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Maneckji Bhumgara – The Indian bowling sensation who left American batsmen flummoxed in the early 20th century

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Southern California discovered cricket in the late 19th century, two centuries after the sport reached American shores, but the region lost little time in taking to the game with enthusiasm. The cricketing season began every summer in May. Several counties — including Los Angeles, Santa Monica, San Diego and San Francisco (in mid-California) — had […]

Natalia Dalal bagged 1 Gold & 3 Bronze Medals

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Natalia Dalal along with a group of 16 other players represented India at the 31st Busan Mayor’s Cup and 12th Korea Open International Karatedo Championship from 7th-12th June 2019. Each player has won at least one medal making India proud. Natalia bagged 1 Gold & 3 Bronze Medals in the following categories: Gold : Senior […]

MBE – Zenobia Nadirshaw

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Zenobia Nadirshaw from London who got an MBE (Member of the British Empire) Award from Prince William yesterday at the Buckingham Palace. Congratulations….

Chef – Delzad Avari

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Delzad is a Le Cordon Bleu Chef having completed Le Grand Diplome in Cuisine and Patisserie from the London campus. His love for cooking was observed at a very young age. This led him to work at The Taj Mahal Palace and Towers, Mumbai. His next role, was as a food producer with Masterchef India […]

Indian street food eatery Botiwalla now open in Alpharetta

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The Alpharetta City Center restaurant joins the Ponce City Market location The second location of a popular Indian street food eatery is now open in Alpharetta. Botiwalla opened yesterday at Alpharetta City Center at 24 South Main St. in the Alpharetta City Center development. It joins the first Botiwalla location, which opened in 2016 at Ponce […]

Zoroastrians to observe Pir-e Sabz pilgrimage in Yazd

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The annual pilgrimage runs from June 14 to 18 at a mountainous fire temple embedded in a shallow cave in the central Ardakan county, Yazd province. The entrance of the cave is reached via 230 steps. It’s where an “eternal” flame is kept alight. Narratives say that Pir-e Sabz is dedicated to the princess Nikbanu […]

Filmmaker Oorvazi Irani’s short film, Anahita’s Law, raises pertinent questions on caste, and gender-based stereotyping

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AFTER HER full-length feature film, The Path of Zarathustra, in 2015, Oorvazi Irani is back with a short film that raises pertinent questions on caste and gender discrimination, while exploring the identity of a woman. The 43-year-old Parsi filmmaker who produced, directed and also acted in her short film Anahita’s Law, spoke with Indulge about […]