from Counterparties:

The ups and downs of Summers

September 16, 2013

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from Your View:

March to Commemorate 1973 Revolt.

By Annette Kristiansen
November 18, 2010

Thousands march in Thessaloniki to commemorate the 1973 student revolt in Greece, November 17, 2010. Your View/Alexandros Michailidis

from Your View:

The exodus for Eid Al-Adha

By Annette Kristiansen
November 18, 2010

People ride on a train roof to leave the city to celebrate Eid Al-Adha with their friends and families, near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 2010. Your View/Saad Shahriar

from Your View:

The exodus for Eid Al-Adha

By Annette Kristiansen
November 18, 2010

People ride on a train roof to leave the city to celebrate Eid Al-Adha with their friends and families, near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 2010. Your View/Saad Shahriar

from Environment Forum:

Jay Leno’s garage: a lot of EVs

September 16, 2010

The fact that comedian Jay Leno has a serious collection of cars in his 17,000 square-foot-garage in southern California may not surprise fans, but his soft spot for electric and hybrid vehicles most likely will turn a few heads.

from India Insight:

Mind your pees & queues for the Delhi Games

March 22, 2010

With just six months to go before India hosts the Commonwealth Games, some are already wondering whether New Delhi is loo-ready for the sporting extravaganza.

from India Insight:

Professionals in politics?

March 25, 2009

What's common to a banker, a dancer and a former U.N. under-secretary general?

Answer: they are all contesting the general election in India.

The main battle in the polls from April 16 to May 13 this year, as in years past, is between the centre-left ruling Congress and the Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party. A loose alliance of smaller regional parties has formed a Third Front, as well.

from India Insight:

Indian dilemma — To Nano or not to Nano

March 18, 2009

I was stuck in a traffic jam on one of New Delhi's busiest roads, taking in the sights and smells of vehicles idling in all directions, when my cab driver turned to me and asked -- "Are you going to buy the Tata Nano?"

from India Insight:

Delhi blasts: A reporter’s dilemma

September 17, 2008

I will have to respect the Indian Standard Time for once.

I was to meet a friend at five in the evening on the day of the serial bombings in New Delhi. But the meeting got delayed -- she could not leave office on time and my office elevator kept me waiting for twenty minutes.

from India Insight:

Finding Delhi’s “spirit” post serial blasts

September 17, 2008

Three days after the weekend serial bombings that killed 22 people in New Delhi, I find the general atmosphere of the national capital almost abnormal in its normalcy.