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Dirt Roads to Streets of Gold
Any parent who has watched a child depart from the ways of God to follow the Stephen Paynebroken path of addictions knows what heartbreak it brings to a family. My son, Stephen Lloyd Payne, chose to follow that path from the time ...
Anglo-Indian heirloom cuisine festival at Taj-Connemara
By Venkatachari Jagannathan It’s an heirloom Anglo-Indian cuisine food festival at the Vivanta by Taj-Connemara, a top chef said, proudly showing a 108-year-old notebook containing recipes of a bygone era. “The deciphering of th...
When Parents Break Your Heart
I was sleeping on the couch. At least they thought I was sleeping. My parents, both drunk, were having a fight. My father pushed my mother with enough force that she broke her pelvis and ended up in the hospital. This was one of m...
Asteroid that could wipe out human life heading for Earth: Scientists
Scientists have moved closer to being able to stop a huge asteroid colliding with Earth and potentially wiping out human life. Researchers at the University of Tennessee have discovered that blowing the space rock up could make th...
Goa’s ghumot set for makeover
Whether the purists like it or not, the ghumot, one of Goa’s unique and indigenous percussion instruments that is an essential part of the Ganesh Chaturthi aartis, is heading for a makeover. The baked-clay made ghumot looks like ...
New frog species found in Malaysia
An orange-striped, yellow-speckled frog discovered by Malaysian herpetologist Juliana Senawi in swampland on the Malay Peninsula has now been determined to be a new species. “The frog was originally confused with the Siberut Isla...
Vietnamese food now tickles Indian taste buds
By Venkatachari Jagannathan
Monday Morning Miracle
Scientists turn mouse transparent
Imagica: Mumbai’s gateway to a magical world
By Quaid Najmi
Life can bring joy out of sorrow
YEP in Dzükou Valley
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