March 2007

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Australia goes into the 2007 Cricket World Cup with both the most titles (3), the most play offs (5) as well as the highest proportion

Generation Next

The new generation steps into the spotlight.

Will India Win The World Cup?

Might a dark horse steal the show this time?

Shane Warne Hold That Hat!

A great spinner? Certainly. A great bowler? Conceded. The greatest ever leg-spinner? Hmmmm. The greatest ever cricketer? No way.

Shabana Azmi

Fundamentalists' Lightning Rod

India in the Global Supply Chain

Can Domestic Demand and Technology Skills Help It Catch Up? Special to Little India

Bhutan's Search for Gross National Happiness

Bhutan is one country where the Indian passport puts you at an advantage.

When the Music Stopped

In the end, not even a combination of bhangra, rap and Bollywood could save MTV Desi. After its parent corporation, Viacom, axed Desi and other

FilmFlam

Clothes And Stuff "In art, man reveals himself and not his objects." Rabindranath Tagore    Yana Gupta: I have not strutted my stuff yet. If I start showing

Love And Loss On Two Continents

Can children ever truly understand what their immigrant parents have lost?

Bickering Choudhury

Compare the tiger and the buffalo, says controversial yoga guru Bikram Chowdhury, to assert that vegetarians die younger.

Make Love, Not War

Major metros all over India were draped in red and pink as youthful romantics exchanged kisses and Valentine's Day card defying threats of beatings at

Siona's Three Cultures, Colliding

She sits in a chariot, clad in jeans, crossing over what could be sea or sky: on one shore await her parents in India, on

Letters

Being mediocre and thrown out of academia 25 years ago, pushed into selling insurance, investments and real estate, I enjoyed  reading Lavina Melwani's article "Academic

Not Making History

The baton is preparing to pass to a new generation of Indian Americans born in the USA.

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