On the project's golden anniversary, the same dilemmas that Yusuf, then known as Cat Stevens, pondered over in 1970 seem more relevant than ever.
To continue to sustain or grow populations – and economies – more is going to have to be done with the same amount of water, or even less.
How a series of spoof newspaper reports from America became the cradle of science fiction.
On finally completing 'Heart of Darkness' while sitting by one of India's most polluted rivers.
The film about old toys and new turns 25 this year. Heralded as the first computer animated film, a re-examination indicates it was cautiously innovative rather than a complete break …
A museum at Hundarman village near Kargil stores memories of those who lost their loved ones during the 1971 India-Pakistan war.
Young Nigerians are protesting bad governance and police brutality. Where is the music to assist them?