Allopathy is a magical world, no doubt. It seems as though there is “a pill for every ill”. However, it is often argued that Allopathic medicines usually focuses on treating the symptoms, but often not the cause. Moreover, these chemically synthesized medicines usually come with a range of harmful side effects. Hence, it needs no …

A good story captures your attention immediately, holds you close during the midst of it all, and finishes with thrill, wonder, and closure. Today, many believe that storytelling is an art that is quickly losing its charm. There has been lots of debate and discussion about whether it is a lost cause entirely. Aman Kaleem …

For many years, India has been a country with very strict regulations surrounding drones. Even though things have been looking positive after the government put the Civil Aviation Regulations 1.0 for drone operations in 2018, the progress in this domain has been considerably slow. However, the slowness in the industry has not hampered two young …

2020 is off to a running start and we seem to be barrelling towards a revolutionary period for health and disease control technology. Gene-editing tools to treat advanced cancer, DNA testing for grocery shopping recommendations, and virtual reality for pain management are a few among the disruptive innovations that we’re witnessing. Even though science and …

San Francisco based ‘United Religions Initiative’ is building the world’s largest interfaith peace network to combat religious hate and misinformation. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in San Francisco, the United Religions Initiative is a global interfaith network that promotes peace and justice by engaging people at the grassroots level. While the prospect of establishing harmony …

Ajit Sivaram and Satish Manchikanti were two men living the average corporate life in Bangalore.  But there Sundays were different. The duo with their friends would visit an institute for specially-abled children.  They would play games, clean the compound and spend time with them. This small and seemingly insignificant habit took a form into U&I …