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Delhi, Agra and Jaipur offer far more than just historical relics and impressive sights. These three cities are a treasure trove, pulsating with cultural life and traditional arts and crafts. Although they are different in character from each other, their histories and people have interwoven, bringing about similarities in their differences. A visit to this golden triangle is a must for those who want a feel of India's rich past.
A MAJOR gripe in the Kinabatangan is that the local people have benefited little from the thriving nature tourism business and serve as mere audiences. Mindful of these grievances, some lodge operators have made it a point to share the tourism pie as well as lighten the burden of their presence on the Kinabatangan environment.
Owning a bug has been a cool experience for Weekend writer DEEPAK GILL. He shares his experience.
The Indonesian government's declaration of martial law and military offensive against Acehnese separatists recently drew international attention to the troubledprovince on the western tip of Sumatra.ANDREAS HARSONO explains in a carefully researched and thoughtful essay why many Acehnese are fighting forindependence from Jakarta.
Malaysia has 'local coffee', a delicious brew not found anywhere else in the world. Now there's a variation on that called 'white coffee' that's been tickling taste buds and winning fans nationwide. MENG YEW CHOONG goes in search of the origins of this edition to coffee culture.