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NISHA PAHUJA
August, 2014

Nisha Pahuja is a Delhi-born indie filmmaker and documentarist raised in Canada. She shuttles between Mumbai and Toronto on her filmmaking endeavours, which has got her considerable acclaim. Her best known film, The World Before Her (2012), juxtaposes India’s conservative right and the liberal capitalist clique through two camps for women. The first, Durga Vahini, is a never-before-filmed militant Hindu fundamentalist camp for girls; and the second a month-long beauty

By Ajay Sood
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Mahabalipuram Flashbacks of a Glorious Past
August, 2014

We had left Chennai behind and were heading south on East Coast Road towards Mahabalipuram (District Kanchipuram). The concrete clusters of Chennai were thinning down, and we were now driving past the cosy little coconut groves dotting the landscape, conspiratorially huddling with small clusters of low-rise housing and hutments. The hawkers along the road were selling fresh produce like mangoes, tender coconut, bananas of various varieties and tadgodas (fruits of

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CHENNAI A Heritage Treasure Hunt
July, 2014
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CHAIL A WALK IN THE CLOUDS
June, 2014
By Naresh Singal
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VASTU: Q & A
August, 2014

Q. I am settled in Virginia, USA, for the past 15 years. I now want to open my own insurance company. Please suggest lucky directions and placement of office furniture in order to make this effort a success.

A. According to your date of birth and KUA number, an ‘East’ facing office is good for you. But for advice on the placement of the furniture etc., you will need to send

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VASTU Q&A
July, 2014
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Even Minute Changes Can Play A Big Role
April, 2014

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FOOTBALL MANIA THE ISL WAY
July, 2014

For supporters and fans of Indian football, the last several months have been a joy for all the good reasons. Leaving aside India’s performances in global tournaments and its rankings, there are portends that our football administration is taking steps to get Indian soccer inch up to global levels. First India getting the honour to host the U-17 World Cup In 2017, then the I-league has seen its fi rst

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Golf To The Fore
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By Stella George
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MANGO THE FOOD OF GODS
July, 2014

India’s summer dovetails into the season for mangoes, that heavenly fruit also known as the ‘king of fruits.’ Our country is home to a whole plethora of mango varieties, each hailed as a delicacy. Eaten ripe or consumed while green and raw, the mango is universally liked and in high demand in Indian markets. India is also a prominent exporter of fresh mangoes to the world. Last year, we exported

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Jaggery
April, 2014
By Jyothi Venkatesh
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ON BRINGING THE BEST FROM ACROSS THE BORDER
August, 2014

While in the past, our forte under this column has always been personalities from mainstream commercial cinema, this time round, we are focusing on the small screen of the so-called ‘idiot box,’ as it is mainly through television in their homes that our diaspora keeps abreast of Indian cinema. NRI Achievers spoke to Shailja Kejriwal, Chief Creative – Special Projects, ZEEL, who shares with you her plans to premiere Pakistani

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