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21 Apr, 2013

Whistling in the dark – Hindustan Times

It’s common enough in India, and not quite foreign to the United States, where the pressure cooker has been around for nearly 75 years. You could purchase one from Macy’s in Manhattan, or from the desi bazaar at Jackson Heights. Though given its post-Boston infamy, I won’t be surprised if potential buyers have to undergo background checks in the future. US-bound Indians, their baggage bulging with the mandatory pressure cooker, had better watch out.

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