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THE NRI WHO IS CHANGING THE LIVES OF GIRLS IN MUMBAI

AYESHA L. SETHI

NEW DELHI: Sonal Sachdev Patel is a dynamic young woman with an energy and enthusiasm for social change in India that is palpable when speaking to her. Sachdev has a business background, having graduated from Cambridge University ..

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THE POLITICS OF VALENTINE'S DAY

AKSHAT TYAGI

There is a brand of politics executed by rightist forces on every Valentine's Day. We have seen it in ‘Matr-Pitru Diwas’ hoardings, moral policing and passionate appeals by the RSS-affiliated cultural organisations. Through th ..

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THE BEAUTY OF KASHMIR, NOT JUST SKIN DEEP!

AYESHA L. SETHI

Born in Kashmir to a family that has been in the hotel and hospitality industry for over a century, Zahara Nedou grew up in Delhi where she was educated at The British School, and then went on to complete degrees in Business Management and Marketi ..

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THE GROWING POPULARITY OF DIFFERENT CUISINES IN INDIA

PARUL KULSHRESTHA

India is country of vast cultural diversity. It’s diversity and not just limited to religion but regional, linguistic, physical features and also food! Different states in India have their own unique cuisine. From Kashmir to Kerala and Rajas ..

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THE WAR ON V-DAY BEGINS AGAIN; ANTI VALENTINE'S ADS SPRING UP AT METRO STATIONS

SHIV NAIDU

NEW DELHI: Valentine’s Day is known the world over as a day of love. It’s an occasion marked with flowers, presents and courtship, as the winged Cupid brings lovers together. In India, however, the day of love attracts ..

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THE JEWS OF INDIA

PARUL KULSHRESTHA

The Jewish community was once a thriving community in India. In 1948, after the formation of the state of Israel, 33000 Jews migrated to Israel leaving behind around 5000 Jews in India. Over 70,000 Indian Jews now live in Israel (over 1% of Israel ..

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