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  • The Serengeti of India

    The Serengeti of India November 2009 - Located along the flood plains on the south bank of the Brahmaputra River on a narrow stretch of land between Nepal and Bangladesh, the Kaziranga National Park today is 105 years old. It is a four-hour road trip from Guwahati, in the northeastern state of Assam. One of the last frontiers for the pre-historic one-horned rhinoceros species, the park today is a jewel in the crown of Indian wildlife, boasting a healthy population of over 2000 (75 percent of the world’s population) one-horned rhinos.

  • Matchmaker, Make Me a Match!

    Matchmaker, Make Me a Match! October 2009 - New approaches are challenging both the traditional arranged marriage as well as the so-called love marriages that result from chance encounters and dating.

  • The Potency of Places

    The Potency of Places August 2009 - On Cloud Nine In Shillong

  • Bangalore: Garden City No More

    Bangalore: Garden City No More August 2009 - A native reminisces about how the city has changed—while appreciating those aspects that remain unchanged.

  • Does Hollywood Really Get Bollywood?

    Does Hollywood Really Get Bollywood? July 2009 - Though the attraction between Bollywood and Hollywood seems less intense now, the romance hasn’t stalled—at least, so far. But can an alliance of such opposites work? Or is it all hype? Should film fans care?

  • Our Stories in Stills

    Our Stories in Stills June 2009 - A celebrated photographer’s chronicle of Indian-American life

  • If You’re Not on Facebook, Do You Exist?

    If You’re Not on Facebook, Do You Exist? May 2009 - Are you LinkedIn? Do you Twitter? Do you YouTube? A look at how Indians worldwide are at the cutting edge of the rapidly growing social networking phenomenon that is sweeping the globe.

  • Hanging In Balance

    Hanging In Balance April 2009 - Long seen as a ticket to the American Dream, the H1-B visa has of late become a double-edged sword for many Indians.

  • The Tutoring Dilemma

    The Tutoring Dilemma March 2009 - What used to be merely a supplemental aid for helping children with the school curriculum now seems to have grown into a basic necessity for raising competent kids.

  • Crime Time

    Crime Time February 2009 - Rising incidents of crime are challenging the “model minority” image of Indian-Americans. Could this be the maturation of the community to a critical mass—beyond the stereotypically successful and genteel Indian-American?






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