IT'S ALL ABOUT THE DESI WORLD

  • Indian Scholars Rise at American Universities

    Indian Scholars Rise at American Universities March 2012 - Honors galore: last month Amartya Sen became the first Indian to receive the National Humanities Medal. Lately, several Indian-Americans have been appointed deans at American universities, and several head U.S. universities.

  • PINK CITY BASKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

    PINK CITY BASKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT February 2012 - Jaipur, one of India’s major tourist attractions, also has the happiest residents, says a major poll; it just hosted Indian Diaspora Conclave and the largest literature festival in Asia.

  • INDIAN FOOD ON AMERICAN STREETS

    INDIAN FOOD ON AMERICAN STREETS February 2012 - In the U.S., Indian street food is practically unheard of. One pioneer is India Jones Chow Truck in the Los Angeles area. In Atlanta, check out the award-winning Good Food Truck, with some Indian flavors.

  • DOING DIPLOMACY WITH LAUGH LINES

    DOING DIPLOMACY WITH LAUGH LINES February 2012 - The goal is to ‘Make Chai Not War.’ That’s the title Azhar Usman, Rajiv Satyal and Hari Kondabolu use for their comedy routine, funded by the State Department and performed on a tour in India.

  • BIENNIAL MAKING DEBUT IN INDIA

    BIENNIAL MAKING DEBUT IN INDIA February 2012 - Contemporary visual art will be the focus for India’s first biennial, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, which will be held this year in Kerala along the lines of the famed Venice Biennale.

  • SAYING GOODBYE IN 2011

    SAYING GOODBYE IN 2011 December 2011 - As another year winds down, the holidays allow us to hit pause so that we can relax and reflect. And remember. Khabar offers a roundup of 14 Indians, including one Indian-American, who passed away in 2011.

  • How Bilingualism Benefits the Brain

    How Bilingualism Benefits the Brain November 2011 - Fascinating facts about what knowing more than one language does for us: for example, even though just one language is being used while speaking, both languages are active in a bilingual brain! And there are many varied effects and benefits of bilingualism.

  • Three Indian-Americans Win Prestigious National Awards

    Three Indian-Americans Win Prestigious National Awards November 2011 - Three Indian-Americans were among the 12 recipients of last year's National Medal of Technology and Innovation, and the National Medal of Science. Two won for work in energy efficiency and one for work in probability theory.

  • Welcome to the City of Wisdom

    Welcome to the City of Wisdom November 2011 - Hastinapur, the City of Wisdom, in Argentina (!) has 10 temples dedicated to various gods and religions. One can take classes in philosophy, meditation, yoga, even sacred drama. Visit it when you are down there!

  • Desi Rappers Protest and Celebrate

    Desi Rappers Protest and Celebrate November 2011 - A rap singer and a rap group--with Indians/Indian-Americans--show how second generation Indian-Americans break stereotypes as they range far from traditional careers.

 

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