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July 2014 -
Caves can be dark, mysterious, even frightening--but surely, also thrilling. History meets myth and legend here. To step in is to step back in time and rediscover India.
June 2014 -
WHY ARE IMMIGRANT INDIANS HIGHLY PRONE TO HEART DISEASE? This explanation of an overdriven carb/insulin metabolism, plus stress of social dislocation, is eye-opening.
May 2014 -
In 2008 Rinku Singh and Dinesh Kumar Patel had never heard of baseball. Within less than a year they were pitchers for the Pittsburgh Pirates; then their story became a movie.
April 2014 -
Indian cuisine is breaking through into the mainstream. Khabar spoke to some local chefs and critics who share their enthusiasm for Indian food. “It’s such a vast cuisine."
Indian General Election 2014: The Greatest Mobilization on Earth and How Indian-Americans engage with itMarch 2014 - THE WORLD’S LARGEST DEMOCRACY IN ACTION: India’s upcoming election—with a weakened
Congress on the defensive and a resurgent BJP on the offensive—is drawing much attention.
February 2014 -
Indian-American fathers deal with both generational changes in their role and cultural ones; patriarchal privileges that their fathers enjoyed have disappeared altogether.
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.
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.
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
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.