You may remember the story of how my young son, Nicholas, was killed. Many people do. My wife, Maggie, and I and our two children were on vacation, traveling at night on a divided
While drawing up the Indian Penal Code in the 19th century, the British incorporated in it a section to deal with sedition, on the lines of a provision in the English law of the time.
Last week I joined a discussion panel as part of the Centre for Life’s Science Speakeasy programme for adults. The topic of conversation for its inaugural speakeasy event was psychopathy
A new initiative to engage the Abu Dhabi community with solving social challenges has been launched on Wednesday by the Authority of Social Contribution, Ma’an.
Eating out is always fraught with difficulties. You might be on a diet. You might have a health concern where it is mandatory that you avoid certain types of foods such as sugars,
I bought a new pair of sunglasses last May. They’re sat in their little pouch in my bedside table and have never been worn. It’s not even like they were expensive. Whenever it’s sunny up here in Manchester, which let’s be honest, isn’t very often, I whip
We live in an age of discord and distrust, much of it fueled by the splintering of our media landscape and the sheer volume of circulating information — and misinformation. But there is also a deeper fracturing of what we used to think
The other day my friend in England sent me a lovely video of her taking a walk in a local park. I then sent her pictures of old Dubai that I thought she would like to see. The photos took ages to go and for a minute I thought it might have had
Li Meng is a devoted mother trying to support her two-year-old daughter, but in the eyes of Chinese society and the state, she is almost a second-class citizen. Millions of single mothers like her have it rough in a country where out-of-wedlock