By Christina MacGillivray Faqir Chand Bookstore: Anup Chand’s grandfather opened a bookshop in Peshawar, Pakistan catering to officers of the British Empire. Today, Faqir Chand books continues in Khan Market. Photo by: Christina MacGillivray NEW DELHI – Khan Market is a
By Christina MacGillivray NEW DELHI –On November 26, Roli Books launched Black Warrant, a book written by Sunil Gupta who spent 40 years as a senior officer in India’s most notorious prison, Tihar Jail. The book was co-authored by award-winning
NEW YORK – Ben Mauk reported on Khorgos, Kazakhstan in a January 2019 cover story for The New York Times Magazine. His article, “The Trillion Dollar Nowhere” profiles the Kazakhs swept up (or left behind) in the effort to make Khorgos a
In a recent U.S. address, India’s prime minister called for empowering women although the country has one of the fastest falling rates of women participating in the workforce in the world.
Cyclists on the new two-way cycle path along the River Seine across central Paris. (Photo Christina MacGillivray) PARIS – Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo’s initiative to create new cycle lanes across Paris is winning over cyclists but angering motorists. French newspaper