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Daan- Dharma

Daan- Dharma

In a 2011 cover story published in Khabar, we looked at the Indian-American organizations that are at the forefront of philanthropy. Here, we look at individual patterns of charitable giving among us: how, where, and why we give. Read more »

Perspective: The world must live and work together again

I spent nearly three decades at the United Nations singing the virtues of multilateralism, but today I am not so sure of its prospects. Read more »

In Memoriam: The People’s President: A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

Leaders like Kalam are needed today more than ever before. Read more »

Tribute: A photographer par excellence; a human being even more so!

Death is inevitable, yet the loss of our dear friend, Vinod Devlia, a devoted father and ardent community supporter, has left us with a universe of mixed emotions. Read more »

Screen Time: Small Towns, Big Feelings

We recently highlighted streaming content focusing on small towns and the simple life. Read more »

MyTurn: Confessions of an Indie Author

The publishing landscape has changed dramatically in recent years, revealing both pitfalls and possibilities for writers and aspiring writers. Read more »

Monsoon of Memories: Queuing up for Pani Puri

The emotion attached to this most beloved of snacks lies not just in the spicy tamarind water or the puffiness of crispy balls, but in the wholesome, full paisa vasool experience of savoring one. Read more »

Food & Dining: Zyka: “The Taste” is Consistently Good

This long-standing Atlanta favorite is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Read more »

Books: Searchers, Wanderers, and Strivers

Migrations, if placed on the coffee table, may supersede the phone during a commercial break. Read more »

The Marvel of Representation

Teen fans will soon be hanging flashy posters on their walls of Ms. Marvel—the latest of American superheroes. Read more »

The Beverage Entrepreneur

Maxine Henderson trained as an electrical engineer, but her true passion is engineering Bollywood-inspired drinks. Read more »

Are You Retiring Within the Next 5 Years?

What to focus on as the transition approaches Read more »

Growing with Strategic Networks and Partnerships

One of my favorite business axioms is harsh but powerful: “If you are not growing, you are dying.” Read more »

Letters from Readers

Letters to the Editor: Op-Ed on gun safety was uninformed/ English usage has helped India make progress/ Create inclusive community for widows and widowers. Read more »

Immigration News Briefs

Premium processing for certain I-140 petitions/ USCIS issuing corrected form I-765 receipt notices/ Supreme Court dismisses "public charge" rule/ Application Final Action Dates for July 2022/ Dates for Filling Visa Applicatins - July 2022. Read more »

Singer KK is no more

After Lata Mangeshkar and Bappi Lahiri, the music industry has lost another gem. Read more »

Good Sports: Gujarat Titans Win IPL Title

In their very first year of existence, the Gujarat Titans were crowned champions of the IPL. Read more »

Anish Bagga named Goldwater Scholar

Anish “Max” Bagga, a junior at Emory College of Arts and Sciences, has been named one of the Goldwater Scholars for 2022. Read more »

Briefs/ Religious Unfreedom in India/ Trains that Cross Borders/ Book Matters.

Read our regular columns: ‘Who, What, Where, When & Why’ and ‘Book Matters’. Also: ‘Religious Unfreedom in India' and 'Trains that Cross Borders'. Read more »

Health: Fad Diets Aren’t the Solution— What’s Better?

Why Keto, Paleo, and other fad diets are not magic pills. Read more »

A Conscious Planet: Its Time Has Come

The Earth is every individual’s concern, every individual’s inheritance, every individual’s birthright. Read more »






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