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Sundeep Bhutoria

Punta Cana: The city in the Dominican Republic with three-and-a-half Indians

Punta Cana abuts the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean and is known for its 32-km-stretch of beaches and clear waters.

26 Mar 2019 12:21 AM

India’s global cultural appeal moves up a notch

Many cultural groups are keen to promote Indian culture and also Bollywood dance which is popular in many talent contests.

19 Nov 2018 12:14 AM

Of desi food, clubs and cricket in Singapore’s ‘Little India’

The current president of the club is an Indian, Sher Baljit Singh, who runs his own successful property business.

27 May 2018 11:57 PM

Why India’s national bird, the peacock, finds pride of place at UN’s Geneva HQ

The Palais de Nations is a symbolic representation of the famous “Spirit of Geneva”.

10 May 2018 1:27 AM

When in Geneva, check out Bharati restaurants, cafes

There are quite a few Indian restaurants in Geneva even though not too many Indians live there.

14 Dec 2017 4:41 AM


Celebrating Pujas, festivals on foreign soil brings a special joy

In America, Durga Puja is celebrated in many places, which is not surprising as it is a vast country.

16 Nov 2017 1:56 AM

Homesick in Bangkok? Head to Phahurat for mithai, kirtans

The Sikh community’s numbers were rising, so therefore in 1912 they decided to establish a gurdwara.

12 Oct 2017 1:36 AM

Celebrating Teej Puja in Edinburgh & Satyanarayan katha in New Jersey

Teej is a festival observed during the monsoon months to celebrate the union of Parvati with Shiva.

15 Sep 2017 2:54 AM

In London, it’s quite easy to find Indianness: Just head for Taj

For several decades now, London has been a top-of-the-list destination for Indians. The metropolis has a lot of things connected to India.

25 Aug 2017 2:20 AM

Court quashes Red Sea islands’ transfer to Saudi

An Egyptian court on Tuesday quashed a government decision to hand over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, judicial sources said, overruling a deal that had sparked public outrage.

22 Jun 2016 2:41 AM