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Irna Qureshi

Sabotaging since 8 Aug 2011

Irna is an anthropologist, writer and oral historian specialising in British Asian arts and heritage. She has collaborated on several exhibitions and books on this theme, including ‘Coming of Age: 21 Years of Mela in the UK’ and ‘The Grand Trunk Road: From Delhi to the Khyber Pass’. Irna also blogs about being British, Pakistani and female in Bradford, against a backdrop of classic Indian films at She keeps chickens and can be reached at @irnaqureshi..

My Articles

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The High Art Of Haggling in Pakistan

Haggling doesn’t come naturally to mild-mannered Brits, so here’s some tips to make you the predator rather than the prey.

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Food and Drink

Eating Heart-Attack Kebabs In Pakistan

Succulent chapli kebabs served from a shanty town shack in Peshawar washed down with an ice cold 7-up. Now you’re talking…

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The Grand Trunk Road: A Journey Along India’s Life Line

An excellent book chronicling four chaotic weeks on India’s famous Grand Trunk Road, described by Rudyard Kipling as “such a river of life as nowhere else exists in the world.

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Top Five Bollywood Films For Men

2013 marks 100 years of Indian cinema, but Bollywood isn’t all dance routines and love stories.