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OUR COVER STORY
March 2016 -
PENNING STORIES, PUBLISHING BOOKS: Khabar spoke to local writers Anjali Enjeti, Ajay Vishwanathan, Anju Gattani, Kamla Dutt, Reetika Khanna Nijhawan, Soniah Kamal, Tinaz Pavri, and Waqas Khwaja.
February 2016 -
TREVOR WILLIAMS, editor of Global Atlanta, is one of Atlanta’s leading journalists on global business. His commentary and reporting in this article highlights India's economic prospects.
January 2016 -
INDIAN ACTORS GO MAINSTREAM. Move over, stereotypes. Priyanka Chopra’s Quantico is not the only example, as Indians make a place for themselves in American movies and TV.
December 2015 -
Interview: Author Rana Dasgupta looks at the moneyed elite who have remade Delhi. In his new book, Capital, he shows how capitalism run amok has consequences that are disillusioning and tragic.
November 2015 -
Narendra Modi’s one-year-old government has seen more troughs than peaks. While his rockstar performances abroad have raised the nation’s international profile several notches, back home, Indians are puzzled—and many disturbed—about the man they’ve elected as Prime Minister.
October 2015 -
They dig deep into their musical roots and have a staggering range––from raga to reggae, hip-hop to Indian folk and Gypsy swing. This cross-cultural mix is brewed with an unerring feel for melody, rhythm and soul, and is capturing global audiences.
September 2015 -
Indian movies are increasingly brave, individualistic, and not tied to any musty formula. Filmgoers can opt for IQ over item number, and matter over muscle–-still with the beautiful music.
August 2015 -
A STUNNING COCKTAIL OF ART, MYTHOLOGY, AND SPIRITUALITY. Artist Abhishek Singh creates drawings, paintings, comics, and his graphic novel Krishna: A Journey Within, prodigiously.
July 2015 -
Indian-Americans emphasize education. Many are in well-performing public schools, but the affluent don’t ignore private schools. Who chooses which, and why? Khabar takes an in-depth look.
June 2015 -
In an interview with the filmmaker during her appearance in Atlanta, we probe the fog of speculation surrounding India’s Daughter—why she made the film, and her views on patriarchal culture.