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Travel: Top Reasons You Should Visit Bangalore, India This Summer


India's third-largest metropolis is a 'garden city' with lovely weather and plenty of downtown bustle. Read More »

Asia’s Path to Clean Energy


Asian nations are slowly but surely adopting renewable energy sources, but for at least the next couple of decades, there's simply no way for renewable energy initiatives to keep up with the booming population. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Embrace the Chaos’ by Bob Miglani


Subtitled "How India Taught Me to Stop Overthinking and Start Living," the book tells us how to hit our inner pause button. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Eclipse Series: Late Ray’ (Criterion Collection)

The Stranger (Criterion Collection)

The valedictory work of an elder statesman of cinema. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Oleander Girl’ by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

oleander girl

This is a completely satisfying story and illustrates both how alike and how different people are based upon the effects of their culture. Read More »

Travel: Top 10 Things to Do in Mumbai


From the Taj Mahal Hotel to the fisherman's market, and from Bollywood to Asia's largest slum, the city brims with diversity, commerce, and converging cultures. Read More »

India Bids Farewell to Sachin Tendulkar with 2-0 Series Win Over West Indies

Farewell Tendulkar

Millions of cricket fans not only in India but all around the world shed tears as they watch the cricketing legend for the last time on the field. Read More »

“1000 Ton Gold Hunt” Begins Today at Unnao, India.

Gold Hunt begins at Unnao Fort after a sage dreamed that 1000 Ton Gold is buried Beneath the earth. Read More »

Interview with Tarquin Hall, Author of ‘The Case of the Love Commandos’

Tarquin Hall

"Sometimes I just burst out laughing and can’t stop.As a writer I don’t think there’s anything more satisfying." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Behind the Beautiful Forevers’ by Katherine Boo

Behind the Beautiful Forevers

The true, devastating, profound, unforgettable story of life in a New Delhi slum. Read More »