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Ramadan earns prime spot on Gulf fashion calendar

by Natacha Yazbeck Dubai, United Arab Emirates | AFP – From Dolce & Gabbana to Michael Kors, major brands are catering to lucrative

A dance tale of compassion

by Ranee Kumar Credited as a twinkled-toed young dancer of these times in the field of Kuchipudi, Yamini Reddy is all out to

Muslims around the world attended prayers during the first Friday of Ramadan

Ramadan is the 9th month of the Muslim calendar year. It is considered the most holy and spiritual months of all 12 months.

20 years after The God of Small Things, Arundhati Roy on The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

by Daphne Beal (VOGUE) On the top floor of a small building on a quiet lane in central Delhi, the writer Arun­dhati Roy

India Luxury Style Week Men’s Edition 2017 splash

Report by Revano Wilson BANGALORE, Wednesday, May .30, 2017 – Akshay Kumar did not fail to show off his martial arts skills and

Shilpa Shetty shows desi brides how it’s done in Saira Rizwan’s latest shoot

Are Bollywood divas and Pakistani fashion the next Pak -India cultural exchange trend?

After Pakistani designer Tena Durrani bagged the chance to dress

Humanising the Mahatma in the pages of a graphic novel

Tales of Young Gandhi, Janhavi Prasada’s new graphic novel, shifts focus from the public persona of Mahatma Gandhi to his formative

Saffronart’s auction features leading contemporary masters

Saffronart’s upcoming “Summer Online Auction” on 6 – 7 June 2017, features a selection of contemporary South Asian art and important works from

The real history of Cinco de Mayo (it’s not a celebration of Mexico’s independence)

Before you make those margaritas, let’s be clear on what we’re actually celebrating, shall we?

by Reader’s Digest Editors Many people

Asia Society Texas hosts ASIAFEST 2017 for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

HOUSTON – Asia Society Houston will celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with AsiaFest, Asia Society Texas Center’s annual family event