IT'S ALL ABOUT THE DESI WORLD

  • Indian Passage to the Caribbean

    Indian Passage to the Caribbean August 2013 - Close to 150,000 Indian migrants settled in Trinidad and Tobago. Visitors can enjoy many attractions that celebrate the Indian diaspora’s Caribbean legacy.

  • India ‘Stops’ Telegrams, Finally

    India ‘Stops’ Telegrams, Finally August 2013 - After 180 years in India, telegrams (except for international wires) have stopped. The mid-1980s saw over 60 million messages transmitted by 45,000 offices across India.

  • Ashoka Fellow Saru Jayaraman

    Ashoka Fellow Saru Jayaraman August 2013 - Named as one of the “top 13 women of color to watch,” Saru Jayaraman, who appeared at Atlanta’s Carter Center earlier this year, fights for the rights of restaurant workers.

  • BOOK MATTERS

    BOOK MATTERS August 2013 - Rajat Gupta: "The Billionaire’s Apprentice: The Rise of the Indian-American Elite and the Fall of the Galleon Hedge Fund" / A camel in Ahmedabad (children's book): Bye, Bye, Motabhai!

  • How Indians View America, China, Pakistan

    How Indians View America, China, Pakistan August 2013 - Indians like the U.S. most among 22 countries, going by the India Poll 2013, which also looked at threats, influence, strength of relationships, and domestic policies and priorities.

  • NOTABLE AND QUOTABLE

    NOTABLE AND QUOTABLE August 2013 - Audio pioneer Bose / India’s remittances from NRIs / Sri Srinivasan, on US’s second most important court / cremation for Americans / Amol Rajan, head of national newspaper in U.K.

  • Making Soldiers M-Fit

    Making Soldiers M-Fit May 2013 - Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training assists U.S. soldiers preparing for combat. Like meditation and yoga, it reduces stress, increases awareness, boosts performance, and reduces suicide rates.

  • Indian-American Guggenheim Fellows

    Indian-American Guggenheim Fellows May 2013 - Novelist Kiran Desai, academician Indira Viswanathan Peterson, filmmaker Sonali Gulati, and neuroscientist Charan Ranganath are among the 175 recipients of the 2013 Guggenheim Fellowship.

  • Girls who Root for STEM

    Girls who Root for STEM May 2013 - American universities will produce enough graduates for only 29 percent of the computer science jobs in 2020. Reshma Saujani of Girls who Code encourages girls to enter the field.

  • Ramayana Goes Digital

    Ramayana Goes Digital May 2013 - In May, the lavishly illustrated 17th century Mewar manuscript of the Ramayana becomes available online. The British Library worked with Mumbai’s CSMVS Museum and the Jamsetji Tata Trust.

 

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