Vandana Shiva


Vandana Shiva

The Food Spin Bill

The current debate on the Food Security Bill, due to become an act soon, is based on myths on both sides.

An Army officer points his weapon at the crowd as he helps an Islamist man leave Cairo’s Al-Fateh mosque

An Army officer points his weapon at the crowd as he helps an Islamist man leave Cairo’s Al-Fateh mosque where supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi were holed up on Saturday.

BJP, RSS top brass to discuss ’14 polls today

Top brass of the RSS is likely to hold consultations with senior BJP leaders, including party chief Rajnath Singh and saffron party’s campaign committee head and Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi,

New method ‘starves’ cancer cells to death

Scientists have discovered a new potential treatment for cancer which kills tumours by starving them and leaves the body’s healthy cells undamaged.

Task force: Most women victims knew culprits

The task force, which was set up to study crime against women in Assam, has stressed the need of a calibrated approach to check the growing crime against women as it has identified a disturbing trend

Saina survives first round scare in indonesia superseries

Defending champion Saina Nehwal survived a scare in her campaign opener as she struggled past Indonesia’s Lindaweni Fanetri in an energy-sapping three-game thriller at the Indonesian Super Series Prem

Blues to soothe your soul

Sahil Warsi fell in love with the double bass when he saw Tom serenading a beautiful female cat with Is You or Is You Aint My Baby in an old cartoon.

Tilling the soil with pesticides

The ministry of agriculture had organised a conference on Doubling Food Production from February 1-3.

Right to safety

The Delhi gangrape of December 2012 brought to the streets the deep and growing concern about growing violence against women and the demand for women’s safety. The movement is the voice of women reclaiming their right to safety and freedom, through resistance to all forms of patriarchal power and celebration of women’s peaceful power and energy.

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.