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Curried cultures

Exploring the relationship between globalisation and South Asian cooking

Finding new links in old stories

Translating Aboriginal stories into Tamil, Mathalai Somu discovers deep-rooted similarities as well as new pathways for preserving ancient cultures, writes ROYSTON REBELLO

Supply, demand and revolution

Various authors give perspectives on unlocking the secrets to a successful global economy, CHITRA SUDARSHAN reports

Fifty shades of brown

RAKA SARKHEL on Indira Naidoo's Sydney Writers' Festival author's talk 'On Being Brown'

What it really means to be a migrant

SALMA SHAH reviews NSW academic Roanna Gonsalves' first book 'The Permanent Resident'

A Chinese hat-trick in Bollywood and other villainies

VIKAS DATTA on a new book that takes us into the world of one of Bollywood’s best-known baddies
Books.Indian Link

Don’t Miss! Five books to look forward to in August 2018

SAKET SUMAN narrows down a list from dozens of books releasing in August

Moghul meals

This British mem could teach you a thing or two about Indian cooking, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA

A contest of melodies

Selecting just 50 landmark Bollywood songs is no easy task, writes VIKAS DATTA
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Don’t miss! Five books to look forward to in February 2018

SAKET SUMAN narrows down a list from dozens of books releasing in February; here are recommendations dominated largely by fiction and accompanied by a memoir and a commentary on Pakistan.