Month: July 2014 Articles

In Conversation with Khushru Pocha: Just Call for Blood

  Khushroo Poacha, Founder – Indianblooddonors.com “Help each other One to One. Do not depend on our Leaders”.- Mother Teresa KHUSHROO POACHA, an office superintendent with the Indian railways, has kept his day job while running...

Royapuram: Wheel of time takes the sea away

In the 1970s, Ajit Diaz’s family was among the very few non-Anglo Indian families to make Royapuram their home. Article by Serena Josephine M | The Hindu What he vividly remembers about this north...

PARZOR Exhibition in Chennai

Preserving the grand ethnic culture Parzor Foundation, a non-governmental organisation that works towards preserving the Parsi culture, will be organising a crafts exhibition for the first time in...

Found & lost: Tata villa in Shanghai

A hundred and ten years ago, Parsi businessman Bejan Dadabhoy Tata, a distant relative of the founder of one of India’s oldest corporate houses, sailed from Mumbai to Shanghai to further his...

Homi Dastoor: Musical Journeys

"Beethoven's was a tempestuous, interesting life" By Fiona Fernandez |Mid Day Age is just a number for Bandra resident, nonagenarian Homi Dastoor who has just released his labour of love — Musical...