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Interview: Panni Somi, Acclaimed Contemporary Dance Artist from Hungary

According to Panni Somi, one should never try to be someone one is not at the cost of losing honesty, originality, and freedom. Read More »

Book Review: The Sandalwood Tree by Elle Newmark

A story of fate and betrayal, of love and forgiveness, 90 years apart. Read More »

Book Review: Pyre of Queens by David Hair

Well intentioned and well written, but creates a simplistic impression of a complex and sophisticated culture. Read More »

Interview: Ildikó Gulyás – An Indian Classical Dance Performer from Hungary

"Everyone should cultivate dance or music in some way, even if it is not easy or one meets great difficulties." Read More »

A Look at the Mixed Retail Brand Industry In India

Why are negative messages about Shoppers Stop filling up social media circles? Read More »

The Fisherfolk Festival in Mumbai

An event tourists must see. Read More »

What About the Cost of Nuclear Weapons?

Fewer billions spent on nuclear weapons are more billions put toward other sectors of our society. Read More »

‘Fasting Unto Death’ Against Corruption

India's Anna Hazare 'fasts unto death', protesting against corruption. Read More »

Book Review: The Saint by Oliver Broudy

A jaded journalist joins a spiritual eccentric in an apology tour-of-sorts to India, confronting Chinese agents, disgruntled descendants of Gandhi, and – awkward! - the Dalai Lama himself. Read More »

Cricket: The Unifying Religion of India

Cricket in India excites, entertains and most importantly unites the masses. Read More »