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  • Cinema: Scripts over Stars

    Cinema: Scripts over Stars January 2020 - BOLLYWOOD: THE UNUSUAL PAST DECADE. Superstars increasingly took a backseat as strong stories with strong women's roles kept film fans hooked, and small-town India came into the picture.

  • Opinion: Now Modi government has proved that it not only talks like Pakistan, it thinks and acts like it

    Opinion: Now Modi government has proved that it not only talks like Pakistan, it thinks and acts like it January 2020 - IS INDIA BECOMING A HINDU RASHTRA? The Citizenship Amendment Bill, which set off protests across the nation, is an attack on our Constitution and on the very idea of India.

  • Cuisine: A Pinch of GOLD

    Cuisine: A Pinch of GOLD January 2020 - For most Americans, turmeric is a new fad; for Indians, it is an age-old spice that is woven into the fabric of life, far beyond its ubiquitous place in the kitchen.

  • Recipes: Two Dishes from Dishoom

    Recipes: Two Dishes from Dishoom January 2020 - DISHOOM’S CUISINE: Two recipes—Prawn Moilee and Pineapple Crumble—from a book brought out by a U.K.-based restaurant chain, Dishoom, that pays homage to the Irani cafés and the food of Bombay.

  • Travel: A SOLO TRAVELER’S DAY IN BERLIN

    Travel: A SOLO TRAVELER’S DAY IN BERLIN January 2020 - TRAVEL: ALONE IN BERLIN. A former Lufthansa flight attendant takes us on a fascinating trip to a city that’s rich in history and culture. Berlin (Germany) is not Bhatinda (India), she found!

  • IndiaScope: New Challenges in the New Decade

    IndiaScope: New Challenges in the New Decade January 2020 - How did India fare in the first two decades of the 21st century? And what are its prospects
    for the near future? A State of the Nation report, as we leave the ’10s behind and usher
    in the ’20s.

  • Books: Making Sense of a Senseless Society

    Books: Making Sense of a Senseless Society December 2019 - Just as Tulsidas’ Hindi made Valmiki’s Sanskrit accessible to fans of the Ramayana, Salman Rushdie’s pop-infused latest novel, Quichotte, pays homage to Don Quixote, the Spanish classic.

  • Youth: How Writing Cured My Anxiety

    Youth: How Writing Cured My Anxiety December 2019 - Many immigrant children experience racial discrimination and stereotyping. An aspiring young writer describes how she used her skill to fight social anxiety and discover her calling in life.

  • Nostalgia: Warm Memories of Cold Winters in Nagpur

    Nostalgia: Warm Memories of Cold Winters in Nagpur December 2019 - WINTER HOLIDAYS: A TRIP BACK IN TIME. The sounds, smells, sights, and flavors of India come alive in these vivid recollections of some quality cousin-time and slices of life in a Nagpur home.

  • Recipes: A Heartwarming Holiday Bread and an Earthy, Bittersweet Tisane Tea

    Recipes: A Heartwarming Holiday Bread and an Earthy, Bittersweet Tisane Tea December 2019 - If you enjoy eating cake while sipping hot chai, this raisin bread and tisane will brighten your cold evenings. Atlanta-based culinary writer NANDITA GODBOLE offers two gems from her wide repertoire.

 

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