Consumers love - and live on - their smartphones, tablets and laptops. However, there's a great deal of environmental and health costs involved after we "toss aside" old technology for the newest model at alarming rates.
Robotics engineer Radhika Nagpal demonstrates how we could model AI upon the collective intelligence found in nature.
Why do some people hate Friday the 13th day, while others love it?
What happens to a dream when it becomes reality? Watch a 9-day project of a fully scripted wedding in Udaipur.
Learn more about how you can remove and prevent malware on your computer.
See the 2nd music video from Golmaal Again, out on October 20.
As the neural nets of Artificial Intelligence pushes into science, researchers probe back.
Perfectionist actor Aamir Khan celebrates his first Garba in Vadodara, Gujarat & was spotted enjoying to the tunes on the occasion of Navratri
See Aamir Khan become the flamboyant Shakti Kumaar for the upcoming film, Secret Superstar, out on October 19.
A short film highlighting worldwide practices and the opportunities for India's cities.
Chetan Bhatt challenges us to think creatively about each other and our future instead of dwelling solely on our past.
See the new track from the upcoming film, Judwaa 2 scheduled to release on September 29.
There's more to what you believe than you think...
This short film explains the tradition of Kaihogyo, a pilgrimage lasting 1000 days performed by Tendai Buddhist Monks.
"There's a narrative coded in art like this," Artist Titus Kaphar says. "What happens when we shift our focus and confront unspoken truths?"
In India's crowded capital, the entire Yamuna River is siphoned off for human and industrial use. Unfortunately it's replenished with toxic chemicals and sewage which has caused no living organisms minus some resilient bacteria to survive.
Human enhancement may be here very soon. But how are Americans reacting to this?
Watch the employees of Borosil in Bharuch, Gujarat receive a special surprise for India's Independence Day.
One Doctor's love for Star Trek has made the replication of human tissue a reality.
Krishan Kumar Khanna returns to Pakistan for the first time since he was forced to flee during the Partition of 1947.
How both the planet and businesses can benefit from recycling.
The Apatani women of India's Ziro Valley were once famous for their facial tattoos and nose plugs, but this practice has declined.
Taking a trip to New York City? Here are some of the best spots to visit in Manhattan's Little India.
Anab Jain in this TED talk shows why it's important to fight for the world we want.
Delhi is thirsty, even parched. As the 3rd largest population center in the world, its 25 million people need water, and lots of it, to survive.
In some British communities, LGBT men and women are having traditional weddings to hide their sexuality.
Infosys president, Ravi Kumar announced on July 6, 2017 that the company would be building a technology hub in the Research Triangle.
Since Partition in 1947, tensions between India and Pakistan have been a constant. This film documents a daily joint military practice known as the 'lowering of the flags' that takes place at the checkpoint every evening before sunset in the village of Wagah.
Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, during his visit to Israel.
NDTV was recently raided by the CBI, which the network is calling a "witch-hunt" against Modi's BJP party.
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.
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.
PM Modi and Leaders of South Asia celebrate a successful launch of the GSAT-9 South Asia satellite.
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.
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?
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.
Homes made out of garbage? In the little town of Toas, New Mexico one man made this into a reality...
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.
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.
A chronicle of the construction and controversy of the multi-billion dollar venture to modernise the Panama Canal.
Arjun is walking from Cardiff, Wales to Cardiff, New South Wales, Australia.... that's over 10,000 miles, for Wateraid.