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19:34

What to do

Churriana to welcome Hindu folklore and gastronomy festival

Tony Bryant

Hindu communities in the province of Malaga will come together to enjoy the Festival de la India, which will be held in Churriana on Saturday 1 September. This vibrant and colourful festival offers an afternoon of oriental culture, complete with

13:34

LifeStyle

From simple fruit salad to tutti frutti

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Macedonian empire of Alexander the Great, which in 323 BC stretched from Pella (Macedonia) to Punjab (India). Gastronomic Macedonia originally referred to a combination of different vegetables cut into cubes and sautéed in butter, described for the first time

15:30

What to do

Christmas traditions fair in Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

Chile, Brazil, Cuba, India and the UK. The festival, which will be inaugurated by the mayor of Benalmádena, Víctor Navas, will begin with a presentation parade of all the countries and associations involved. Live music and dance shows from around the ... world will take place throughout the afternoon. These will include performances by the Santo Domingo de Guzmán Choir, the Ballet African Sunugal from Senegal, the Bolly Danz of India and the Danza Huella de Chile. Several British organisations will

18:00

Education

Malaga university attracts international talent to research the medicine of the future

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

...is Serbian, Amene Tesfaye Ayane comes from Ethiopia and Ashish Avasthi has come to Malaga University from India. These eight young people have been given a three-year contract as part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie programme, financed by the EU, to ... Ana Ercegovic Rot is working on cellular reprogramming and its applications, a line of research into the patients' own cells being used to cure them, and thereby preventing rejection. Ashish Avasthi, from India, has a Masters degree in nanotechnology

17:26

LifeStyle

Lance Henderson, the teenage genius

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Lance needs to decide. Should he dedicate himself entirely to chess or train for a career? "It's more of a problem in Spain than elsewhere. In countries like China, Russia and India, the children stop going to school and focus completely on chess,

19:41

Opinion

National myths and lies

ANDREW J. LINN

...the case with Indian national gastronomic stereotypes, and the Indian government is behind the proliferation of the fable. Most of us believe India to be a vegetarian country, where cows are sacred and never eaten. In fact meat-eating is far more ... widespread than we imagine, and the Hindu 80% of the population does not go short of chicken, goat and other types of meat. This was revealed in a recent American study of Indian eating habits, and has blown the myth of India being a mainly vegetarian country

21:23

What to do

Around the world in five days

Tony Bryant

UK, Finland, America, Cuba, India and Morocco. Six regions of Spain will also be represented and these include Andalucía and the Canary Islands. Puerto Rico, South Africa and the Ukraine will take part for the first time this year and there will

12:51

LifeStyle

Minute grains of flavour and history

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ MALAGA

India via the first commercial routes. Later, in the first century AD, Pliny the Elder wrote: "Some foods attract us by their sweet taste, others by their appearance whereas pepper has nothing in it that can plead as a recommendation to either fruit ... or berry, its only desirable quality being a certain pungency; and yet it is for this that we import it all the way from India!" At that time, the Arabs held the monopoly on pepper and its price was so extortionate that the Roman emperor Augustus ... routes, circumnavigating the African continent to reach Calcutta, Ceylon, Java, Borneo and the Maluku Islands; the latter being where pepper originated. Today, although pepper (Piper nigrum) is also grown in South America, Africa, India or Brazil, most

11:06

Local

Dogs get top marks in schools for helping children with the ‘three Rs’

Eugenio Cabezas rincón de la victoria

Alicia Martín Cruz and two of her three dogs, eight-year-old Lima and nine-year-old India, help children and adults in the Axarquía region to overcome difficulties with reading, writing, maths and general emotional development. Schools and centres ... dog so she helps with the indoor sessions, while India is a more agile and active dog, so she helps out with games and mobility,” she says. The therapist explains that it is scientifically proven that when a child is with an animal, the child is more