Tag Archives: India

  1. Public Lecture on March 28th in Celebration of International Women’s Day 2014 March 18, 2014Education, Photo GalleryNo comments
  2. THE LUNCHBOX – Where Currying Favor has new meaning? What’s cooking in Love… January 24, 2014Agriculture, Cinema, Video GalleryNo comments
  3. “The Monkey King” (2014) – Donnie Yen Fantasy Movie HD January 9, 2014Books, Martial Arts, Video GalleryNo comments
  4. “!BEHOLD! Women’s Work” Gallery of Caribbean Art in Speightstown: Heidi Berger January 4, 2014Painting, Photo GalleryNo comments
  5. “Million Dollar Arm” (2014, Disney) – Jon Hamm, Cricket Vs. Baseball Movie HD December 27, 2013Cinema, Cricket, Video GalleryNo comments
  6. West Indian Powerhouse Dwayne Bravo To Film Movie Debut On His Birthday

    West Indies Cricket ODI Captain and one of the biggest sporting stars to emerge from the Caribbean in recent times, Dwayne Bravo, spent his 30th birthday on Monday, October 7th, filming his movie debut in an Indian thriller. Bravo, a flamboyant and renowned entertainer, with two singles already released in collaboration with Grammy-award winning superstar […]

    October 10, 2013Cricket, MusicNo comments

    Having made a foothold in Barbados at the swanky Limegrove mall on the island’s west coast – Michael Kors is pleased to announce the brand’s first foray into the Indian market with the opening of a store inside New Delhi’s DLF Emporio. DLF Emporio opened in 2008 as the first luxury-focused mall in India, and […]

    August 4, 2013FashionNo comments
  8. Montserratians invited to apply for Indian Study Programme

    The courses being offered through the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) are also open to residents who are not public servants, said outgoing High Commissioner to the Caribbean His Excellency Malay Mishrah. Mishrah confirmed this at the farewell reception given by the Office of the Premier on Friday evening at Ponteen’s Place in Little […]

    July 2, 2013Education, PoliticalNo comments
  9. Soul from India? Tara Priya’s “Rollin'”

    Visit Tara at Follow Tara at Grab the German EP at…   Directed by Paul de Lumen  Produced by Satien Mehta “Rollin’“, winner of the 18th Annual Billboard Song Contest

    June 16, 2013Music, Travel, Video GalleryNo comments

    HBO Latin America will premiere the exclusive documentary George Harrison: Living in the Material World on June 3rd in the Caribbean, with part two airing the next day. Much of the material has never been seen or heard before and was provided by his widow, Olivia Harrison, one of the producers of this epic project. […]

    May 19, 2013Cinema, MusicNo comments
  11. Digicel Announced as Major Sponsor for Caribbean Premier League

    The Caribbean Premier League has signed global telecommunications company and long term West Indies Cricket sponsor Digicel as a major sponsor of the newly formed CPL which will host its inaugural tournament in July and August. “We are thrilled to have Digicel as our partner in this venture,” said CPL founder, Ajmal Khan of Verus […]

    April 16, 2013CricketNo comments
  12. “Getting Cities Right” By Mahmoud Mohieldin & Zoubida Allaoua – Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2013

    The developing world is experiencing rapid urbanization, with the number of city dwellers set to reach four billion in 2030 – double its 2000 level. But unplanned and uncoordinated urban development is risky, threatening to replace migrants’ hopes for a better life with unsanitary living conditions, joblessness, and high exposure to natural disasters. In many […]

    February 28, 2013Business, EditorialNo comments
  13. “Ending the War Against Women” By Papandreou A. George and Ouafa Hajji – Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2013

    On Valentine’s Day, countless couples will celebrate romance by candlelight. On the same day, one billion women and men worldwide will stand up to shine a light on the darker side of gender relations. According to the United Nations, one in three women worldwide will be raped or beaten in her lifetime. In some countries, […]

    February 13, 2013Culture, ReviewNo comments
  14. “Is China Enough?” By Jose Luis Machinea – Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2013

    For many countries in Latin America, demand from China has been essential to maintaining high GDP growth rates over the last decade. But will Chinese demand for commodities be enough to sustain high prices for the region’s exports in the coming years? During the last two decades, four factors combined to generate a sharp increase […]

    January 26, 2013Business, TravelNo comments
  15. “The Pope’s Dangerous Sex Appeal” By Ian Buruma – Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2013

