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OUR COVER STORY
May 2015 -
Tantalizing destinations are less than a tankful of gas away: forests, waterfalls, mountains, beaches, historic towns, wine country, and the country music capital of the world.
April 2015 -
It’s exciting times for Indian cuisine when a national trendsetter like Whole Foods is experimenting with a concept called "Dosateria,” the South Indian classic in an American avatar.
March 2015 -
Why would an individual invest in India, with the complexity of legal codes, tax consequences in two countries, repatriation, and risk of currency fluctuation? Superior gains!
February 2015 -
AMBASSADOR JAISHANKAR (now India's foreign secretary) talks to Khabar about assuming office in the US, steering relations onto a healthier track, and changing the US perception of India.
January 2015 -
INDIAN-AMERICANS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST EBOLA: As this viral epidemic spreads across West Africa creating ripples of fear around the world, Khabar speaks to several local health professionals.
December 2014 -
THE “SHERIFF OF WALL STREET”: U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara's high-profile cases (Rajaratnam, Gupta, D’Souza, Martoma, just to mention South Asians) and controversies (Devyani Khobragade).
November 2014 -
BEYOND MODI-SON SQUARE GARDEN: an eyewitness account of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s historic appearance and speech at New York City’s iconic arena, with background and reactions.
October 2014 -
Charitable galas are increasingly glamorous, capitalizing on the affluence of the Indian-American community as a means to give back to underprivileged communities in India and the USA.
September 2014 -
Sandeep Jauhar is a reluctant physician...in some ways. He loves medicine but hates that we have dissatisfied patients, unhappy doctors, and a dysfunctional health care system.
August 2014 -
FROM THE KAMA SUTRA TO CONTEMPORARY SEXUALITY IN INDIA: British journalist Sally Howard, in The Kama Sutra Diaries, looks at the sexual revolution sweeping urban India.