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William Dalrymple’s The Anarchy: A story of how far corporations can change the world

Excerpts from William Dalrymple's conversation with PAWAN LUTHRA The grandeur that was 16th and 17th century India The formation of the East India Company The...

William Dalrymple on contemporary Britain – and on contemporary India

Teddy Mehta: William, I'll drag you into the current age. You wrote once about the shrinking of the British Empire. Is Brexit the last...

Govt grants for community schools to promote dual language skills

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Australian community schools
  The Morrison Government has announced a $10 million community language grants program to increase opportunities for young Australians to learn another language. With a base...

Ind V Aus fixtures: Matches begin this weekend

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India Tour of Australia dates
The upcoming months promise an exciting season for cricket with three series – the Vodafone Test series, Dettol ODI series, and Dettol Twenty20 International...

Recording the histories of Indian ayahs who travelled the world

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  In tracing the relationships between Indians and their colonisers, there’s often one interesting figure who stands out – the Indian ayah. She cared for...

‘Delhi Crime’ becomes first Indian show to win International Emmy

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delhi crime netflix wins international emmy
  Web series Delhi Crime has won the Best Drama Series award at the 48th International Emmy Awards, held virtually this year owing to the...

Remembering Saroj Khan: check out her Top 5 dance performances

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saroj khan bollywood choreographer
  Saroj Khan, a talented dancer and Bollywood's first female choreographer, has left behind a legacy unlike any other. Her career spanned over forty years...
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