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"Disconnect," the aptly named new play by Anupama Chandrasekhar at the Victory Gardens Theater, is set in a collection agency in Chennai, India, where smart, ambitious and energetic young Indian workers assume pseudonyms like Jennifer and Michelle and try...
World NowEgypt’s prosecutor general referred seven Egyptians Christians living in the United States and Florida-based Pastor Terry Jones to court for trial on charges that they offended Islam in connection with an anti-Muslim film that has triggered protests...
Tinkering in his million-dollar greenhouse at the University of Central Florida, microbiologist Henry Daniell is at work on preventing infectious diseases that kill 15 million people worldwide each year. Inspired by the passion of French physicist...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFor men, next spring's wardrobe choices will look a lot like the current ones — a sea of khaki, more camouflage accents (camo print flip-flops and neckties, anyone?) and the continued presence of work wear. But there were some bright spots —...
www.Schaffersgenuine.com 310-452-2255 KTLA Easter ideas - A gorgeous spring-inspired dinner to delight your family and friends! - Pomegranate ginger glazed ham - Roasted leg of lamb with minted chermoula - Apricot chutney - Potato gratin with...
KTLA NewsTOKYO -- A magnitude 6.9 earthquake hit off Japan's southern coast early Saturday, shaking Okinawa and nearby islands, where a tsunami warning was issued, Japan's Meteorological Agency said. The quake occurred off the coast of the island of Okinawa at...
Tags: Japan, Tsunamis, KTLA, India, Earthquakes
Special to The TimesAs a child growing up in the backwaters of Kerala, India, Santosh Sivan recalls trekking up the narrow, winding roads that had been cut into the mountain jungle. "I used to ask my father, 'Who made the road like this and how did they do it?' He would tell...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Travel EditorThe sharp joy you feel when your plane touches down is short-lived in India as you realize now you must get in a taxi. Goodbye order, upkeep, hygiene, caution. Hello dent king. Hello chaos. On a Sunday evening at Indira Gandhi International Airport in...
IN THE 25 YEARS since it was identified, the virus that causes AIDS has traveled a highway of humanity to all corners of Earth. It has crossed oceans and continents; it stalks the world's most marginal people as they struggle to survive. K. Sangeetha'...
Tags: Politics, AIDS, India, Local Government, HIV
City LinkMadras Cafe is a relatively new Indian eatery in Pompano Beach with much going for it: Most of the food is richly seasoned, and the prices are moderate. Located within a small storefront, the restaurant is agreeably decorated with Indian-style prints,...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Tomatoes, Almonds, Shrimp, Coconut
Times Staff WritersBANDA ACEH, Indonesia — Cargo planes carrying tons of relief supplies landed Wednesday in this wreck of a city, only to pile up at the airport for lack of trucks, gasoline and a distribution system. Half a world away, President Bush defended the U....
Tags: Tsunamis, Refugee, Injuries and Wounds, Indonesia, Asia
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