Indian Veggies, Fruits Remain Highly Toxic

A study conducted by Delhi-based NGO Consumer-Voice reveals that the amount of pesticides used in eatables in India is as much as 750 times the European standards.

Tulsi Gabbard Message for Srila Prabhupada’s Journey to America


4,000 Year Old Vishnu Statue Discovered in Vietnam

A recent news report from Vietnam features an exquisite and very ancient sculpture of Lord Vishnu. According to a press release from the Communist...

Social responsibility

The steering wheel of humanity’s future is placed solely in the hands of politicians, development experts, technocrats, and corporate magnates, who are usually driven by personal ambition, misplaced pragmatism, and the tunnel vision of technical expertise.

Beef Exports Up 44% in 4 Years, India Is Top Seller

The Centre's Pink Revolution to promote meat production and export has led to a 44% increase in meat consumption and export in four years, but it has failed to regulate the industry.

University of Toronto launching Sanskrit studies

by Rajan Zed University of Toronto (U of T), “one of the world’s top research-intensive universities”, is launching three-level Sanskrit language learning courses from September...

Kirtan London Makes Ancient Chant Accessible and Relevant

On February 16th, two days after Valentine’s Day, between fifty and one-hundred-and-fifty Londoners will gather to celebrate the loving holiday in a unique way.

Riddle of ‘Baghdad’s batteries’

Arran Frood investigates what could have been the very first batteries and how these important archaeological and technological artefacts are now at risk from...