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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: India, HIV, AIDS, Death, Local Government
Indian food is one of the world's great cuisines, and New York is full of terrific restaurants that serve it. Here are ten we like. MANHATTAN Amma The name means 'mother' in Hindi, and the restaurant has the same soothing qualities of a mythical...
Tags: Shrimp, Tribeca, Jackson Heights, Chutney, Dining and Drinking
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: Ice Cream, Shrimp, Pompano Beach, Almonds, Dining and Drinking
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: United Nations, U.S. Embassy, Vehicles, Government, Death
Staff WriterPeople who think they know Indian food may be in for a surprise at Madras Café, a Pompano Beach restaurant with a lengthy menu that offers dishes rarely seen at American restaurants. RESTAURANT INFO -------------------- Cuisine: Indian Where: 1434 S....
Times Staff WriterNever have I eaten so well for so little money as during the 12 days I explored the vegetarian restaurants of this city, formerly called Madras, on southern India's east coast. I returned in February after a five-year absence to reconnect with the city's...
Tags: U.S. Airways, Gaming, Breads, Hinduism, Butter
Sun-SentinelThe following aid agencies are accepting contributions to assist the victims of the Asian earthquake and tsunami. The United Way of Broward County and the United Way of Palm Beach County are accepting donations online at www.unitedwaybroward.org and...
Special to The TimesA series of towering tidal waves triggered by a massive undersea earthquake killed more than 11,000 people today in several south Asian countries today. Survivors described walls of water between 10 and 20 feet high sweeping away whole villages,...
Tags: Sri Lanka, Death, Fishing, India, Earthquakes
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