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A Madras miasma

Madras has at last made it to crime fiction written abroad. A whole story has been set in the Madras of the 1920s by Brian Stoddart, a New Zealand-born, Australian academic who has worked in India, China and Southeast Asia, in his first crime novel, ... The Hindu, 1 week ago

From Africa with love

FAMILY ROOTS Manirmini Naidoo with the villagers of Nellimanda. TOPICS Nellimanda village in Chittoor district rediscovered its connection with distant Natal in South Africa, largely because of efforts of Manirmini Naidoo. Nellimanda, a small ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Parties find virtue in abstinence

12:04 am With assembly elections due in Tamil Nadu, Bihar and Kerala, the policy of prohibition is again up for grabs. This is partly because of the perceived challenge of the Bharatiya Janata Party which is thought to look askance at whatever might ...
 The Freepress Journal1 day ago

In search of greener pastures

By: Sethumadhavan N A bevy of Southern actors are getting bitten by the production bug. While some take the plunge just to boost their finances, others do it to promote the kind of films they believe in. Whatever, the trend seems to be fast ...
 Bangalore Mirror6 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

A tool to mind your language

Moon Moon Sen and Ian Jack at a discussion on English hosted by British Council at The Bengal Club. Pictures by Arnab Mondal British Council launched Aptis for Teens, an online English language proficiency assessment tool for students aged 13 to ...
 Calcutta Telegraph6 days ago

Inspired enquiry

Navtej Johar, recently named as the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award-2014 recipient for Contemporary Dance, shares his views with Anjana Rajan One might consider the path chosen by Navtej Johar as one of contradictions. But a closer look reveals his ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

The entrepreneur boom

"India is being recast, remolded and redefined," says Hindol. There are two kinds of democratic activities - measured (as with periodic elections) and experienced (as in day-to-day business and political life). Entrepreneurs in India today are ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago

Chennai start firm favourites

After making pit stops in Noida and Mumbai, the Louis Philippe Cup returns to the Karnataka Golf Association with a major tweak, hoping to produce riveting action over the next three days. With some big guns of Indian golf forced to play for the lesser prizes ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Opening ancestral treasure trove

When one talks of Indianising education, one fundamentally argues for recovering that harvest of the past and for re-stating it authentically in the present context through a rejection of insular modernity It is the effects of a prolonged ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
Outlook India

The Unforgotten Elephants

THE TEARS OF THE RAJAS: MUTINY, MONEY & MARRIAGE IN INDIA, 1805-1905 BY FERDINAND MOUNT SIMON & SCHUSTER | PAGES: 773 | RS. 799 Ex-Etonian baronet and former Thatcher advisor, the author is a fully paid up member of Britain's Tory ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
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