Mushrooms can potentially save us... from ourselves.
Wildlife champions Poonam and Harshwardhan Dhanwatey are on a journey to protect the forests where the tiger makes its home.
A mechanical engineer from Tamil Nadu has invented an eco-friendly engine that runs on distilled water.
Bacteria are rebelling. They're turning the tide against antibiotics by outsmarting our wonder drugs...
Who's who of business, cinema, politics and sports gathered for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony held on May 30, 2019
Giving tips to newly-elected MPs of his party and coalition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday warned them against making controversial statements and giving 'sound bytes' to the TV media.
Is privacy the ultimate price for security?
India's political parties have made many big promises in this election season - and most of them have focused on the economy.
NASA says we are going to the Moon, to stay, by 2024. This is how it will be done. Narration by William Shatner.
India has been reaching for the stars since the 1970s. Today, the country has become a premier destination for other nations and companies to launch satellites cheaply.
Bobby Vallabhchandra owns a large swathe of land in Hampi and has turned it into a nature reserve, attempting to conserve a unique landscape in the face of growing industrialization.
Aneesa and Melinda are testing the boundaries of conservative Indian society by getting married in a lavish wedding.
Activist Shad Begum shares her determined struggle to improve the lives of women in her deeply religious and conservative community of northwest Pakistan.
In this interview with Rajeev Masand, Sanjay Dutt talks about turning 60 this year, and the wisdom he's acquired in his roller coaster life.
Embark on the journey from conception to planning and execution of this moving caravan of devotees with the kitchen team in action.
Salman Khan kick-started the Mechuka Adventure Festival along with Kiren Rijiju and Pema Khandu...
International Space Station Benefits for Humanity compiles the benefits of research on an orbiting microgravity laboratory
Step into the world of the ice men of Mumbai, a community of immigrants, who work around the clock to crush, shovel and haul ice to the fish market and boats heading out to sea.
AD Negi is a retired bureaucrat. He has voluntarily planted and nurtured 65 hectares (roughly 160 acres) of lush green forest in a cold desert area of Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh.
With a growing migration to cities, there is concern India might not be able to produce enough food to feed its people...
Project GreenHands (PGH) is a massive, public tree-planting movement that aims to increase the green cover of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu by ten percent...
These are humans liking Facebook content... for a fee, and it's not illegal to do so.
The enigmatic Kailasa Temple at the Ellora Caves in Maharashtra, India has fascinated researchers for centuries.
To counter the looming water crisis in India, The Art of Living has been reviving rivers and other water resources through its water conservation initiatives.
Manorama Mishra and Girija Devi are from two villages in northern India. Both lead lonely lives, but then their lives take a happy turn...
Hank Green of Crash Course takes us to India to talk Vedas, Maurya Empires, and some really good doctoring.
Beginning in the Sikh holy city, presenter Michael Portillo travels by train in the first part of this BBC series.
On Maha Shivaratri, Team Brahmastra launched 150 drones that illuminated the evening sky to reveal the film's logo.
The Tabla virtuoso, the prolific bassist and their international ensemble perform together in this musical exploration showing the influence of Indian music on jazz and rock of the 1960s.
Kerala, a state in Southern India, is known as a tropical paradise of waving palms and wide sandy beaches...
Hundreds of women's police stations have been set up across India to combat domestic abuse and sexual violence...
One of the greatest challenges facing India is the creation of new jobs for its rapidly expanding workforce.
What if we could capture pollution in the air around us and turn into something useful?
NDTV Consulting Editor, Barkha Dutt engages Sadhguru in a conversation about the vibrant scientific community in ancient India.
India has the second largest population of any country in the world -- yet it has only 50 decent bookstores...
Hidden between mountains and snaking through remote valleys, the Kumbhalgarh Wall in Rajasthan, India is relatively unknown, even to locals...
In the tiny Himalayan nation of Bhutan, happiness is designated by law.
In this 3-part series, journalists Adnan Sarwar and Babita Sharma travel along the northern part of the border which divides India and Pakistan.
“My hope is that if there are kids being bullied—and there are… Maybe by listening to this song and watching this video, they might just think it's not as bad… that it's the kind of thing you can just stand up to and laugh off and get through." ~ Paul McCartney
In Bangladesh, men desperate for work perform one of the world's most dangerous jobs.
Extravagant Bollywood weddings, luxury yachts, the finest delicacies and opulent homes. India's billionaires are cashed up and they're not afraid to flaunt it.
Only a fraction of India's 1.3 billion people have access to the Internet. Now Western tech companies are vying to change that...
When bankers refused to serve her neighbors in rural India, Chetna Gala Sinha decided instead to open a bank of her own...
See this interview at the Charlotte Asian Film Festival with Editor Anand Kamalakar about the Documentary, Holy (un)Holy River.
A documentary about a group of determined men and their journey to tackle one of Earth's most majestic natural wonders.