• Cover Story: A Chat with Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard

    Cover Story: A Chat with Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard January 2014 - Hindu Americans lacked public leaders to bridge the gap between image and reality, between it and the mainstream. No longer. Meet Hawaii’s Tulsi Gabbard, first Hindu in Congress.

  • Deck the Halls with Boughs of ... Mango!

    Deck the Halls with Boughs of ... Mango! December 2013 - Christmas in India: so many cultures and ways to celebrate—from Santa Claus on an elephant to gifts under a decorated banana tree. Here is a tour of customs and cuisine.

  • KA-BOOM: The Resurgence of Indian Comics

    KA-BOOM: The Resurgence of Indian Comics November 2013 - The golden era of Indian comics was dominated by Amar Chitra Katha. The enterprise is again gaining superpowers, not unlike some of its characters, with conventions like
    Comic Con.

  • Visitors & Expats

    Visitors & Expats October 2013 - India isn't for everyone. The number of people, the creaky infrastructure--but it's an adventure, it's affordable for medical tourists, and it's even home to many expats.

  • Hell in Your Own Home

    Hell in Your Own Home September 2013 - “Model minority” or not, the Indian-American community has been far from immune to domestic violence. Scores of South Asian women in the U.S. have been abused and traumatized.

  • Touchdowns in the Land of Sixers

    Touchdowns in the Land of Sixers August 2013 - WHAT, AMERICAN FOOTBALL IN INDIA?! The Elite Football League of India (EFLI) is a bold initiative. We talk to Bangalore Warhawks' Roshon Lobo about the formidable challenges.

  • Studying India

    Studying India July 2013 - Yale raised $55 million to fund four new professorships and other programs in Indian and South Asian studies. Heritage students are studying India. What accounts for this rising focus?

  • Train Hopping

    Train Hopping June 2013 - "Of the two years I had spent in India, my fondest memories were of the trains," writes U.K.-based Monisha Rajesh. Her debut book takes the reader on 80 trains over four months.

  • Celebrated Storytellers

    Celebrated Storytellers May 2013 - Interviews with Salman Rushdie and Deepa Mehta: Midnight’s Children, South Asian writing, Rushdie's memoir of the fatwa years, India’s rising intolerance, filmmaking, women, and identity.


    MONEY MAN April 2013 - Ali Velshi is CNN International’s World Business Day co-host on weekdays, and the anchor of Your Money on weekends. In an interview with Khabar, Velshi shares his insights on money issues.






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