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Indo-Pak diplomacy
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Woods are diplomatic, dark & deep

Pronoti Datta | July 21, 2012
What happens when Ratna Pathak Shah makes her directorial debut with a Cold War play?
Malayali food
Budget bites

Budget bites

Pronoti Datta | July 21, 2012
Restaurants that fill you up without emptying your pockets.
boom in food industry
Notes from the kitchen

Notes from the kitchen

Pronoti Datta | July 7, 2012
The boom in food industry has meant foreign restaurants opening outposts in India.
'Tongue' for taste
Tongue-tied with pleasure

Tongue-tied with pleasure

Pronoti Datta | June 16, 2012
Nothing beats a good tongue roast. But you have to find it first.
My favorite sandwich
Wich craft

Wich craft

Pronoti Datta | May 19, 2012
If any good ever came of card games, it was the invention of the sandwich 250 years ago.
Catch them young
Kids, here's your chance to act up

Kids, here's your chance to act up

Pronoti Datta | May 19, 2012
Junoon, plans to add a dollop of theatre into the lives of Mumbai's kids.
The theatrewallahs
Feste the fool as Phool Singh

Feste the fool as Phool Singh

Pronoti Datta | May 12, 2012
Two Mumbai theatrewallahs are staging Shakespeare's plays in Gujarati and Hindi at the Globe theatre festival.
This Is India
Slum lords

Slum lords

Pronoti Datta | March 10, 2012
Mumbai is home to several agents with deep contacts in slum sprawls who help foreign writers find a good story.
Got the momo rising

Got the momo rising

Pronoti Datta | February 4, 2012
One of the popular street foods of Delhi and Kolkata makes its presence felt in Mumbai.
Can you repeat the question?

Can you repeat the question?

Pronoti Datta | January 28, 2012
The supremely entertaining and often amusing audience questions make literature festivals a must-visit.
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