For Young Climate Activists In India, It’s Now or Never

For Young Climate Activists In India, It’s Now or Never

April 20, 2022 |
Author: Pratika Yashaswi, Independent Journalist
In Disha Ravi’s farmer grandparents’ household, filling up every bucket in the house with water is a practice, “just in case.” When she was living in the coastal town of Mangalore, India, the monsoons almost always guaranteed a flooded home.… Read more
Held Back Because of Their Color

Held Back Because of Their Color

April 15, 2022 |
Author: Wendy Kaur, Writer and Journalist
Human rights lawyer on special assignment by the United Nations talks about the systemic racism that visible minorities in Ukraine have experienced while trying to flee the country since the Russian invasion.  Since March 1, Toronto human rights refugee lawyer… Read more
Indian-origin writers: Making it big on the world literary stage

Indian-origin writers: Making it big on the world literary stage

December 30, 2021 | /
Author: Kavita Bajeli-Datt, Independent Journalist
Indian-origin writers have contributed immensely to the growth and richness of English literature. The 32-million strong Indian diaspora, one of the most prominent communities globally, has produced an acclaimed and diverse range of literary work that has bagged some of… Read more
The Rise of Indian Entrepreneurs in the UAE

The Rise of Indian Entrepreneurs in the UAE

December 16, 2021 | /
Author: Kavita Bajeli-Datt, Independent Journalist
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been a fertile land for Indian business leaders who have established global brands in the world's oil hub. One of the fastest-growing cities globally and the most populous in the UAE, Dubai attracts Indian… Read more