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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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
March 2013 -
MOM-AND-POP MOTELS TO MARRIOTTS: Building on the foundations that their parents laid, a new generation is transforming the role of Indian-Americans in the hospitality industry.
February 2013 -
Who's in charge of chronicling our history in America, mainly from the late 1800s? Will the stories of the first-generation pioneers be buried with them? Here are initiatives—and you can participate!