New Zealand Cops Celebrate Diwali in Style
Featuring perfect choreography, bright smiles, and two Bollywood hits, this video of officers from Wellington’s Police Academy is going viral.
Love Jihad: From Conspiracy Theory To Legislation
The Madhya Pradesh government wants a stringent law against a practice that many people aren't sure even exists.
Two Survivors Of Sex Abuse Speak Out
Two survivors of child sexual abuse just met after baring their stories to the world. Here's how Lokesh and Sahithi discuss trauma.
Shiv Sena Upstart Vs. Karachi Sweets
This is what happened when Shiv Sena's Nitin Nandgaonkar asked Karachi Sweets to change its name.
Amnesty International’s Appeal To India’s PM
“Dear PM, please ensure that those who do human rights work do not face a crackdown.” That’s the message from Yamini Mishra, Amnesty International's South Asia regional director. The organisation shut its India operations in September soon after the Enforcement Directorate froze its accounts.
Sushmita Sen: The Woman Who Never Tried To Fit In
Teenage model, actor, mother and social media star. An actor who lives her life unapologetically. Today, she turns 45.
Sarojini Naidu Greeting Americans In 1928
Upon reaching the US in 1928, this is how the great Sarojini Naidu introduced herself.
The Temple With Offerings Worth Millions
Jewels, bundles of cash, even precious heirlooms, devotees of Ratlam's Mahalakshmi Temple seek the blessings of the Goddess of Fortune in return for the many riches they offer her.
Meet The Non-Muslim Who Topped An Islamic Studies Entrance Exam
“I'm not going to study and, you know, cram up the Quran or, like, Sharia.” Shubham Yadav shares with Brut all that comes with topping an unconventional exam.
Soumitra Chatterjee: The Cerebral Star
Best remembered for his roles in Satyajit Ray’s iconic films, he was also a poet and a prolific writer. He passed away of complications due to Covid earlier this month. This is his story.