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AIF's Boston Gala Raises $800,000 to Empower India's Less Fortunate Youth
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Actress and Writer Madhur Jaffrey Will be Guest of Honor at AI...

BOSTON--The American India Foundation will celebrate another year of its philanthropic efforts with its annual Bow Ties and Bangles fundraising gala on Nov. 22 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston. Madhur Jaffrey, an Indian writer and actress who has been ... India New England, 3 weeks ago

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Madhur Jaffrey's Curry Controversy

TV chef Madhur Jaffrey has caused a stir by saying the curry dish is dying. It was at the Cheltenham Literature Festival where the famous Indian cook stated the curry was a craze. This revelation oddly came ahead of National Curry Week. ...
 Asian Today1 month ago MICHELIN : Jaffrey bites back at Kerridge  4 Traders1 month ago Madhur Jaffrey The doyenne of curry is back... but tikkas not  Big News Network1 month ago

Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Recipe

Preparing Mama Stamberg's cranberry relish. Avie Schneider/NPR hide caption i toggle caption Avie Schneider/NPR The Recipe's Origins As Susan Stamberg has noted, her mother-in-law got the recipe from a 1959 New York Times clipping of ...
 NPR8 hours ago
India New England

Community Gears for Five Major Events This Weekend in Greater Boston

WALTHAM, MA—Greater Boston's Indian community holding five major events this weekend—from American Indian Foundation's fundraising gala to Boston Bhangra to opening of grand opening of the community's first adult day care center. AMERICAN ...
 India New England1 week ago
Gibraltar Chronicle

Attendance soars as festival puts Gib on the literary map

Gibraltar again immersed itself in a weekend of literary activity and miscellany as the Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival raised the bar in its second edition and saw a rise in ticket sales of 63% with the number of attendances up ...
 Gibraltar Chronicle1 week ago Literary speaking in Gib  SUR1 month ago
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Why Aasif Mandvi learnt to 'patank'

'We would always come back from auditions and ask one other... did they ask you to patank?' says Indian-American actor Aasif Mandvi at the launch of his memoir, No Land's Man. 'My father moved our family to the United States because of a word.' Aasif Mandvi is reading from his memoir, No Land’s Man, at the launch of the book in New York, November 3. 'It was a word whose meaning fascinated him. It was a singularly American word, a fat word, a word that could only be spoken with ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Learning to cook South Indian food, with the help of some experts

By , Kate Patterson For The Washington Post It takes practice: Raghavan Srinivasa and Washington Post reporter Lavanya compare their efforts to make jangri, a fried Indian dessert. Srinivasa is a priest and cook at the Sri Bhaktha Anjaneya ...
 Washington Post3 weeks ago

At last, Im cooking with ghee

By , Kate Patterson For The Washington Post It takes practice: Raghavan Srinivasa and Washington Post reporter Lavanya compare their efforts to make jangri, a fried Indian dessert. Srinivasa is a priest and cook at the Sri Bhaktha Anjaneya ...
 Washington Post3 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Sadashiv Amrapurkar's five best roles as a cop (see pics)

New Delhi : Sadashiv Amrapurkar was known for his versatile acting, who could play a brutal villain and a loving father with equal conviction. Mostly remembered for his villainous roles in films like Sadak, Ishq and Aakhri Raasta he also did comedy and art ...
 IndiaTV News3 weeks ago
NDTV

What Trademarking the Birmingham Balti Could do for Britain

The Midlands' favourite curry is heading for legally recognised status, which the government reckons will create jobs and draw in tourists. Even if Madhur Jafffrey doesn't rate it at all. Never mind the Romans, what have the migrants ever done for ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago
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