under Michael Edison Hayden

On the dive bar as a haven for the trend-bucking citydweller

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2 Feb 2014 | BY Michael Edison Hayden

Personal liberty is an undervalued commodity; we often do not appreciate it until we find someone has taken it away

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9 Oct 2013 | BY Michael Edison Hayden

Why being born inbetween cultures may not be such a bad thing

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17 Jul 2013 | BY Michael Edison Hayden

Pirated feeds, Toyota commercials in Arabic, long distance calls to Dad. The challenges and joys of watching American sports in India

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12 Jun 2013 | BY Michael Edison Hayden

Malls in India offer expats a disturbing comfort of familiarity

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30 Dec 2012 | BY Michael Edison Hayden

The mysterious world of a house cat

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10 Aug 2012 | BY Michael Edison Hayden

Liberty Cinema, one of Mumbai’s last surviving art deco classics, is struggling for survival

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16 Apr 2012 | BY Michael Edison Hayden

A bunch of social networkers have kept tabs on the late Kim Jong Il’s postures and other such absurdities to hilarious effect

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9 Mar 2012 | BY Michael Edison Hayden

Joseph S Alter’s book studies masculinity in modern India and spans territories as distinct—if linked—as wrestling, exercise and saving semen

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23 Feb 2012 | BY Michael Edison Hayden
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