Cover Story

  • Rousseau: A Citizen of Geneva and a Truest Cosmopolitan

  • Does Diversity of India Require Structural Changes to Manage Ethnic and Religious Tussles?

  • The Story of the Coconut

  • The Summer of Freedom and the Sunshine of Human Rights

  • Religion in Public Sphere: Can we Apply Rawls and Habermas Perspectives in the Indian Context?

  • Dogfight in a Typhoon on Delta 169, Atop Mediterranean, her Dream Sortie in a Red-Flag Eurofighter

  • Is Undeclared War Worse than a Declared One!

  • Is the Indian Democracy Declining?

  • Kannur: Where Beauty and Death go Hand in Hand

  • Madhuri Dixit: The Prima Donna of Indian Cinema

The Emergence of Plastic Surgery from the Renaissance to the Present Day – II

In the second part, Shameena tells us about the brief rise of plastic surgery during the Renaissance. The two World Wars led to the innovations, making plastic and cosmetic surgery safer and easier. The Renaissance: A Brief Rise in Plastic Surgery Translations of Galen re-entered Western culture during the late Middle Ages as Crusaders encountered […]


There are no Shortcuts to Success

Bangalore-based Preeyan, an HR professional, tells us what it takes to succeed. Read more to know the elusive mantra, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. In the world we live in today, success has become very subjective. “Those who already have, seem to be getting more and those who don’t have, seem to […]


One Bowl Double Chocolate Banana Muffin

Sonali shares a quick and easy recipe with over ripe bananas that were to be tossed away. The one bowl double chocolate banana muffin is yummy. Here is how to make it yourself, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. These one bowl chocolate banana muffins are perfect for breakfast or as a snack […]


Bad to the Bone: How to Effectively Manage Osteoporosis – II

In the second part on Osteoporosis, Rita tells us the precautions, care and effective management of the disease, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. Treatment Although you can’t completely reverse osteoporosis, there are ways to manage it. Once you know you have osteoporosis, you have many options for treating the condition and strengthening […]


Air Travel Becoming Awesome: Hats Off to Technologies!

Farheen tells us how technology is making air travel much easier these days. Read more in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. Air travel is one of the most convenient and preferred modes of travelling. But, when the travellers think about air travel, considering a lot of factors, they get jittery and stressful. When […]


…And the World Heard the Sisak of the Actors Jatin and Dhruv

Our columnist Mahima brings you the candid and bold interview of the two actors Jitin Gulati and Dhruv Singhal, as the second and final part of the two-part interviews with the director and the actors of the silent LGBTQ film, Sisak. The film bagged seven international awards. Read more in the weekly column, exclusively in […]


Tales from Srimad Bhagavatam: Naming the Children – XXXV

Nilanjana retells the story of the naming of two boys by Maharishi Garga, at Gokul, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Yashoda was busy feeding her baby when she noticed that the baby must have had his fill and was looking sleepy. She put him in his bed as he started yawning. As […]


No Monkey Business: So What if Humans Share 98.6% of Genetic Materials with Chimpanzees!

If chimpanzees and humans share 98.6 percent of their genetic material, then doesn’t it follow that there ought to be an extraordinarily high degree of mental similarity as well? In fact, the more we compare humans and chimpanzees, the more the differences are becoming apparent. Even geneticists are starting to catch up with the reality […]


With a Pinch of Salt: Pickles are in the Indian Cuisines for Four Thousand Years

Pickles are an almost essential part of a complete meal in the sub-continent. Cucumbers that are native to India were first pickled in the Tigris valley in BE 2030. These grew in the foothills of the Himalayas. Indians were eating pickles 4000 years ago. Lily tells us about the antiquity of pickles, its history, and […]


Save the Women…

A woman-centric poem where a hapless rape victim becomes a saviour of the weak and the feeble, by Sarala, in Different Truths. Far away in that distant valley A feeble cry of a young girl heard The beautiful valley has witnessed A lovely petite looking girl being raped By an uncouth merciless gang No one […]