Chhavi Sachdev is a reporter, producer, and editor who finds herself drawn always to stories of oddities, quirks, and the little man trying to make a big change. And chocolate.
When she's not working (and sometimes even when she is) you can find her plotting her next journey, baking, or making mix tapes for friends. She's a science nerd, animal slave, wine snob and action flick junkie. After living on three continents, she now resides in Mumbai, but her travel case is always packed.
Since its February release, the song “Pasoori,” which translates to “difficulty” or “conflict” in Punjabi, has racked up more than 250 million views on YouTube and on Instagram.
Mangeshkar, also known as the Queen of Melody, was cremated with full state honors in Mumbai on Sunday, a funeral attended by film and music luminaries as well as Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
This month, parents, teachers and kids in India were poised to reenter their classrooms full time. Omicron has pumped the brakes on that.
Ragini Kashyap hosts pop-up dinners around the world in an effort to showcase the underlying similarities between cultures that are separated by conflict.
Sawan Dutta has done music for television and stage shows, but the world knows her as Bengali Aunty.
A new bill seeks to limit surrogacy to altruistic surrogates only, killing a business that injects $400 billion into the Indian economy every year.
The Panama Papers revealed Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's offshore accounts. Mass protests demanded his ouster... and then the military took matters into their own hands.
He couldn't stand by while his beloved childhood landscape piled up with trash.
According to a Muslim custom that is rooted in tradition but not Islamic law, men have to say just three words to their wives if they want to dissolve their marriages.
Sex trafficking affects 16 million people in India at any given time. Often, a family member is responsible for their circumstances, but getting away is complicated.
Forget about cricket. Kabaddi is king in India.