March 2013

A Passage to Jackson Heights

There’s a whole other side to New York that you likely won’t find in guidebooks.

The Orwellian School of Wharton

We wonder why these three astute advocates of democracy and their supporters feel so intellectually unequipped to engage Modi, who recently was reelected in a landslide, in an open public debate on these questions at a forum on their own territory.

Writers Without Borders

This year, the Kumbh Mela of literary gatherings seemed to have morphed into an universe of literary outpourings spawning galaxies of thoughts and clusters of ideas around the academic magnets.

Come All Ye Faithful

Dreams of moksha lure hundreds of thousands to Gangasagar every year.

Family Physicians Make a Comback in India

The primary health care sector in India is around $39 billion in size but is highly fragmented.

Carmakers Turn to Expats to Steer Their Business in India

India will exceed every major European market like Germany, France and the U.K. in automotive sales and become the fourth-largest auto market by volume in the world.

Being a Successful Poet is an Exercise in Obscurity

To some extent. Bombay is a mistress to many a lonely soul, its opiate histories and drunken peripheries have a natural intoxication.

Cartography is all About Imagination

My experience of Pakistan being firsthand gave me confidence to carry on and take any allegation of inferiority head on.

A Kumbh of Literature

Religion is a continuous process and Kumbh is no exception.

I Spy March 2013

The Hare Krishnas performing at Union Square, New York.

Go Figure March 2013

Are you ready to start cracking the next Go Figure mystery? Deadline April 15, 2013     Enter Go Figure Contest     The winner of the January mystery is Anil Kalia,

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