On India's 68th Independence Day we celebrate the past, present and future of India.

India celebrates Independence Day: 68 significant events in the last 67 years

From a socialist state, India has moved towards becoming a free market capitalist economy while retaining some characters of welfare country.

Photos: 11 unseen vintage print advertisements that were published in the leading newspapers on 15 August 1947

These print ads from the pre-independence days were seen in the newspapers on 15 August 1947.

Curating from the Curated: An Independence Day (journalistic) prayer

The Oxford Dictionary meaning of 'Curating' or 'Curation' is: 'Select, organize, and present (online content, merchandise, information, etc), typically using professional or expert knowledge.' And 'Journalism', says the Cambridge Dictionary, 'is the work of collecting, writing, and publishing news stories and articles in newspapers and magazines or broadcasting them on the radio and television.' Boring definitions - kill the soaring

Why do we need an Independence Day cocktail? 8 ridiculous ideas we really don't need to celebrate India's freedom

Do we really need a Sherlyn Chopra photoshoot to mark our Independence Day?

PM Narendra Modi's Independence Day speech

Photos: 10 unseen vintage photos that capture the mood from the formation of India's constitution to the partition of 1947

These vintage photos capture how the constitution of India was planned and how families moved across borders.

Live blog from 1947

As the Independence for 'British India' draws nearer, the French India Student's Congress have called for a protest today, to call on France to quit India.

Google doodles independent India's first stamp on August 15

Independent India's first stamp was for three and one-half annas and was issued on November 21, 1947.

National anthem of India: a brief on 'Jana Gana Mana'

'Jana Gana Mana' is the national anthem of India. Originally written in Bengali, it is the first of five stanzas of a poem written and later set to notations by Rabindranath Tagore.