Category Archives: Mid-Day

Indians bare all in new yoga craze.

In the past nude beaches were looked on in dismay. Parents would quickly cover their kid’s eyes when getting a glimpse of one from a boat on a sun holiday. These days nude beaches are no longer breaking news. However … Continue reading

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Restaurant review

High Note 100 feet road, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, Bangalore As a European living in India for a month the culture is certainly a lot different. The traffic, the food, the people and the traditions. Suddenly you go from English, … Continue reading

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Ready for an acid attack?

Published Thursday August 20th It all began one sleepless night when DJ Robert Babicz, also known as Rob Acid, sat down on his commodore and started creating music. Catch him live this weekend. Robert Babicz or ‘Rob Acid’ as has … Continue reading

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Mridula Koshy on her latest book, her inspirations and her lifestyle.

 Mridula Koshy this week launched her collection of short stories “If it is sweet”. The Delhi-based author focused on the challenges in life explaining different lifestyles and the struggles they bring. The book is centered on Delhi but also visits … Continue reading

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From a high cliff to a cold lake

Published Monday August 17 Josh Kornbluth speaks of his attempts to adapt award-winning Citizen Josh to the Indian audience. The comic monologue on democracy, which swings from silly to serious, will be performed on Wednesday Described as being “a pleasure … Continue reading

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Bangalore reacts

Published Mid-Day Tuesday August 11 Bangalore reacts The first two cases of the H1N1 have been confirmed in Bangalore and the city is slowly reacting. Frank Anthony Public School on Cambridge Road bore the brunt of media attention as the … Continue reading

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Swine Flu

Wednesday August 5th SWINE FLU In the aftermath of India’s first swine flu death we have to ask if the world is doing enough to prevent the spread of the virus. As an avid traveler I have spent time in … Continue reading

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