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Petite and pretty Amisha Patel is as unfilmi as they come. The grand daughter of famous lawyer Rajni Patel, Amisha aced her way through academics
Indians on a treadmill? You gotta be kidding!
The smart asses behind the weekly desi cartoon strip.
Review of Suburban Sahibs
Interview with S Mitra Kalita.
Indonesia leaves most Indians unscathed. Nobody wants to be an Indonesian, not even the Sindhis. The music slams into my chest as soon as I
Shujaat Khan on on his music, his turbulent relationship with his father, and that which is greater than music. He can trace his lineage all
The whole world is Nitin Sawhney's palette.
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One in 5 Americans speaks a language other than English at home. Three Indian languages rank among the top 20 foreign languages. America is surely
Tell us what the main difficulties in straddling two cultures are. Do you find this to be inherently harder for men or for women? Straddling even
Everything I know about emotional branding, I learnt from cricket.
Interview with David Iglehart.
South Asian comics are ready to conquer the world, Bush permitting.
Just how authentic an American are you?
India's comedy king Johnny Lever in an exclusive interview with Little India.
For all he has achieved or survived, says Anupam Kher, this is only the intermission of his life.
Is America finally ready for Bollywood?
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It's Showtime For Bombay Dreams.
Arrival of the Indian Chic.
On the trail of bumbling and stumbling wanderers.
The traditional and the modern can coexist in the psyche of one person.
Kiron Kher unplugged.
Indians are beginning to crop up in next generation designs.
IIT: India's Intellectual Treasures.
The U.S. Supreme Court smacks down the autocratic president.
This one is personal for director Ian Iqbal Rashid.
Jagjit Singh on the struggles, his music and what has made his style of ghazal gayaki so popular through the generations.
At 84, Manna Dey is fit as a fiddle.
Mira Nair takes a fresh look at Thackeray's Vanity Fair.
The hottest new thing on Indian grocery shelves is frozen
Anuradha Paudwal on her music and the shadows cast by Lata Mangeskhar in her life.
What's their in science to tell me that spirits don't exist, asks Bharati Mukherjee.
How is the story of America told? Through brick and mortar, through glass and steel, through the architectural footprints each successive generation leaves across the
The dhoti revival in Bollywood.
Sukanya and Ravi Shankar on their music, life and love.
Bollywood is gaining respect in the halls of academe.
Indian authors are entering the audio books market.
Anjum Anand offers secrets for light, healthy Indian food.
Mallika Sarabhai is turning into the feminist rabble rouser she often portrays
Why did Ashutosh Gowariker's much-anticipated Swades flop in India?
Ustad Imrat Khan sheds light on the Ravi-Shankar-Vilayat Khan rivalry and the family feud after his brother's death. He comes from a lineage traced to Mia
Q1 Jane Austen says, "It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of
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Padmini Kolhapure on life on and off the silver screen.