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In the 01/16/2020 edition:
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Rustom Siodia: A Forgotten Master


Art in India has largely been a niche world, with few artists being known beyond the rather small circle of connoisseurs. But even within this small world, some brilliant artists and their work have been forgotten or lost with the passage of time. One of them is Rustom Siodia. Article by Anshika Jain | Live […]

 

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Portrait of Darius Forbes


A portrait of a special man Writers and dramatists have a saying: ‘Show, don’t tell.’ It means to convey a thought or emotion through dialogue or action, rather than telling the audience directly. The same principle applies to the most impressive leaders, especially those with strong values and philanthropic achievements. Article By Denise Kenyon-Rouvinez | […]

 

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Adil Jal Darukhanawala In Coversation on BRR


Our good friend and India’s ace automotive journalist Adil Jal Darukhanawala on a podcast at Biker Radio Rodcast 2020 is here and our golden milestone of episode 50 is out there with a guest who is the “Soné pe Suhaga”. Actually as his name camouflages, Adil Jal Darukhanawala is dynamite masquerading as Madeira. To know […]

 

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Nusli Wadia withdraws defamation suit against Ratan Tata


Tata told the Supreme Court that he did not intend to defame Wadia Wadia Group Chairman Nusli Wadia has withdrawn a defamation suit against Ratan Tata. The decision by the Indian-born British Parsi businessman comes after Tata told the Supreme Court that he did not intend to defame Wadia. The defamation case, filed in December […]

 

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