Month: May 2016

Divya Mathur’s story collection in Urdu ‘Zeharmohra’ Launched

23 May 2016, London, Asio-European Cultural Exchange Society (ACES) and Sir Syed Foundation-London celebrated the publication of a  selection of Divya Mathur’s short stories translated into Urdu by Dr Arjumand Ara of Delhi University by launching it at the prestigious Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS London University. After a brief welcome by Mahamid Mustafa Ahmed, Chair…

Indian Elections 2016: Pandora’s Box!

By Innamburan, our Chennai Correspondant “Once you hear the details of victory, it is hard to distinguish it from a defeat.” – Jean-Paul Sartre  India has a well-oiled Election Commission (EC) that gives the politicians a run for their money. It takes over the reins, rotates the officials, investigates complaints and keeps the politicians at bay. A…

A mothers’ day remembrance….

By Agnes Thambynayagam My mother was my first teacher in my life, even though my father was my greatest teacher who taught me almost all subjects except for Science. My mother not only taught me how to do the household tasks but also taught me the family history that I never learnt at school. My…

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