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Can you spot Boman Irani and Ratan Tata?
'Aapro' Zubin Mehta is in the news. The ongoing Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival has an 89-minute documentary on the celebrated Western classical music conductor in its 'Discovering India' section by ren...
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The beauty of an Indian dessert often lies not in the intricate recipe but in the significance of its offering. This holds especially true for Parsi desserts. “On birthdays, my mother-in-law will com...
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In the past few decades, an issue of the future has begun to bother this tiny community, a discussion that is reaching a fevered pitch: looming extinction.
These recurring headaches, which are usually accompanied by nausea and disturbed vision, can be debilitating and while there's no cure for them right now, a solution might just be around the corner. Samanth Subramanian and Padmaparna Gosh find out more in this episode of The Intersection.
I have always been fascinated by the multiple identities that Sidhwa seems to juggle - Parsi, Pakistani, migrant, woman, writer. I wrote to her a while back, and to my surprise, she answered with nuggets about her life in Pakistan, being a Parsi and her struggles and successes in writing.