Month: September 2012 Articles

Jer Bulsara on her son Freddie Mercury

Twenty years after the death of rock’s most famous singer, and with a lavish book of rare photographs about to be published, his mother, Jer Bulsara, talks to Angela Levin about how she coped with his transformation from Farrokh Bulsara to Freddie...

Laughter Club

Laughter in the House shows us a community that can laugh at itself     Long ago, in an interview with...

Sr citizen dies as Tardeo bldg flooring caves in

A 78-year-old polio afflicted woman, who was lying on her bed at her second floor flat in Soonawala building in Tardeo, died on Tuesday morning after the flooring gave way and she fell to the ground...

Straight, Honest Parsimoney

The Parsi reputation for diligence and trustworthiness warms their businesses By Arti Sharma | Outlook India Compass Card Honest, straightforward Parsis will tell it like it is, whether you want to...

India’s Only Symphony Orchestra

Western classical music has historically struggled to find a place in India, a country that has its own vibrant tradition of classical music. By Khushita Vasant | WSJ Khushroo N. Suntook, chairman...