Chill Out with Split’s Rock Vids

The new Videos section of Split Magazine features selections from independent musicians and bands all over India, such as Parikrama’s “But It Rained.”

March 2008

The Daily Delicious for March 29, 2008

Jhumpa Lahiri (nymag.com) What Is Jhumpa Lahiri’s Hook? “Jhumpa Lahiri isn’t afraid to provoke tears, or calls of déjà vu.” —Priya (tags: literature) Aamir Khan’s Blog Leading Bollywood actor shares a pic of his latest haircut, thanks fans for “drubbing” him about his smoking habit, reports progress on his latest film, and tries to meet […]

March 2008

The Daily Delicious for March 28, 2008

Charming? What do you think? Waterlogged: A Journal Of 5 Days Wading In 4 Rivers CBS reporter Hari Sreenivasan chronicles his trek around the Midwest and South covering flooding. —Nalini (tags: brown weatherman bravery television) Charming : Hermès I got this email marketing message today from Hermès as part of their current Indian-inspired campaign. “Mr. […]

March 2008

The Daily Delicious for March 27, 2008

Farheen Hakeem, Candidate for Minnesota House District 61B Kapur to direct Minghella ‘New York’ piece Shekhar Kapur, the Indian-born helmer of movies such as “Elizabeth” and “Elizabeth: The Golden Age,” will direct one of the last pieces of writing from the late Anthony Minghella, a segment of the urban ode New York, I Love You. […]

March 2008

The Daily Delicious for March 26, 2008

Leela, Sesame Street‘s newest character. Sohini Ramachandran, Evolutionary Biologist Ramachandran, who has been working in the same lab since age 15, talks about intelligent design, why she likes her field and answers “Do you encounter any opposition from religious groups that don’t like you proving that evolution is a fact?” —Pavani (tags: science evolution career […]

March 2008
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The Daily Delicious for March 25, 2008

IT Girls, Julia Allison, Mary Rambin and Meghan Asha. (Page Six Magazine) Of Condoms, Clinton, Obama and McCain A Salon Life article from the series by Rahul K. Parikh, MD. “Which candidate will save sex ed?” asks Dr. Parikh. — Nalini (tags: health politics medicine gender doctors brown) Islamophobia: “She Wasn’t Dressed Right” Scenario: Bigoted […]

March 2008

The Daily Delicious for March 22, 2008

Phagwah Photos, credit: Eric Harvey Brown Monkey Gods to Textiles: Far East on the East Side Asia Week in New York (which I didn’t actually know was going on) has stretched into Asia Fortnight. In addition, two Asian art fairs that usually coincide on a single weekend have spread out to fall on consecutive weekends. […]

March 2008

The Daily Delicious for March 21, 2008

NYC hero, Veeramuthu Kalimuthu. Snark Break: Man Jumps Three Subway Tracks To Save Drunkard Columbia University mechanic (and former cricket player from Guyana) Veeramuthu Kalimuthu saves a pickled fellow New Yorker from being hit by a subway train. Bravo! [via Gawker] — Nalini (tags: bravery desi NYC)

March 2008

The Daily Delicious for March 20, 2008

Artist M.F. Husain. Row over Indian artist hits NYC Indian American Intellectual Forum has written Christie’s to threaten demonstrations if the auction house proceeds with sales of M.F. Husain’s art. Dubbed the “Picasso of India” by Forbes, Husain publicly apologized for paintings in 2006. —Pavani (tags: art religion) Tampa Physician and Philanthrophist Inducted into State’s […]

March 2008

The Daily Delicious for March 19, 2008

A look from the Peachoo + Krejberg Fall 2008 Collection. Indian Iron Firms Battle For Rural Support A rush on iron ore in Orissa. I wonder what the environmental impact is going to be. — Nalini (tags: environment India(n) business) Photos of Unnamed Target Go Collection Surface Images are floating about of a mysterious unnamed […]

March 2008