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Sharmine Seh learnt how to make traditional Indian pickles from her husband's grandmother and has never looked back.
KARACHI (Reuters) - At a historic market commissioned by Queen Victoria in Pakistan's southern metropolis of Karachi, third-generation spice seller Mohammad Shakeel Abbasi complains that a move to clear illegal encroachments has left poor shopkeepers jobless.
Melissa Ramakrishnan was ambitious and focused on her career as an associate risk specialist throughout her 10-year stint at Bank Negara.
A member of India's 'untouchable' caste is taking on caste-based discrimination with packaged foods that was once regarded as impure.
A businessman from the ‘untouchable’ Dalit caste in India likens his packaged food business to a social experiment to see if people have really shrugged off their prejudice.
As Malaysian Malayalees celebrate Onam on Sept 14, let’s take a look at its evolution from a harvest festival to a unifying cultural event that celebrates the New Year.
JOHOR BARU: A total of 128 primary school students from Singapore were exposed to an array of local cultural events during a three-day student exchange programme here.
YOU have got to love buffets especially if you are dining in the Klang Valley as there is so much to savour, making the meal your money’s worth.