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Eating Kimchi (And Humus and Chateubriand) in the Back Streets of New Delhi

A moody, inaccessible shack serving authentic Korean cuisine in the heart of Delhi and yet unknown. Read More »

New Dawn for Pakistan’s Least-Loved Citizens?

Pakistan can't ignore its Hindu legacy. Read More »

Photo Essay: Celebrating Easter in New Delhi

Even Easter Sunday could not bridge Delhi’s social divide. Read More »

Satire: Desi Brokeback Mountain is Out!

Celebrated writer Annie Proulx is ready with her first Hindi language fiction. Read More »

Satire: Pervez Musharraf – The 100 Percent Superstar

Mr. Musharraf’s passion for “percentage-analysis” makes him a unique statesman of our times. Read More »

Should Westerners Visit Pakistan?

The country has unleashed an ambitious "Destination Pakistan 2007" tourist campaign, but is the place safe? Read More »

Photo Report – Booming India’s Suicidal Farmers

As big cities blossom, rural India finds itself in the grip of deprivation and despair. Read More »

Exhibition Review: Scottish Artist Olivia Fraser at New Delhi’s Triveni Kala Sangam Gallery

Fraser paints an unrealistically happy India: Delhi in Lonely Planet-style exotica that only a westerner could have noticed. Read More »

Interview with Ardeshir Cowasjee – The Grand Old Man of Karachi

One of Pakistan’s most respected citizens spills it out – about his beloved city of Karachi. Read More »

Outrage and Unrest in Pakistan

The Pakistani president is in deep political waters after sacking the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Read More »