IT'S ALL ABOUT THE DESI WORLD

  • Family is first for Indian-Americans

    Family is first for Indian-Americans July 2012 - Family is first for Indian-Americans. A Pew Research Center survey of Asian Americans looks at marriage, parenting, values, and whether immigrants strengthen the U.S.

  • New exhibit showcases Punjabi pioneers

    New exhibit showcases Punjabi pioneers July 2012 - An exhibit on the legacy of Punjabi and other immigrant pioneers was unveiled in Yuba City, California (known for its annual Sikh parade). And "Homespun" will be a Smithsonian exhibit on migrants from India.

  • How do you spell Humuhumunukunukuapuaa?

    How do you spell Humuhumunukunukuapuaa? July 2012 - Clean sweeps for Indian-Americans: the top three places at the 2012 National Spelling Bee championship AND the National Geographic Bee were Indian-American--and there were seven Indian-Americans in the top 10 of the latter!

  • WHO’S WHO IN INDIA INC.

    WHO’S WHO IN INDIA INC. July 2012 - The Economic Times and IMRB International have again done their surveys to determine the top 10 Global Indian Thought Leaders, Global Business Leaders, CEOs in India, and Women CEOs in India.

  • Passion and tragedy in Rajasthan

    Passion and tragedy in Rajasthan July 2012 - Here's another British movie set in India featuring Rajasthan’s hospitality industry. Trishna features Freida Pinto (not Dev Patel), fancy palaces, an antihero, a gory climax, and an R rating.

  • Preet Bharara: Man of the Moment

    Preet Bharara: Man of the Moment July 2012 - Preet Bharara is on the cover of Time magazine and is one of its 100 most influential people this year. He's a U.S. attorney prosecuting cybercrimes and financial crimes associated with Wall Street.

  • BOOK MATTERS

    BOOK MATTERS July 2012 - Summer reading: Aerogrammes and Other Stories-- Tania James; Call Me Russell: Inside the Outside--comedian Russell Peters; Breakout Nations: In Pursuit of the Next Economic Miracles--Ruchir Sharma; and The Thing About Thugs--Tabish Khair.

  • WHERE KABADDI RULES

    WHERE KABADDI RULES June 2012 - Kabaddi is now a sport for men and women, and not just in India. This year, at the first world kabaddi championship for women, India received the world cup. Sixteen nations were represented.

  • Studying Indian Trends at Harvard Business School

    Studying Indian Trends at Harvard Business School June 2012 - Harvard Business School is using India for 90 of its case studies! In one, “Terror at the Taj Bombay: Customer-Centric Leadership,” Rohit Deshpande explores the employees' courage in the 2008 crisis.

  • Sounds of Bollywood in Uzbekistan

    Sounds of Bollywood in Uzbekistan June 2012 - Uzbekistan has been a favorite spot for Indian filmmakers, e.g. for Agent Vinod. Before that, many Indian stars were well known there, from several films per week being shown on Uzbeki television.

 

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