• Doctors Who Write

    Doctors Who Write September 2003 - The Firm, The Pelican Brief and The Client are just some of the thrillers that were not only best selling novels, but also blockbuster films that raked in huge profits. By Murali Kamma

  • Filthy Rich

    Filthy Rich September 2003 - The wealth of India's neo rich is surpassed only by their desire to flaunt it By SAIKAT CHAKRABORTY

  • An Atlantan’s Indian Odyssey

    An Atlantan’s Indian Odyssey September 2003 - IVY MOULTRIE of Atlanta discovers that it's the people who make India truly memorable! A touching account of her encounters and experiences during a journey that took her to several cities across India.

  • Yoga Y'all?

    Yoga Y'all? September 2003 - In India it's simply a way of life ? an age old sacred science that helps in attaining one's zenith, first for the physical self and then the mental. In America, however, yoga has taken on new dimensions. By Deepa Agarwal

  • Indian Railways: Journey of a Lifetime

    Indian Railways: Journey of a Lifetime August 2003 - The Railways is not merely a transport organization, but a small revolution in itself, and has changed India's social, cultural and economic life in more ways than we often realize.

  • The Pain of Partition

    The Pain of Partition August 2003 - T. R. SHARMA recounts those terrible days when many families made the trek from one part of partitioned Punjab to the other - their lives broken at a time when the country was waking from years of subjugation.

  • Of Rotlis and Cornbread

    Of Rotlis and Cornbread August 2003 - Nothing shouts "ethnic" and sets us apart from the mainstream as our food and food customs. AJANTA PATEL, a born and raised American, ponders about dining experiences from her bicultural childhood.

  • Lessons in Assimilation

    Lessons in Assimilation August 2003 - JEWISH AMERICANS may well be the most mainstream of the ethnic communities. This, along with their exemplary success, makes them an ideal role model in assimilation...

  • “Give me blood, and I will give you freedom”

    “Give me blood, and I will give you freedom” August 2003 - Rama S. Khandwala, who as a 17 year-old was a member of the Rani Jhansi Regiment of the Azad Hind Fauj led by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, relives some of her first hand memories...

  • American Views

    American Views July 2003 - How Indian-Americans and India are perceived in the U.S.






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