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  • Brand New in America

    Brand New in America February 2004 - For a fresh Indian immigrant, learning to open doorknobs in the newly adopted country may seem like a task... By SONAL UPRETI

  • Indian Heritage to Combat “Enron Ethics”

    Indian Heritage to Combat “Enron Ethics” February 2004 - Acclaimed author Robert Arnett's new series of richly illustrated children's books aims to sow a moral backbone with lessons harvested from his extensive travels in India. Reviewed By Parthiv N. Parekh

  • The Talented Mr. Tharoor

    The Talented Mr. Tharoor February 2004 - Featuring Shashi Tharoor, UN Diplomat and acclaimed author, most recently of Nehru: The Invention of India. By Murali Kamma

  • Q & A with the Governor

    Q & A with the Governor January 2004 - ... Georgia is changing, but it's going to change irrespective of those factors. I think that we have the opportunity to preserve adequate amount of heritage as we continue to evolve over the years.

  • Polished, Yet Pale

    Polished, Yet Pale January 2004 - 3 DEEWAREIN Director: Nagesh Kukunoor. Starring: Naseerudin Shah, Jackie Shroff, Juhi Chawla, Nagesh Kukunoor, Gulshan Grover.

  • Scaling the Walls in Bollywood

    Scaling the Walls in Bollywood January 2004 - With his latest film 3 Deewarein getting rave reviews, Atlantan Nagesh Kukunoor has firmly established himself as a filmmaker to reckon with.

  • One Big Fat Bridal Show

    One Big Fat Bridal Show January 2004 - Here's a multifaceted look at the wonderful world of our weddings...

  • The Governor and Us

    The Governor and Us January 2004 - Media sound-bites have attempted to paint Governor SONNY PERDUE as a racist ... Digging deeper, however, reveals a governor who has done the most, by many measures, to reach out to ethnic communities ...

  • “How are you feeling?”

    “How are you feeling?” January 2004 - Few persons generate as much empathy and concern as a returning Indian expatriate. By RANJANI NELLORE

  • Mom Knows Best? or Does She?

    Mom Knows Best? or Does She? December 2003 - This is perhaps not so surprising when one considers the long and eventful history of Indian Railways, which celebrated its150th anniversary earlier this year. By Murali Kamma






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