Travel: Guide to Doing Business in New Delhi” (pdf) | url
Executive Travel Magazine, October 2009
In this lively capital city both expats and Indians are looking for the next big idea.
New Delhi's Book-Party Scene”
The New York Times, May 10, 2009
For visitors to New Delhi seeking entertainment that involves a bit more than a few glasses of watery
Kingfisher beer against a backdrop of techno music, there's hope: look for a book party.
Take to Village Life in India's 'Little Tibet'”
Mail & Guardian (South Africa), August 6, 2007
Answering nature's call over a pit of manure and learning how to churn butter may not be everyone's idea
of a great holiday. But a pioneering scheme in the Indian Himalayas urges eco-minded travelers to try it.
Author Tackles Radical Islam in Comic Book”
The Standard (Hong Kong), June 2, 2006
An indie publishing house specializes in Muslim-themed graphic novels.
Jigsaw Puzzles in Paris”
The New York Times, June 12, 2005
It would be easy to mistake the framed artwork in this Montparnasse shop window for high-quality reproductions
until the lines separating each picture into hundreds or even thousands of pieces become apparent.
It Was Trash; Now It's Art”
Christian Science Monitor, May 18, 2005
In Patagonia, a creatively-inclined civil servant has spent his retirement on a
very long recycling project.
O'Clock? The Night is Young.”
The New York Times, March 6, 2005
A round-up of bars in Buenos Aires.
India Bows to Newer Realities”
Architectural Record, March, 2009
India’s hunger for glass-encased IT parks appeared insatiable. Then the money disappeared.
Outlook, June 18, 2008
A site inspection of New Delhi, checking out the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Suburban Nightmare Grows on Ruins of India's Housing Shortage”
The National, May 14, 2008
Steel, marble and granite are high on the list of materials needed to build homes in well-to-do suburbs
on the outskirts of India’s sprawling capital – but so are plastic sheets, cardboard and reeds.
Leh Houses Falling Apart”
Mint, August 23, 2007
Conservationists are fretting about the survival of medieval mud-brick houses in the Old Town.
Shops Make Way for 'World Class' Delhi”
Agence France-Presse, January 10, 2006
Slum dwellers have been removed from parts of the capital ahead of the 2010 Commonwealth games.
to Delhi Traffic: 'flyover'”
Christian Science Monitor, August 31, 2005
Take a megalopolis bursting with people, add a boom in car ownership, and you have the sort of dilemma
facing many city planners and engineers in the developing world. Delhi has found a quick-fix: the flyover.
Fuel-Starved Nepal, Filling Tank Costs a Day”
China Post, August 25, 2008
How to get hold of petrol is one of the hottest topics in Nepal ever since its sole supplier,
India, began refusing to sell fuel on credit.
Indians Produce Their Own Power”
Agence France-Presse, June 3, 2007
Everyone from stall-holders to former ambassadors is investing in private generators.
'Green' Pyre to Cool Planet While Burning India's Dead”
Taipei Times, June 16, 2006
An engineer invents a way for deceased Indians to reduce their carbon footprints.
Petrol Attendants Fuel Delhi Cars”
iafrica.com (South Africa), September 22, 2005
Petrol pumps around the city are increasingly staffed by women.
“Immigrants With Ink in Their Blood” (pdf) | text version
The New York Times, October 2, 2004
A dozen Bengali-language newspapers exist in New York City, and the competition between them
Hometown Away From Home” (pdf) | text
The New York Times, June 30, 2004
Mexican immigrants in New York City are raising large sums to improve their villages in Mexico.
“Go Ahead and Cry. It's Happy Hour.” (pdf) | text version
The New York Times, February 20, 2004
A New Yorker wants mothers with young babies to get out of the house.
the Musical Spell of the Sonidero” (pdf) | text
The New York Times, November 22, 2003
Deejays provide a way for young immigrants to keep in touch with friends and family
in another country.
Exodus From Indian 'River of Sorrow'”
Agence France-Presse, September 1, 2008
Distraught and destitute, countless numbers of poor Indian villagers slowly waded out of their
flood-hit region in a desperate search for food and drinking water.
Tight in Nepal Capital as King Gyanendra Awaits Fate”
The Sydney Morning Herald, May 27, 2008
Security was on high alert in Nepal's capital after three explosions shook the city ahead
of a historic meeting that is expected to abolish the country's 240-year-old monarchy.
Silence as Families Collect Bodies in Jaipur”
Mail & Guardian, May 14, 2008
A shock of thick black hair was all that peeped out from under a white sheet that covered a small body
at a morgue in Jaipur a day after serial bomb blasts killed about 80 people.
Fighters Vote in Nepal”
The Times (South Africa), April 10, 2008
Maoist fighters in Nepal were voting today in an election aimed at bringing the country into a new era of
peace - and putting them out of their jobs as hardened revolutionaries.