'Machines' Shows Us We're Not Past Industrial Squalor
It's just that the Western world has pushed it somewhere else
Why You’ll Find London’s Best Persian Indian Food in a Cake Shop Basement
Chef Farokh Talati’s day job is at legendary nose-to-tail restaurant St. John but every month or so, he takes over a Soho patisserie to cook the food of his Parsi heritage.
This Restaurant Wants You to Dine with the Dead
Inside a dimly lit restaurant situated near the Sidi Saiyad mosque in the Indian city of Ahmedabad, it is hard to escape a glaring fact: the tables and booths are arranged around large, casket-like tombs. At New Lucky, the customers are dining with the...
How India's New Prime Minister Won Over the Tea Party
The incoming leader of the world's largest democracy loves the US fringe.
The Universal Sadness Issue
Jesus Was A Terrorist
Barun Roy is the editor of The Himalayan Beacon, a monthly magazine based in Darjeeling that has a reputation for unswerving journalism and being more clued-up than anyone else.