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The 1969 moon landing turned an achievement seen only in the imagination and sci-fi movies into a most improbable television event, a live broadcast starring Neil Armstrong and a desolate landscape.
Curated itineraries with National Geographic experts to offer incredible access to some of the world’s most exotic locations.
Once marred by historic events, this blue-collar village is a fantastic weekend getaway alternative to Kumarakom and Alappuzha
Planet or Plastic? National Geographic to launch international expeditions for new solutions to waste crisis
An international, all-female expedition team will study plastic pollution in one of the world’s most iconic waterways — the Ganges River.
While there has been considerable intrigue surrounding the male pharaohs of ancient Egypt, very little has been revealed about its queens.
PEP Photo Summit is set to take place in Hyderabad in the first week of May, 2019.
Oscar-winning documentary "Free Solo" will release in India on April 12.
Experience world photography with KIPF 2019 at 10 venues in the city
To hear the booming basslines and groovy percussions from Soupherb’s hot-off-the-press lineup, head to Casino Hotel this weekend!
British-born-Indian author, Sonal Sachdev Patel returns to India to discuss her book GITA-The Battle of The Worlds
When eleven-year-old Dev’s father dies, he can’t stop lashing out at those he loves. Until he meets Sanjay, a sprite-like being who claims the incredible: that there is a battle raging inside Dev’s ow
All set to appear on the small screen, as the host of National Geographic’s new show, Mega Icons, Madhavan gets candid about success, his equation with Kamal Haasan, and his idea of staying young.
Stone Lodges is an ‘only-by-invite’ project which is targeted mostly at people who have visited their resorts at Coorg, Kabini and Hampi.
The number of Indian Tigers are definitely on the rise, but we cannot afford to be complacent.
All these artists have been working backstage at the previous editions of KMB
Sudan, world's last male northern white rhino is dead. Will it lead to the extinction of the species itself? Scientists say there is hope.
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