Month: October 2009 Articles

Religious Education and the Future of Young Mobeds in North America and Beyond

In early summer 2009, Jim Engineer, one of the founders of NextGenNow got in touch with me to see if I would like to write an article for the Fall 2009 FEZANA Journal. NextGenNow as an organisation were guest-editing. The above-titled article is...

Back To The Vulture

The population of vultures in the subcontinent has been decimated over the last two decades, but it may yet rise from the ashes with support from human hands. At end-September, bird watchers from...

Paris Bakery

The opening line from an old and much loved nursery rhyme buzzed around my ears, as I walked to the romantically named Paris Bakery recently. The origin of the name of this perennially crowded shop,...

Rehan Pocha: In Conversations

It was in the winter of 2004 when Rehan Poncha had decided to quit what he did best. At 18, with four junior national titles and a handful of international medals at the Asian Age Group meets and...