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Sujoy Dhar speaks to "Festivals Edinburgh" director Julia Amour to find out how she plans to work with key partners and also include India- known for its colourful global brand ambassador Bollywood - as one of the countries in focus to take forward the legacy of world's festival city that is Edinburgh more
I like less travelled places in India: Todd Melby

American journalist Todd Melby, settled in Minneapolis, finds India "unpredictable." Having visited the country recently with his wife Diane Richard, Todd advises people to not visit the Ind ...

Having explored India from Kashmir to Kerala, Diane Richard, an American journalist, settled in Minneapolis, can't get enough of India yet. For her, India is "truly full of things to wonder ...

India's incredible variety sets it apart

Laura Ungar is a USA Today journalist based in Louisville, Kentucky who keeps coming to India and Kolkata in particular every year to explore more and more with her growing family of friends ...

'Be open to new experiences'

Arnab Nandy is a senior sub-editor with Kolkata-based English daily The Telegraph. He is also an avid traveller and a backpacker who has covered much of Europe, Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka, Ca ...

Delhi in her veins

The name Dehlvi says it all. It literally means Someone from Delhi, and that’s what defines writer Sadia Dehlvi whose love for Delhi runs in her veins. Sadia Dehlvi’s new book ...

What delighted me about Holiday Inn Amsterdam (RAI) was when I got off the metro at RAI station reaching there by a train from Schiphol Airport. I walked a few paces and there it was: Holiday Inn Amsterdam.  


WHEN I checked in this April in Chicago's newest property for growing tourists, The Hoxton, it was about midnight. But unlike any five star hotel with an orderly lobby of relaxed or stressed out travellers walking in or out toting their suitcases, I encountered the ambiance of a city's popular night joint- it was teeming with young to middle aged good looking souls in a party mood.