Updating Ambedkar’s understanding of how untouchability came to be and what it has become today
Air India, bring back meat or stop serving food on your flights altogether
Eating red meat and reading the Bhagavat Gita
This bird from Down Under has started making a special appearance on Indian restaurant menus
Coming soon: genetically engineered meat in a supermarket near you
Two documentary filmmakers go into the interiors of the Northeast for five years to understand an eerie silence of the forests. They find hope in local tribals defying tradition to go green
The palate is socially and culturally trained to either exalt or be squeamish about offal, the entrails of slaughtered animals.
The newfound meat fetishism of well-heeled Indians reflects their desire to be seen as jetsetting bon vivants with a discriminating palate.
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