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In the heart of change

In the heart of change Numbing winds from the hills mess with her cropped, grey hair. She pauses beside a row of lemongrass, pulls off a When none arrived, she returned to the U.K., but friends handed her 500 pounds and sent her back with help from Foundation for

It doesn't get better than this: Poorna Jagannathan

It doesn't get better than this: Poorna Jagannathan than this: Poorna Jagannathan. Published: Saturday, Oct 6, 2012, 15:21 IST By L Romal M Singh | Area: Bangalore | Agency: DNA Your name intrigues many people in South India, though none of us know what the South Indian uniting is — care to

Lois Tilton reviews Short Fiction, mid-October

After you traded me in, they shipped me off to Bangalore and partial to me to a 2.7-million node network here. Bitter, biting . She takes it in, in defiance of the note, the warning of her sister the witch doctor, and the belated report that the late

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10 Best Dishes You Must Eat When in Bangalore (Bengaluru)

Bangalore is a contradiction on every turn. It is still reminiscent of the sleepy old town which was unexpectedly (and a bit reluctantly) thrown into the dizzying world of a bustling metropolitan. Old Bangloreans often lament the population that came pouring in with the city becoming an IT hub, and more recently, a startup hub. Traffic became a nightmare in a city where the romantic alleys couldn’t handle the swelling pressures of millions of additional cars. But with any change, there also come its own set of advantages. And in my opinion, this sudden transformation of Bangalore (now Bengaluru) allowed the food scene to experiment and develop. Gone are the days when you would go to Bangalore and only indulge in dosas or at best Kodava food from the region of Coorg. Bangalore is an inspiring mish-mash of old and new, and has plenty of options on offer, regardless of whether you are visiting only for a few days or live there. Here are 10 things that I suggest you try when in the city: