Indian Culture Bolsters Family Businesses: Author
Mitzi Perdue, author of How to Make Your Family Business Last, says Indian family businesses have an inherent cultural advantage.
California Upholds Hindu Groups’ Recommendations for Textbooks
Opposing groups slam the decision, saying the recommendations erase history of minorities.
I Like the Idea of Being South African, But I’m Indian, says Writer Imraan Coovadia
Cape Town-based writer Imraan Coovadia candidly discusses his works and the current disturbing state of affairs in South Africa.
Mamata Banerjee Revives Request to Acquire Tagore’s London House
Tagore lived at No. 3, Heath Villas at Hampstead, north London, for a few months in 1912 while he translated Gitanjali.
Our European Nanny Stopped Us From Learning Hindi: Mark Tully
From aspiring priest in Britain to acclaimed journalist-author in India, how Mark Tully found his destiny.
Creativity Crosses Physical Boundaries, Says Crime Fiction Writer Vish Dhamija
UK-based writer Vish Dhamija is going strong in the crime fiction genre, with six books to his name, and seventh on the way.
Angela Saini Shows Feminism And Science Need Not Be Strangers
London-based writer Angela Saini talks about her book, Inferior: What Science Got Wrong About Women.
Henri Cartier-Bresson’s India in Full Frame
A collection of pictures encapsulates the iconic photographer’s enduring fascination with India.
Beyond the Coolie Identity in the Caribbean
Indians have overcome racism, discrimination and exploitation to find their place in the Caribbean.
Masala Mix: Sri Rao Stirs Up Indian Passions with Bollywood Kitchen
New York-based scriptwriter Sri Rao brings together Indian food and Hindi films in his new book, Bollywood Kitchen.