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Another longtime European hotel group is making fresh inroads into Asia. Kempinski Hotels, one of Europe's oldest luxury hotel groups, is adding to its portfolio of 75 properties by opening three hotels in China and another in India. "We are opening...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGDelhi 2 Dublin is as multicultural as you get. There's vocalist and drummer Sanjay Seran and DJ and tabla player Tarun Nayar -- Vancouver residents with parents born in India.Andrew Kim is a Korean who wears a kilt and plays electrified Indian sitar. Sara...
India suffered its second huge, crippling power failure in two days Tuesday, depriving as much as half of the vast and populous country, or up to 600 million people, of electricity and disrupting transport networks. The first power grid collapse, on...
When local author Rosalia Scalia visited India, she was able to sit down with Amandeep Sandhu, author of "Sepia Leaves." She was kind enough to recount her meeting for Read Street. We'll break her missive into a parts, starting with her description of the...
If you go THE BEST WAY TO DELHI From LAX, connecting service to Delhi is offered on KLM, Lufthansa, United, Cathay Pacific, Emirates Air, Turkish Airlines, Air China, British, Asiana, China Eastern, China Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and Malaysia Airlines....
School lunches to become healthier, include more fruits, veggies, whole grains WASHINGTON (AP) — Schoolchildren’s favorite lunch — the ubiquitous frozen pizza — is about to get healthier. First lady Michelle Obama and Agriculture...
Toothpaste and spiritual comfort share space in the double-wide storefront in Dundalk. Magazines and snacks fill crannies and shelves, racks hold donated sweatshirts and winter jackets and somehow, wedged toward the back, is a quiet corner to make a...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThis rom-com/sex farce seems to have an edge we don't see in Indian films made for the home market. It's rather randy, yes? Suggestive? “Delhi Belly,” the title refers to what visitors and foreigners get when they “drink the water”...
Under a searing afternoon sun, red dust covering my clothes and clinging to the sweat clotting at the back of my neck, I head deep into hunting grounds for maharajahs of old and royals of the modern day. I'm on my very first safari, on my first trip to...
It seems that most of us have figured out that “Reality TV” is dominant on the majority of the 500 or so channels that we have because of one primary attribute, it’s cheap! Seriously, lock a few people in a house and you will quickly...
It seems that most of us have figured out that "Reality TV" is dominant on the majority of the 500 or so channels that we have because of one primary attribute: It's cheap! Seriously, lock a few people in a house and you will quickly learn why some...
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