Little English and truly South Asian

In the past couple of decades, British Indian films like Bend It Like Beckham and Slumdog Millionaire have not only created a lot of buzz in the South Asian diaspora but have also swept up top awards in the international arena. And yet, the...

South Asians will enjoy revisiting scenic Bangladesh through "Secrets in the Wind"

Rumki Chowdhury was born in Bangladesh and grew up in the USA. She has also lived in the UK and Sweden. With an MA in English Literature from The Queen Mary University of London and a BA in English Writing from The William Paterson University...

Durga Pujo for Bengalis’ calendars revolves around this one festival. Pujo means meeting up with near and dear ones, dressing up every day, gorging on tasty food, and most importantly pandal hopping. But what if you live in the UK and did not...

Actor Daniel Craig announced before the release of No Time To Die that his fifth Bond film would also be his last. His departure was the subject of rumours beforehand, though – with Craig stating on several occasions that he planned on retiring...



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