Source: The Time of India.
Rustom Khurshedji Karanjia Born into a prosperous Parsi family, Karanjia was the star reporter at The Times of India when it was British-owned. He left when the paper chose Frank Moraes to be its first Indian editor (Karanjia wanted the job) and started Blitz during World War II as a pro-war effort weekly tabloid. As the war wound down, Blitz changed track, identifying itself closely (...)
Source/ The Armenian Weekly.
On Thurs., May 30, Dr. James R. Russell, Mashtots Professor of Armenian Studies at Harvard University, will give an illustrated lecture entitled, “The Animal Style in Art: From Scythia to Aghtamar to Modern Russian Literature,” at the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) in Belmont. The lecture will be given in honour of the 90th birthday of Prof. Nina G. (...)