November 2005

Fashion Tango

East and West merge in the embrace of style.

The Chapati Chronicles

A paen to those who make them and those who eat them.

Indians Roar In The Lion City

A new breed of professional Indian expatriates are radically transforming the Indian disapora in Singapore.

Real Salute

Kiran Bedi on her path breaking life and the reform of Tihar jail.

Hop Step And Educate

A recent report discloses that the number of people with undergraduate and doctoral degrees rose fivefold in China during the last decade. The New York

Mind Your Language - Signs Of The Time

In an office building:TOILET OUT OF ORDER. PLEASE USE FLOOR BELOWIn a Laundromat:AUTOMATIC WASHING MACHINES: PLEASE REMOVE ALL YOUR CLOTHES WHEN THE LIGHT GOES OUT In

The Taj Through Rose Tinted Glasses

Did you think the Taj Mahal was in Agra, India? Well, yes. But the Pink Taj Mahal is only in America! This is New York

Journey's: The Two Punjabs Connect In America

The gigantic neon sign hits you like a ton of bricks as you drive down 21st Street in Astoria, a Queens neighborhood that was solidly

Big Bucks For Big Ideas

Want to make a quick $100,000? All you need to do is write 175 words - that's $571 and 43 cents a word! Yes, even

Music: Indian Ocean Laps At American Shores

The Indian Ocean is finally lapping at America's shores. If you're more into geography than music that might have you wondering. Well, Indian Ocean is

Books: A World Of Broken Mirrors Or Tito's Gift

"How much the broken mirror wished that it could be like those free dust particles and go anywhere with the wild wind. How much it

Celebrations

Wher's the Party, Yaar?

By Bullock Cart, Phut-Phut and Boat

If you thought school meant sedate brick buildings and yellow school buses, wander through *Going to School in India* and you will get a new

Dancing Her Convictions

Imagine a bird entombed inside a cemented ceiling, unable to escape, unable to fly free. Now imagine this metaphor for women's rights translated into dance

A Traveler By Religion

One is tempted to ask Preety Sengupta if she has a mole under her left foot, a sure sign in folklore that the person will

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