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Archana Aithal Rose

Writer/editor/photogrpaher/

Location icon United States of America

I'm a writer, editor and former expat who has conceptualised, pitched and written stories for some of the world's top-notch publications. My articles have appeared in CNNGo.com, Condé Nast Traveler, Vogue, The Times of India and more on a wide variety of subjects including Movies, Architecture, Arts, Travel, Technology, Interior design, Celebrities, Lifestyle and Fashion. My extensive travels and experiences living in different parts of the world are reflected in my writing. In addition to writing, I also have a keen interest and passion in photography, food, cinema and music. I speak five different languages-a result of a well-traveled lifestyle.

Portfolio
Agorafy Newsroom
09/27/2016
Brooklyn Brownstone From 'Girls' Can Be Yours For $5.6 Million

aise your hand if you've lived vicariously through Lena Dunham's misdemeanors in the famous HBO 'Girls' episode, where she knocks on a neighbor's door, to tell him she's been secretly dumping her trash in his can. Or, at least the part where the neighbor, played by Patrick Wilson, invites her into his gorgeous Brooklyn Brownstone for some lemonade and an impromptu make-out session.

Industrym
07/19/2018
HYPNOTIC HUES

KICK BACK WITH COLOR AND LET YOUR ACCESSORIES DO THE TALKING BY ARCHANA AITHAL ROSE

VOGUE
03/28/2016
Exclusive: "I spent eight years with Salman and there was so much love between us," says Padma...

Padma Lakshmi's dossier reads pretty much like her languorous legs, long and endless: supermodel, actress, cookbook author, Salman Rushdie's ex-wife, mother, boss lady of Emmy-winning Top Chef, health advocate for endometriosis and more. She is, however, the talk du jour for her bare-all, recently released memoir, a Harper Collins imprint, Love, Loss and What We Ate.

CNN
Xinchejian: Hackerspace Shanghai

"It's about connecting the real world with the virtual, demystifying technology by hacking it," says David Li, the foreman of Xinchejian (新车间), the first Shanghai Hackerspace. The opening of the area links Shanghai with the Hackerspace network, a global hackers movement.

Condé Nast Traveller India
12/08/2010
2011: Why not Hua Hin? | Condé Nast Traveller India

When the Thai royal family regularly escapes to a place they call 'Far From Worries' (or Klai Kangwon Palace), you know it has to be good! Hua Hin is just a short drive from Bangkok, but miles from its resident irritants-traffic, tuk-tuks and turmoil.

CNN
Shanghai lacrosse takes the field

There are few more American sports than lacrosse, but the game might soon have a new, Chinese face as the international league throws its weight behind new Shanghai men's and women's teams in hopes of preparing them for the World Games in a couple of years' time.

Agorafy Blog
05/11/2016
The Yesteryear Grandeur of the Madison Hotel

An estate that's frequented by bigwigs from the Fortune 500 companies that it's surrounded by. A treat for the eyes, with every corner that has its own place in history.

Nytimes
05/31/2009
Made in India, but Published in New Haven

NEW HAVEN Alert readers of The New Haven Advocate and its sister publications in Hartford and Fairfield County may have noticed a consistency among the bylines in its newest issue: Annie Rani, Dev Das, Nidhi Sharma, Asmi Rana, Neha Bhayana, Shreya Sanghani, Vijeta Bhatia and others.

Wikipedia
Noisebridge

For the device used to measure the efficiency of antennas systems, see antenna analyzer. Noisebridge is an award-winning anarchistic educational hackerspace in San Francisco, inspired by hackerspaces in Europe, like the Metalab in Vienna and c-base in Berlin. It is a registered non-profit California corporation, with IRS 501(c)(3) charitable status.

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