The Indian freedom movement bred tales of incredible bravery but few are as incredible as that of Rajamani. She was a teenage Indian spy in Burma, whose dramatic story, which includes living in a tree to save her life, will keep you on the edge of your seat.
In the 1930s, a murder shook the city of Calcutta for the terrifying biological weapon used to commit the crime. Find out how the death of a local ‘prince’ turned into a medical mystery and then a heinous crime – all because the mastermind forgot one little detail
Colaba, the southernmost tip of Mumbai, is today a bustling locality and the city’s most iconic neighbourhood. But barely 200 years ago, it was a rocky, jackal-infested island, separated from the rest of the great metropolis by a temperamental creek.
The Sri Harmandir Sahib, better known as Golden Temple today, is the spiritual centre of the Sikhs, so to damage it is to strike at the very core of the community. Revisit the darkest chapter of the Golden Temple and how it rose again, despite the most vengeful designs of the Afghans
As a teenager, she helped set up a school. She spent the rest of her life as a lawyer and an activist, demanding more for women who couldn’t represent themselves. She also served in the Constituent Assembly and even had Jawaharlal Nehru as one of the witnesses at her wedding. Catch Durgabai Deshmukh’s remarkable story
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