When most people hear the term 'Alternative Medicine' they tend to think that it is used to describe something that offers a tested, tried alternative to mainstream systems of medicine
Archive - August 2010
This is Part - III of Dr. Kamath’s series on Heretics, Rebels and Revolutionaries, in the history of India.
Episode 5 of the Nirmukta Radio Podcast features conversations with Prof. Narendra Nayak (the president of the Federation if Indian Rationalist Associations), Rakshi Rath (a co-editor at Nirmukta) and Hemant Mehta (author of I...
In this News 24 program, Professor of Biochemistry and President of the Federation of Indian Rationalist Associations, Narendra Nayak debunks "miracles" of "Godmen/women" with live demonstrations and scientific explanations.
We are happy to inform you that the 8th World Atheist Conference will be held at Periyar Educational Institutions at Tiruchirapalli city (also known as TRICHY during the British time) in Tamilnad, India on JANUARY 7, 8 and 9...
Around 600 B. C., when numerous heretical philosophies were budding in the turbulent post-Vedic period of India, someone by the name of Brihaspati wrote a classic atheistic philosophical treatise known as Barhaspatya Sutras.