Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Indian Community Event in Washington DC on June 25, 2017.
NDTV was recently raided by the CBI, which the network is calling a "witch-hunt" against Modi's BJP party.
National Geographic Megastructures focuses on the Adani Group and their 2500 acres of solar panels.
Lydia Goehr explains how understanding music's functions gives insights into its power without diminishing its beauty.
A unique look at a wind turbine from the inside out.
Illness is universal — but access to care is not. Dr. Raj Panjabi has a bold vision to bring health care to everyone, everywhere.
National Geographic looks at The Ganges and its ties between being Holy to the Hindus and its growing pollution problems.
See this interview at the Charlotte Asian Film Festival with Editor Anand Kamalakar about the Documentary, Holy (un)Holy River.
How one village puts so much work into creating 100% pure coconut oil.
Indian musician Taru Dalmia is using his reggae sounds in political activism, which has come about during a wave of protests at schools in India.
Why can't we seem to get enough of Humanity's unavoidable collapse and its bleak aftermath?
Siddhartha Roy is an environmental engineer who helped discover the Flint, MI water crisis. Here he speaks about using Science for the common good.
Shah Rukh Khan offers his wisdom in this TED Talk about living most of his life in the public eye.
Based on the real-life courtship between Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, this comedy tackles illness, love, and culture differences between Muslim tradition and American ideals.
PM Modi and Leaders of South Asia celebrate a successful launch of the GSAT-9 South Asia satellite.
The US alone produces some two billion pounds of Styrofoam. Frustrated by this, a young man and his teammates developed a way to deal with it.
This short documentary shows an experimental town in central Arizona called Arcosanti where architecture & ecology work together.
Gyalmu's House is a short documentary that traces the perseverance of one survivor, Nima Gyalmu Lama, as she struggles to come to terms with her tragic new reality a year later.
From Thar Desert region comes unique caste of musicians, Langas, whose main profession was to sing and dance for their patrons... including Rajasthani folk musician Bachu Khan.
A documentary about a group of determined men and their journey to tackle one of Earth's most majestic natural wonders.
Coral is on the brink of extinction, so scientists are using technology to try and save them.
What will your obituary say about you? Lux Narayan tells us how just a few words can mean so much...
India offers one of the most unique surfing spots on the planet. Here's just a few surfers enjoying both the waves and the culture at one of many Indian beaches.
Most of us love chocolate, but do you know where it truly came from?
Behind the scenes in New Delhi, with David Letterman and energy expert Arunabha Ghosh.
Deepika Kurup has been determined to solve the global water crisis since she was 14 years old. See why and how she did it.
Megh Ale, known as the "River Man" in Nepal, warns about building dams along the Karnali river for hydropower.
Where do your thrown-away clothes go to? They journey east, of course and are turned into new garments...
'Space Junk' (old satellites, rocket fragments, etc) has become an unavoidable part of space exploration. But the more junk that's out there, the more problems it could potentially cause...
Homes made out of garbage? In the little town of Toas, New Mexico one man made this into a reality...
Watch a batch of strawberries on their trip from the farm to the fridge as grocery chains work to regulate "Sell-by" Dates on products.
140 million people have been displaced from their homes because of natural disasters linked to climate change. What should be done about it?
With Virtual Reality still relatively new to our culture, how should we handle it in terms of our perceptions of real vs not?
A vintage short film which explores the North Indian Hindustani and South Indian Carnatic styles of Indian classical music.
Over the past few years in Israel, the country's water shortage has become a surplus. But how did they accomplish it?
Why are there so few Sikh soldiers in the US Army? Learn about one decorated Captain's fight to wear his turban & beard while on active duty.
Unlock the mysteries and inner workings of the world... with mathematics!
In a bid to escape poverty and caste discrimination, some Hindu Dalits are converting to Islam and other faiths.
After pedaling for hours, NPR discovers there's a difference between the power you use and the power your body can generate.
"Kids for Tigers": India's youth has come together to help save this indigenous big cat and its habitat from extinction.
Manwar Ali, a former radical jihadist offers a powerful, direct appeal to anyone who has thought about violent acts or that these acts are noble and virtuous.
Investigating what's fueling the spike in food-related allergies and whether science can cook up a cure.
Despite what films or other tales may have told us, Roman gladiators ate beans and barley.
Ride-hailing companies are competing not just with cab companies but also with the car industry as a whole.
The largest deal in the history of the semiconductor industry has been made. Semiconductors have a big impact on society and our daily lives, and US-based Qualcomm is buying up NXP.
Science fiction in its many forms tends toward a human-inflected conception of non-human life out in the Universe.
In 2015, Wasfia Nazreen became the the first Bangladeshi to summit the highest peak on each of the seven continents. She now shares her passion for mountain climbing and efforts to empower women in Bangladesh and around the world...
Muslim schoolgirl, Fareeha dreams of becoming a martial arts champion, but her mother decides otherwise...
A chronicle of the construction and controversy of the multi-billion dollar venture to modernise the Panama Canal.
Hari Kondabolu discusses the need for TSA Reparations for those racially profiled by airport security.
Arjun is walking from Cardiff, Wales to Cardiff, New South Wales, Australia.... that's over 10,000 miles, for Wateraid.