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Oct 28, 2012
Tallinn, land of startups and Skype, is making an epic transformationTallinn, Estonia, is now firmly on the tourist map with more than 3 million people visiting Estonia every year. With a rich medieval history, the city is also steeped in is its tech savvy culture and has reputation as the ‘land of start ups’.
Oct 04, 2012
Obama vs Romney? Let's have Rahul vs Modi insteadContrary to the enthusiastic tweets of Kiran Bedi, Barkha Dutt, Modi supporters et al, political debates almost never determine the course of an election. But a Modi-Rahul slugfest would still be a service to Indian democracy, and here's why.
Aug 30, 2012
5 Reasons why Indian Americans (Heart) ObamaIndian Americans are fiscally and socially conservative. And yet most refuse to vote Republican and they have excellent reasons why.
Aug 08, 2012
The disappearing Sikh turban: Sacred symbol, shorthand for terrorOsama bin Laden transformed the turban into a visual shorthand for Islamic extremism. But the Sikh dastar itself is disappearing due to the pressures of bigotry and modernity. Sikhs may be safer in the future, and a whole lot poorer for it.
Feb 21, 2012
The NRI double standard: Daughters, go home!Nowhere is the Indian double standard more evident than in the bosom of a small section of seemingly modern, highly educated and sophisticated NRI’s who are sending their daughters 'home' even as they keep their sons by their side.
Jan 26, 2012
India unlikely hotspot on gay tourism mapFour years ago, there wasn't a single gay tourism company in India. The International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association now lists seven.
Dec 15, 2011
Dravid reminded us cricket is more than just a gameCricket inspires huge levels of passion amongst not only Indians, but citizens across the cricket-playing world. Here's a look at some cricket crazies.
Dec 05, 2011
Pakistan demands equality: also wants Aus uranium dealPakistan has said that if Australia sells uranium to India, there is no reason as to why they should not have access to it as well
Nov 18, 2011
Rabindranth Tagore's rare manuscript to be auctioned in USThe previously unknown manuscript that dates back to 1928 will go under the hammer at a Sotheby's auction next month.
Oct 18, 2011
Rushdie soaks up the creative ferment of Occupy Wall Street“It is very idealistic. It is kind of overwhelming. I love it. Good for them,” added Rushdie who became a symbol of intellectual freedom under siege after "The Satanic Verses."