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Odd couples

Old white men and women find love in much younger Indians, the age of their children from previous marriages. A vindication of the fact that…

Dramatic effect

Sue Emmy Jennings, pioneer of Drama Therapy in the UK and overseas, tells Patriot about the importance of her technique for mental health Renowned playwright…

Erudite charmer

An Italian scholar who has made Delhi her home. Her association with India is deep and rewarding. she has made many friends… Young Italian scholar…

Tightrope walker

Russian artist Ekaterina Abramova’s art, inspired by her stay in India, will be on display at an exhibition titled ‘Windows’ in Varanasi. she depicts themes…

WHEN EXPATS DATE

Online dating sites are a convenient forum, which people use to escape from humdrum or to actively seek romantic or sexual relationships. Here are some…

No entry!

The arbitrary application of visa rules in India raises questions on exactly who is being filtered It was a smooth journey from Adelaide to Bangalore…

ON AN EXPERIENTIAL BINGE

A young European man residing in Delhi expects us to be non-judgemental about the choices he makes. His quest unto self involves making others happy…

Spiritual dancer

A political scientist by training, Gilles Chuyen settled in Delhi 24 years ago in pursuit of his passion – dance. It soon became the ‘medium’…

The food ambassador

Hugo Wang has devoted his life to popularising Taiwanese food in Delhi with the ‘right balance’ For the Indian palette Hugo Wang, 36, a chef…

Journey unto self

Britta Petersen is one of those yoga practitioners who didn’t need an international celebration to kickstart her journey into spirituality. The journalist, social worker and…