    Human sexual behavior can be perilous, as the ghastly rape of a 23-year-old woman by six men on a Delhi bus in December once again showed. After going to the cinema, she and her boyfriend were beaten, before she was brutally assaulted and attacked with an iron rod for more than an hour. Thirteen days […]

    January 13, 2013Featured, NatureNo comments
  16. “Ending India’s Rape Culture” by Naomi Wolf – Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2012

    The crime seems incomprehensible. A 23-year-old physiotherapy student is dead, 12 days after having been raped for more than an hour by six men in a bus traveling on main roads in the Indian capital. Her internal injuries from the iron rod that her attackers used were so severe that doctors had to remove her […]

    January 2, 2013Crime, Editorial1 comment
  17. “Developing Economies’ Long-Term Financing Shortfall” by Mahmoud Mohieldin – Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2012

    Since the global financial crisis, “banking” has practically become a swear word. But, while banks undoubtedly have the capacity to inflict serious damage on economies and livelihoods, a well-run financial system can offer significant benefits. A growing body of evidence, highlighted in the World Bank Group’s recent Global Financial Development Report, shows that financial institutions and markets […]

    December 23, 2012Business, EditorialNo comments
  18. “Let the Blind Read” by Chris Friend – Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2012

    This is a decisive moment for sight-impaired people like me: men and women who are seeking to expand our minds and to contribute to the societies in which we live. We still cannot enjoy a book or a periodical unless it has been produced in braille or a large-print edition, or transferred to an audible […]

    December 19, 2012Health, TechnologyNo comments
  19. “A Death in Galway” by Naomi Wolf – Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2012

    The case of Savita Halappanavar, a 31-year-old dentist from India who had moved, with her husband, to Ireland, continues to reverberate around the world. Halappanavar, an expectant mother, died after her doctors, citing Ireland’s legal prohibition of abortion, refused to remove her 17-week-old fetus, despite allegedly acknowledging that the fetus was not viable and placing […]

    December 9, 2012Controversy, HealthNo comments

    Shazelle was among some of the big winners at this year’s 103FM ‘The First & Finest’ 12th Hall of Fame and Music Awards. The Trinidad pop singer/songwriter took home the award for ‘Best Indi-Pop’ (Indian Pop) from one of Trinidad’s leading station’s 103FM (The First, The Finest) for her single, “If We Fell In Love” […]

    November 19, 2012Events, MusicNo comments
  21. 2012 WISE Prize for Education Awarded To Indian National

    This year’s WISE Prize for Education has been awarded to Dr. Madhav Chavan, a former chemistry lecturer who devised a simple formula to bring education and literacy to millions at minimum cost. The Laureate of the 2012 WISE Prize for Education was announced at the opening plenary session of the fourth World Innovation Summit for […]

    November 17, 2012Education, TravelNo comments
  22. “Delhi Safari” (2012) – Vanessa Williams, Cary Elwes: Animation HD

    Along the way they meet a motley crew of jungle friends from the Bee Commander (Cary Elwes), the Pigeon (Christopher Lloyd), to the singing Flamingos (Jane Lynch and Jason Alexander). Their mission is simple, once in Delhi they will ask the government some very simple questions – why has man become the most dangerous animal? […]

    October 30, 2012Cartoons, Video GalleryNo comments
  23. Ang Lee’s “Life of Pi:” Fea. Suraj Sharma and Irrfan Khan

    The story of an Indian boy named Pi, a zookeeper’s son who finds himself in the company of a hyena, zebra, orangutan, and a Bengal tiger after a shipwreck sets them adrift in the Pacific Ocean.

    September 24, 2012Books, Cinema, Video GalleryNo comments
  24. “India’s Feet and Minds” by Esther Dyson – Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2012

    Last month, I visited the Jaipur Foot clinic in New Delhi. You may have heard of the Jaipur Foot. It is both an invention – a prosthetic foot made from cheap materials costing about $45 (versus $8,000 for a similar device in the United States) – and an amazing, low-cost network of clinics around the […]

    September 18, 2012Health, TechnologyNo comments
  25. ‘Merkel in China – Straddling a Tripolar economy?’ by Sanjaya Baru, Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2012

    At home, Merkel recently sent out a clear message to her critics that Germany must pay a price for eurozone leadership. She cautioned her colleagues against loose talk about a “Grexit” – Greece’s exit from the Eurozone – and assured visiting Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras that Germany remained committed to his country’s membership of […]

    August 28, 2012Education, PoliticalNo comments