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  • Seminole family's camp an early tourist venue

    Seminole family's camp an early tourist venue
    Annie Jumper Tommie, a Seminole leader of the Panther Clan, in 1902 established a camp along the north fork of the New River near 101 NW 15th Ave. Tommie and her family, husband Doctor Tommie; mother Mammy; brother Willie Jumper; and her children...
  • After Apology From 'Gandhi-Bot' Brewer, Liquor Store Owners Take Stock

    After Apology From 'Gandhi-Bot' Brewer, Liquor Store Owners Take Stock
    The reaction to a peculiar Connecticut beer has put Bhaskar Sureja in a tough position. He stocks Gandhi-Bot, a wildly popular and equally hoppy creation of New England Brewing Co., which also generously borrows from the image of Mahatma Gandhi, the...
  • 'Sophia' a fascinating story of a princess turned revolutionary

    'Sophia' a fascinating story of a princess turned revolutionary
    Born in England and a favored goddaughter of Queen Victoria, Princess Sophia Duleep Singh was thoroughly British. Yet she was also Indian — her father had signed his kingdom over to the British Empire — and that left Sophia caught between...
  • Bombing at restaurant in India leaves 1 person dead, 1 wounded

    Bombing at restaurant in India leaves 1 person dead, 1 wounded
    One person was killed and another wounded when a bomb blst outside a restaurant rocked the southern Indian city of Bangalore on Sunday. The evening blast, termed a terrorist attack by authorities, came two weeks after Bangalore police arrested a 24-...
  • What Their Names Say About Our Places

    What Their Names Say About Our Places
    Ever been to Seldom Seen Pond in Canaan? Since you probably haven't, you know how it got named. Every name tells a story. In a place as long and thickly settled as Connecticut, just about all natural features — hills, lakes, ravines, rock outcrops...
  • Twitter buys ZipDial in bid for users in emerging markets

    Twitter buys ZipDial in bid for users in emerging markets
    NEW YORK (AP) — Twitter said Tuesday that it plans to buy Indian mobile marketing company ZipDial as it tries to reach new users in developing regions. The San Francisco company did not disclose financial details or when it expects the deal to...
  • Victims call for justice 30 years after Bhopal disaster killed thousands

    Victims call for justice 30 years after Bhopal disaster killed thousands
    Hundreds of protesters gathered on Wednesday outside the abandoned factory which caused the world's deadliest industrial disaster in the Indian city of Bhopal, burning effigies and demanding justice for survivors suffering 30 years later. Elderly...
  • Rat poison chemical linked to 15 India sterilization deaths

    Rat poison chemical linked to 15 India sterilization deaths
    Tablets linked to the deaths of more than a dozen women who visited a sterilization camp in eastern India are likely to have contained a chemical compound commonly used in rat poison, a senior official in Chhattisgarh state said on Saturday....
  • Women feel no safer in Delhi, two years after notorious gang rape

    On a cold, rainy Sunday night, two policemen in khaki uniforms and fluorescent yellow jackets stand among commuters at a bus shelter in the Indian capital, occasionally stepping out to stop passing buses and climbing on board to conduct inspections. A...
  • The Kitchn: Lamb rogan josh

    The Kitchn: Lamb rogan josh
    Rogan josh is one of the better known Indian classics, and this fiery lamb or mutton dish from the Kashmir region of India is now popular all over the world. My version stays very close to an authentic Hindu-style recipe, but I have tweaked it to make a...
  • A coffee culture begins to stir in India

    A coffee culture begins to stir in India
    Three generations of Tarun Cariappa's family have grown coffee on their highland farm in southern India, 38 rolling acres of dark green bushes interspersed with towering jackfruit and mango trees — and the occasional wild elephant. But to that...