Month: April 2021

Isha Thakkar’s Delicious Zucchini Sabudana Burger

And when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it” – The Alchemist A chartered accountant by profession, I spent the first three years of my career working for…
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The Variants that Make Up India’s Second Wave

Kit wearing frontline warriors sanitizing streets houses and parts of Srinagar city SEEMA clears some doubts about the different variants of the virus that has hit the country India’s second wave of…

Sweta Vikram on Ending the Culture of Silence

In April 2018, my novel “Louisiana Catch” came into the world. Very well-received, it told the tale of Ahana Chopra, a grieving daughter and abuse survivor from New Delhi who must summon…
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Divine Plates: High-end Restaurants Serve Temple Fare

Food served as prasad in temples may seem commonplace in India. However, across the country there is a whole new spectrum of cuisine that is as mind boggling as it is diverse.…

Krishna Soma

Krishna Soma Keeps Her Passion for Dance Alive

For Krishna Soma, dance has always been a deep passion in her life. Yet, with many paths to go down, Soma ended up graduating from college with a degree in biology and…

Shaswati Talukdar At the Edge of the Absurd

Shashwati Talukdar, already a reputed documentary filmmaker, is now getting noticed as a playwright. Now living in Taipei with her husband P Kerim Friedman, an anthropology professor at the University of Taipei,…

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Jeffrey Sparr’s “Red Carpet Thoughts”

The artist himself, Jeffrey Sparr Artist Jeffrey Sparr channels his creative juices into his thoughts on cinema's biggest night and its famous red carpet. My name is Jeff Sparr, and I am living…