It’s all about perspective. In India, we are mostly decoding the rest of the world through American or European perspective. It is rare to get an idea of Europe through Asian perspective.
Indian-born American writer Ved Mehta, who recently released a collection of excerpts from his prolific writing career — from pieces in the New Yorker to chapters from 27 books, feels Indians don’t buy his books.
Ved Vyasa’s great epic Mahabharata — the story of the cousins, Kauravas and Pandavas, who waged a fratricidal war — has inspired generations of Indian writers, in regional languages and English, to wr
Exploitation, abuse and underpayment of domestic workers by foreign diplomats have been raised in recent years by the United States, Britain and the European Union with regular frequency.
When marriage is the raison d’être of Indian families, it is natural that their resistance to divorce will be vociferous, especially with Hindus believing in marriage lasting for seven births, not jus
British supermarkets have eased their rules to allow farmers to sell imperfectly shaped vegetables and fruits after heavy rains and bad weather badly affected the farming produce.
Valentino has dominated haute couture, the Italian style, for five decades. And, London honours him with a retrospective of his dresses, coveted by princesses, actresses and socialites.