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The end of Detroit
Jobs in Detroit's car factories are moving to India.
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India's first superstar died almost a lonely life.
Robin Roy
The lost leader

The lost leader

Ashis Ray | December 8, 2012
Netaji's daughter is now the deputy mayor of Augsburg. What if she had joined politics in India?
Exhibition in London


Ashis Ray | November 24, 2012
An exhibition in London celebrates the most powerful and splendid of the world's great dynasties.
Browning the bard

Browning the bard

Ashis Ray | September 29, 2012
The Royal Shakespeare Company's Indian version of 'Much Ado About Nothing' is more feelgood than fabulous.
The rise and fall of a pioneer politician
Common curry, innit?

Common curry, innit?

Ashis Ray | September 8, 2012
A Pakistani-origin politician's swift rise and fall in Britain says much about the lip service paid by the Conservative government to Asian…
The Great Life
The £50-million kothi

The £50-million kothi

Ashis Ray | August 18, 2012
Could the grand Georgian manor Sheridan House look better today than it did when it was first built in 1772? Yes, says industrialist Sri Prakash…
Tiger by his tale

Tiger by his tale

Ashis Ray | June 23, 2012
A series of events in England honour the memory of Pataudi.
Af-Pak region
The twain shall meet

The twain shall meet

Ashis Ray | May 26, 2012
The NATO summit in Chicago was not about revitalising an old Cold War relic.
A new spell

A new spell

Ashis Ray | April 7, 2012
Harry Potter studio tour has become an addition to London's tourism.
'Muslims need to move on'

'Muslims need to move on'

Ashis Ray | February 4, 2012
Ghayasuddin Siddiqui is a British Pakistani, with family roots in Meerut.
Indian cricket
Cricket's big test

Cricket's big test

Ashis Ray | February 4, 2012
Faced with the prospect of its top two Test teams - England and India - coming a cropper away from home, cricket is staring at disenchantment.
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