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  • 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?

  • Singapore Se

    Singapore Se January 2009 - Singapore’s third largest ethnic group is originally from India (or, as a magazine title puts it, India Se). But Indians in this island nation can also be described as Singapore Se, given their rising clout in recent years.

  • Cover Story: Parenting in America

    Cover Story: Parenting in America November 2008 - From clinging to roots and overreaching, to food, religion and attire, Indian parents have an added set of issues to face in an already challenging role.

  • The Bombay Boys

    The Bombay Boys September 2008 - he Greater Atlanta Vedic Temple, which usually resonates to the chant of Om and Vedic hymns, rang out the weekend of July 25-27 with the happy voices of excited children enjoying their yearly summer camp at the temple.

  • Indian Weddings Go Mainstream

    Indian Weddings Go Mainstream August 2008 - A look at why these lavish, pageantry-laden affairs are making a mark in the U.S., and the rich stories of cultural enigma and endearment that come about as a result.

  • The Mammoth Attractions of Thrissur Pooram

    The Mammoth Attractions of Thrissur Pooram July 2008 - What makes Thrissur Pooram unique are the myth and legend surrounding it, the visual and auditory majesty of it, the competitions, and of course, the grand processions of pious pachyderms.

  • From Third World to Third in the World?

    From Third World to Third in the World? June 2008 - India’s journey from being a Third World country, known for elephants and snake charmers, to becoming an economic powerhouse with a potential future as perhaps the third largest economy in the world.

  • The Road Less Traveled

    The Road Less Traveled May 2008 - A small number of Indian Americans have opted to settle down in rural America, whether for professional reasons or in search of tranquility. SINDYA BHANOO provides glimpses of their lives.

  • Slices of India

    Slices of India April 2008 - A visitor notes how the City of Joy’s bleak conditions shattered his image of it as a colonial and cultural charmer.

 

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