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On the baobab trail
The Hindu

On the baobab trail

Visit the Theosophical Society or the museum to spot this tall, imposing tree It is a befitting coincidence. The giant baobab tree towers in splendid isolation on a mound, in the compound of Olcott bungalow deep in the woods of the Theosophical Society, its ... The Hindu, 6 days ago

India's diverse culture is unique, says Italian contemporary artist

Drawing on the similarities between Indians and Italians, author Salman Rushdie wrote in an article on celebrated Italy-born artist Francesco Clemente, who shares his time between Varanasi and New York, that some Indians think that perhaps Italians ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Boomer Boom

Age ain't nothing but a number, as Aaliyah sings, but in India it is generating numbers with the speed of light. Last year when dairy and food technologist Arvind Nagpaul, 62, narrated his travel itinerary to his wife, she couldn't believe he wanted ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Reforming Classical Dance - Rukmini Devi Arundale

Socio-cultural reforms in India have challenged, in principle and practice, some age-old prejudices that had flourished unfettered in the garb of tradition. Reformers have performed the arduous task of inculcating momentous changes through free ...
 Friday Gurgaon1 week ago
The Gulf Today

India a fount of religious liberalism: Amish

DUBAI: India's best-selling author Amish, whose Shiva Trilogy a rich blend of religious symbolism, profound philosophies and crackling story-telling, flown off the shelves — hogged the limelight at the Emirates Festival of Literature on Friday. ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago

Madras was where idea of Congress was born

CHENNAI: Whether or not she's got Chennai in her sights, it's highly improbable that Sonia Gandhi will drop by Mylapore even if she does stop by the city. Would she be interested in scoping out the birthplace of the Indian National Congress? ...
 Times of India23 hours ago
The Hindu

Pedalling through the past

Ramanujar Maulana has always been fascinated by the past, so much so that history was his favourite subject in school. Books like Alex Haley's Roots drew him closer to the subject. In 2010, when he was bitten by the cycling bug he combined these two ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Inclusive growth through educational reforms: APSCHE Chairman

In tune with the changing scenario in an era of globalization, the formulation of major reform and its implementation alone will yield the fruits in higher education in the state of Andhra Pradesh, said Prof L Venugopal Reddy, Chairman of the Andhra ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago

Research study: British befriended Sindhi merchants, learnt Sindhi to control the region

Mathew A Cook, Michel Boivin analys­e cultur­al landsc­ape that built the Britis­h Empire. One of the first tasks undertaken by the British was the construction of the Sindh-Pishin Railway line (above). A busy street in Karachi where ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago

Sweeping away Congress votes

The AAP has emerged as a more appealing alternative than the Congress to many voters. The Bharatiya Janata Party, with its core ideology and backing of the RSS, has by and large remained immune to the AAP phenomenon It was way back in 1885 that ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago
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