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Salaam-Namaste!

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Salaam-Namaste! Aloha, and welcome to an all new edition of B’khush! Much has been happening while we have been on a hiatus. As we resume today, events and happenings that have marked the world in the last few months play a kaleidoscope of images in our mind’s eye. Hence, before we head out with our all new issue, there is a distinct urge to skim through all that has spontaneously stirred, affected or curiously piqued us.

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A Visit to a Danseuse

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 The Ohio State University (OSU) is the melting pot of cultural activity in Columbus, Ohio. Students across the globe come here to fulfill their dreams. A Kolkata-based danseuse is presently at Columbia University. She is perusing her PhD here on the art of dancing while being an Odissi dancer herself. A drive down to OSU campus was all it took for me, to talk to her about her life as well as her dreams and aspirations. Dance for her is a very important part of her life and she would like to grow in that art.She narrated to me glimpses of her childhood and all the memories which lead to her passion for dancing.

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The Rockstars of B'Khush

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The regular contributors of B'Khush...

Maitreyee, Nishi, Anumita, Roshni, Ruby, Ruma and Anita...

You Divas make B'Khush  proud and How!!!! We can't thank you enough!!!!

Wish you All the Best!!!

Team B'Khush.

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Fifty Shades of Fluff

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Tick Tack Toe …Tick Tack Toe…Time for the London show…..

 
As the clock in Trafalgar Square ticks down to the 27th of July, London gets ready for its biggest summer event: the Olympics. It is a once in a lifetime occurrence and probably will not happen here again during my life span, well at least not in a period when I am still eating solid foods.
 London is hosting the Olympics for the fist time since 1948, and it is the only city to be hosting the event three times. As the host city of the Olympic games this summer, London is looking forward to the influx of world-class athletes as well as visitors from around the globe.

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'Intimacy' - Hanif Kureishi

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"It is the saddest night, for I am leaving and not coming back."...Thus begins 'Intimacy' by Hanif Kureishi which tells the story of Jay, a middle aged writer who is about to leave his partner of 10 years, Susan and their two sons and going to live temporarily with his friend Victor. The novel describes the state of Jay's mind the night before he decides to leave his family for good. Jay tries to justify his decision and also reflects his life with Susan and the sons. The small details of his family and his likes and dislikes towards its members gets zeroed in on this narrative.

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Bollywood Ishtyle

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Of Meetings and Meeting Again..

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Year 2011 passed by hurriedly, busy with the role of a new mom and my love of reading quite unintentionally ignored...I read very little, of which the book that was the most interesting was one by Anita Shreve, “The Last Time They Met’'.

The book narrates a story of two lovers, who meets after many years, under unusual circumstances but with overwhelming love for each other. The novel flashes back in time in a very intriguing fashion, recording the chance encounters of the protagonists at the age of fifty-two, twenty-six and seventeen, in the same order…

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Giju John - Talent Unlimited

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In conversation with Giju John an innovative music vocalist, a producer and a world ranked salsa dancer. Needless to say that Giju is indeed a powerhouse of talent. Check out this interesting tete a tete and get to know more about this dashing personality.

 

 An Engineer/ A dancer/ a singer  or a Producer? which one of the four describes you the best?

At this point in my life, all of the above.They are so intertwined and with so much overlap, it’s really hard to compartmentalize. And strangely enough, I like it that way.

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Subhash Chandra Grabs The Emmy Award

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A very proud moment for Indians all over the world. Subhash Chandra, the pioneer of satellite TV in India happens to be the first Indian to receive the prestigious International Emmy Directorate Award in Newyork  last night.

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