Feritta: Eat in Style

They say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. This was of course written with a Parsi man in mind !! And Eat in Style is trying to do exactly that. A new endeavor by Feritta, this food and lifestyle blog aims to bring you all things food and inspire the […]


Zubin Mehta: I don’t mind playing in Pakistan, if invited

Zubin Mehta is one of the world’s most popular orchestral and operatic conductors. He recently celebrated 50 years of musical collaborations with three renowned orchestras — Vienna, Berlin and Israel Philharmonic. Despite his international wanderings, the Bombay boy maintains a strong Indian identity. He tells Natasha Israni that he wants to use his music to […]


Field Marshal Manekshaw’s Run in with B M Kaul: Military Tales

The Indian armed forces are slated to be very busy this year with over 25 exercises, manoeuvres and confidence-building measures scheduled with friendly countries and potential adversaries alike. Article by Mandeep Singh Bajwa | Hindustan Times A flotilla from the Eastern Fleet is to join US and Japanese forces in the Malabar wargames, which so […]


Bejon Desai: Obituary

  Parsi Khabar is saddened to hear about the passing away of Bejon Desai. Bejon Uncle was the grandfather of my dear friend Behzad Kharas and from what I have known of him, Bejon Uncle was an amazing person, and a real educator in all senses of the word. Our condolences to Mahrukh Aunty, his […]


Colaba Metro Wont Affect the Atashbehrams at Princess Street: MMRDA

There is a possibility of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) not disturbing the century-old Parsi fire temple at Princess Street near Dhobi Talao during the construction of the Colaba-Bandra-Seepz metro rail. By Ateeq Shaikh| DNA India According to a senior development authority official, Kalbadevi, as well as south Mumbai as a whole, will […]