India

Indian cotton farmers maneuver between fair trade, Monsanto and debt in search of better life

Ever think about the cotton in your products? This is a must-read article about the big ethical issues faced by farmers.

The forgotten workers of Little Rann

A close-up look at the young men who work in appalling conditions to supply India with salt.

Hundreds march against sexual violence in New Delhi's "SlutWalk"

Protesters ditch the provocative clothes, make point that they get attacked even in ordinary attire.

Eyes healed by Ayurvedic treatment

Ayurvedic eye treatment helped Ashok Puri improve his eyesight after Western doctors declared his condition 'untreatable.'

Vancouver International Film Festival Picks for Day 1& 2

Volkmar Richter’s best bets for Thurs and Friday at VIFF include a Mordecai Richler tale, a riot that produced gay pride, a sexy ballet and some good old gospel music. (Read more)

Eat Pray Love, Scott Pilgrim vs The World, Animal Kingdom and Still Walking

Julia Roberts cycles off to find food, spirituality and romance in Eat Pray Love. Does she match the beloved book? (Read more)

Why we must fight tooth and nail for our right to connect with others

The UAE's coming ban on interacting via Blackberry is a sobering reminder of why we cannot lose sight of the global society that technology has helped us to build.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with other world leaders

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke today with the leaders of Indonesia, India, Germany and Italy to discuss the upcoming G-8 and G-20 Summits.

Notes from hot Asia

Asia's hot and it's not just the economy that's cooking.

Child prostitution in Mumbai is the focus of BAS! Beyond the Red Light, winner of Colin Low Award at DOXA

BAS! Beyond the Red Light is the provocative and beautiful story of 13 girls rescued from the world's largest red light district in Mumbai, India.