in order to curtail 'designer pitches'Feb 26, 2021, 22:41
Opinion: Brown girls in the ring
Indian faces in global public spaces only mean that the Indian consumer is calling the shotsFeb 26, 2021, 22:47
Face-off: Is pay-for-jab the best model for India?
Amid another Covid surge, the government has roped in private sector for vaccinations. A look at the pros & cons of this pay-for-jab modelTNNFeb 26, 2021, 22:24
Opinion: 'I watched my neighbour being beheaded'
Revisiting the horrors of the Delhi riots, one year laterFeb 27, 2021, 13:25
How world's largest graveyard of ships turned the tide
Over the course of the year, Alang in Gujarat profited from the Covid-19 pandemic. Here's how...TNNFeb 26, 2021, 08:29
Delhi riots: One year on...
It took great strength, but those who bore the brunt of the 2020 communal violence in North East Delhi, have come back to their broken homes. Their struggle for dignity, however, continuesTNNFeb 24, 2021, 21:00
Artificial Intelligence: Here, there, everywhere
Many of us already live with artificial intelligence now, but researchers say interactions with the technology will become increasingly personalisedNYT News ServiceFeb 24, 2021, 15:22
Why Australia wants Google, FB to pay for news
We take a look at why the Australian government thinks there is a strong case for making Big Tech pay for newsTNNFeb 24, 2021, 13:16
The world needs more vaccines but where are the monkeys?
Vaccine development depends on monkeys bred for medical research. A global shortage, thanks to high demand during the pandemic and a recent wildlife sales ban in China has underscored just how much the world needs themNYT News ServiceFeb 24, 2021, 18:18
Do India’s cows have special powers?
The government has postponed plans for a national student exam on cows that critics said used specious claims and substituted religion for scienceNYT News ServiceFeb 24, 2021, 15:17
Opinion: Heart problems? Hips don't lie
The waist-hip ratio, in both men and women, is not just an index of attractiveness but also a signal for a range of health issuesFeb 24, 2021, 19:10
The 'splinternet' is here
Facebook and Google exist in so many countries. Who should decide the rules in each one?NYT News ServiceFeb 24, 2021, 12:51
How high fuel prices are hurting ordinary folk
TOI speaks to people across the country whose monthly budgets have been hit hard by the rising fuel pricesTNNFeb 28, 2021, 10:57
For 700 years, this village hasn’t built a first floor
In the 21st century, residents in this village still believe that building a first floor is unlucky and what started off as a tradition has now become an unsaid ruleTNNFeb 22, 2021, 17:13
Maharashtra surge shows why we need to accelerate vaccination
Late January, India’s falling Covid cases intrigued the world. Headlines speculated on “the pandemic burning itself out” and “a return to normal life.” But the new wave in Maharashtra shows why it is dangerous to get complacentTNNFeb 23, 2021, 13:33
Opinion: Why India should stop being a nanny state and ban the ban
Alcohol, betting and now cryptocurrency – making something illegal only makes it go underground and flourishFeb 23, 2021, 21:13
How investigative journalism flourished in a hostile country
A new wave of news outlets has used conventional, and unconventional, methods to pierce the veil of Putin’s powerNYT News ServiceFeb 22, 2021, 18:13
How India’s dream to make petrol from coal died
For decades, different committees proposed this path to energy self-sufficiency, but governments disagreedTNNFeb 22, 2021, 15:27
What do you do when your child’s life is dependent on a Rs 16 crore drug?
An estimated 70 million Indians suffer from rare diseases which are life threatening or chronically debilitating conditions. Their cure is usually prohibitively expensive and there is little help from the governmentTNNFeb 22, 2021, 18:21
No country for young activists?
Few knew of Disha Ravi till her arrest hit the headlines but there are many others who are quietly risking life and limb to fight for their causeTNNFeb 21, 2021, 11:47
Why Islamophobia spreads faster on WhatsApp
A study of fear speech finds anti-Muslim messages shared faster, wider & remain active for longer say MIT, IIT researchers after going through 2 million messages in over 5,000 Indian WhatsApp groupsTNNFeb 19, 2021, 18:47