The faithful must fast but work too must go on, as the scene at New Delhi's Nizamuddin railway station shows Mayank Austen Soofi Tweet Tweet Subscribe to: Daily Newsletter Breaking News Latest News 09:25 PM IST 09:05 PM IST 08:29 PM ... Livemint.com, 1 week ago
Indian travel writers are a rare breed. We don't have a Paul Theroux or Pico Iyer among us, though we like to claim British-born Iyer as one of our own. The problem is the Indian traveller. Our idea of fun in London is a visit to Marks and Spencer's ...Outlook India, 2 months ago
Aseem Chhabra mourns the passing of the gentle and knowledgeable Mr K D Singh, who owned a quaint bookshop in New Delhi. It was always quiet and warm in there. The narrow aisles made it difficult for more than two people to stand side-by-side while they browsed. The mooda stools gave one the feeling of a Delhi Punjabi household. This was The Book Shop -- the cozy little bookstore in Delhi's posh Jorbagh neighbourhood. And it was run by a sweet warm Sikh gentleman, K D Singh, who always sat at ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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