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OUR COVER STORY
January 2017 -
We did not get Madam President, but these South Asian women, rising stars in the political universe, offer hope, and pushback to Trumpism. If minority women are doing well, perhaps all is not lost.
December 2016 -
In a world torn apart by violence, distrust, and prejudice, music is indeed the food of love. An American music teacher took 20 Pakistani students on a concert trip from Karachi to Mumbai.
November 2016 -
DESI DESIGNERS MAKE A SPLASH: Rachel Roy, Waris Ahluwalia, Naeem Khan, and Pia Fleming are some who have managed to storm the citadels of high-end U.S. fashion, despite competition and cliques.
October 2016 -
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: “Trump’s a whacko, Clinton’s a liar,” seems to be the word on the street. Editor-in-chief Parthiv N. Parekh and Republican activist Narender Reddy present their views.
September 2016 -
The male-dominated tech world is showing signs of opening up, largely due to the efforts of women themselves. Here’s are some trailblazers at the forefront of the geek glass ceiling.
August 2016 -
Something has been happening in Indian cinema recently. Indian films are going digital, international, and short, but most importantly there is a new and refreshing variety of themes.
July 2016 -
EATING MY WAY THROUGH DELHI: On a recent stay in India, the author rekindled memories of childhood with staples she grew up on. Add the new offerings of modern Delhi, and it's gastronomic heaven.
June 2016 -
LGBTQ SOUTH ASIANS have remained on the sidelines of communities for far too long. They have endured the double whammy of being outcasts by sexual orientation and as brown immigrants.
May 2016 -
The tiny Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan combines an ancient culture and pristine natural beauty with a pragmatic approach to modern living. Has Bhutan found the elusive recipe for happiness?
April 2016 -
The thought of Donald Trump as president horrifies many people, even in the GOP. Yet, he is far from friendless among Indian-Americans, though they continue to favor Democrats in an unusual, unsettling election.