One to One: Aakash Odedra

Aakash Odedra is a dancer, choreographer and teacher born in Birmingham and living in Leicester, UK. He trained in the classical Indian dance styles of kathak (Nilima Devi, Leicester and Asha Joglekar, India) and Bharatanatyam (Chitraleka Bolar,...

One to One: Vishal Baria

Vishal Baria was born in 1989.  He has finished his studies in India in science and technology.After that, he joined the merchant navy from 2007 to 2015 after that he had joined to the BJP party in India. He likes helping people with their problems. He...

IN LOVING MEMORY OF HASMUKHBHAI MANSUKHBHAI PATEL

Dada didn't say much, but we grandchildren loved to make him laugh. He had such an infectious smile and laugh. He had a nickname for all of us, which were hilarious! Mine was “Skyscraper”. I can honestly say that I had never seen him angry.

Obituary - Chandrakant B Patel (Dhobu)

Jai Shri Krishna / Jai JalaramIt's with deep regret that we announce the demise of our beloved husband, dad and grandad, Chandrakant Baberbhai Patel who was born in Uganda and later settle in South Harrow (UK); gaam Bhadran.

After Brexit, the Commonwealth provides an opportunity to leverage “Commonwealth” for global good for promoting strong economic and cultural linkages as well as the use of English as the most spoken language in the world.

One cannot but admire that in just 30 years of reforms, China now commands the title of the 2nd biggest economy of the world after the US. Of course the political and economic model of China is quite different.

Most of the models and theories of social sciences like economics are based on assumed rationality in human behaviour. Economists believe that people will make choices to make optimal use of resources and there will be equilibrium in society....

Dear Readers, how are you all? Have you been feeling more hopeful now that the evenings are lightening up and the sun is warmer? Have you managed to get out of your home to meet friends and family? I sincerely hope so.  In the midst of it all,...

With the gradual opening up of Delhi, a friend whom we hadn’t seen for over two months came to visit us.  Thanks to the pandemic, this otherwise joyous occasion, evoked a mixture of guilt and apprehension, not unlike that for a diabetic eating...

India registered 100,636 new cases on June 7, the lowest in 61 days. The devastating second wave now seems to be on the decline as the country is seeing a steady downward trajectory of new infections and active cases.

Just three months ago, the sad deaths in India were less than 100 per day in a country of 1.4 billion people. Two months later, the situation had deteriorated significantly. It has been awful to watch this tragedy unfold. 



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