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No Bridge Too Far

By Maya Bhalla · 1 week ago

“History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to be discouraged by our defeats.” B C Forbes’ observation resonates strongly with the story of Hitesh Ramchandani. At only 22, this brave man’s life is an object lesson in how the human mind can…

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Mr Paul Papalia CSC MLA Minister for Tourism signs a global cooperative marketing agreement between the State Government, through Tourism Western Australia, and Singapore Airlines

By Aishwarya · 2 weeks ago

India Se Media was at the home of HE Mr Bruce Gosper, the Australian High Commissioner in Singapore to meet Mr Paul Papalia CSC MLA Minister for Tourism. He was in Singapore today to sign a $5 million three-year global cooperative marketing agreement between the State Government, through Tourism Western Australia, and Singapore Airlines. The…

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In God’s Own Country

By Nithya Subramanian · 4 weeks ago

Hawkers shouting, ‘Pazham Pori, Pazham Pori (plantain fritters, Paruppa Wadai-Paruppu Wadai (lentil vadas), Chai-Chai,’ in a sing-song tone was music to our ears, confirming that we had reached our favourite holiday destination – Palghat in Kerala. Lush green trees, pristine ponds and hours spent playing with cousins are all unforgettable memories of my summer holidays.…

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COCKTAILS

By Team India Se · 4 weeks ago

COCKTAILS Goodness Ginger Me  2 two-inch fresh ginger, peeled 2 two-inch turmeric, peeled 1 lemon 4 tbsp honey Sparkling water Cayenne pepper 1 oz tequila METHOD Place ginger, turmeric and lemons into a juicer and allow to strain into a glass jar, stir in agave and store in a clean airtight container in the refrigerator…

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The Silent Pillars Of Colonial Machinery

By Team India Se · 4 weeks ago

The book, The Forgotten Sentinels: The Sepoys of Malaya, Singapore & South-East Asia (Chennai: Pixar Graphics, 2017) by N Nedumaran, is based on the significant role of the sepoys/ native soldiers of the East India Company (EIC), a history that is little known and often ignored in the colonial narrative. Ironically, the story of the…

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