IT'S ALL ABOUT THE DESI WORLD

  • D.C.’s MARCH MELA AN INDIAN CELEBRATION

    D.C.’s MARCH MELA AN INDIAN CELEBRATION March 2011 - Connoisseurs of classical dance can attend one or all of these programs: Samanvaya, Sarpagati, Sakthi Sakthimaan and Swayambhu.

  • 2011: YEAR OF INDIA IN CANADA

    2011: YEAR OF INDIA IN CANADA March 2011 - There are Indians who find the Bollywood label demeaning. Well, here is a tag that’s bound to incense them even more: Boscars.

  • TWO REIMAGININGS OF THE MAHABHARATA

    TWO REIMAGININGS OF THE MAHABHARATA March 2011 - Toying with India’s epics is not for the timid. Enter Sandeep Sood, a comic book artist who is hardly cowardly.

  • Two 2011 Diaspora Awards for Indian Americans

    Two 2011 Diaspora Awards for Indian Americans February 2011 - At the Diaspora Conclave (Pravasi Bharatiya Divas) in Delhi last month, a baroness and a governor general were among the 15 recipients of the 2011 awards.

  • Dancing Her Way into the Record Books

    Dancing Her Way into the Record Books February 2011 - Kalamandalam Hemalatha, an exponent of Mohiniyattam, danced continuously for 123 hours and 15 minutes last year in Thrissur, Kerala, to earn a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.

  • Made in India at Macon Film Festival

    Made in India at Macon Film Festival February 2011 - Renting a womb in India is not hard. The proper name for it is Reproductive Tourism.

  • BOOMING CORRUPTION IN RISING INDIA

    BOOMING CORRUPTION IN RISING INDIA January 2011 - Corruption in India is not new, of course. Since 1948, reportedly, $462 billion has disappeared in illicit financial flow. And for many Indians, it’s no surprise that the problem is getting worse.

  • ROAD RECIPES FOR ROCKERS

    ROAD RECIPES FOR ROCKERS January 2011 - Bhatt recently came out with a cookbook titled Rock Star Recipes. As a musician constantly on the road, it wasn’t easy for him to eat and stay healthy.

  • AZIM PREMJI: NO. 3 IS NOW NO. 1

    AZIM PREMJI: NO. 3 IS NOW NO. 1 January 2011 - Azim Premji, Wipro’s chairman, who is taking Indian philanthropy to a whole new level. He is donating close to $2 billion to fund education projects for the poor.

  • TO WATCH—OR NOT TO WATCH—THE GUPTAS

    TO WATCH—OR NOT TO WATCH—THE GUPTAS January 2011 -

 

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