IT'S ALL ABOUT THE DESI WORLD

  • A Quiz for June

    A Quiz for June June 2015 - A QUIZ FOR JUNE / MUSEUMS CELEBRATE INDIAN DIASPORA / “NOBEL” FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS / BOOK MATTERS FOR SUMMER / RECAPTURING CINEMA’S LOST GLORY

  • DESI WORLD

    DESI WORLD March 2015 - YOGA GAINS HIGHER PROFILE / TACKLING RAPE HEROICALLY / INDIAN-AMERICANS BAG GRAMMYS / THE DECCAN LINK TO DINOSAURS / SCALING SEVEN PEAKS ON SEVEN CONTINENTS / INDIAN NONFICTION BOOM

  • EIGHT NOTABLE ITEMS BEHIND THE HEADLINES

    EIGHT NOTABLE ITEMS BEHIND THE HEADLINES February 2015 - Richard Verma, Dr. Vivek Murthy, Arun Majumdar / Radhika Nagpal's robots / OCI and PIO cards / migrants / groceries delivered / sculptor Anish Kapoor / Murty Classical Library / StoryTruck

  • IN MEMORIAM 2014

    IN MEMORIAM 2014 December 2014 - As another year winds down, we pause, relax, and reflect—and remember. Khabar offers a selected roundup of Indians—from here and from India—and some Indophiles—who died in the 11 months of 2014, excluding December.

  • Tidbit from 2014: award for inventors

    Tidbit from 2014: award for inventors October 2014 - The Lemelson-MIT prize, worth $500,000, America’s most generous award for inventors, went to an Indian-American for the first time: Sangeeta Bhatia, a professor of biomedical engineering.

  • Tidbit from 2014: world’s top award in mathematics

    Tidbit from 2014: world’s top award in mathematics October 2014 - Princeton-based Manjul Bhargava became the first Indian-American winner of the Fields Medal, which along with the Abel Prize is the world’s top award in mathematics, known as the "Nobel of math."

  • Tidbit from 2014: smart shoes

    Tidbit from 2014: smart shoes October 2014 - Walkers and joggers can order a pair of smart shoes from India. Called Lechal (translation: take me along) and described as the world’s first haptic footwear, the shoes do more than walk.

  • Tidbit from 2014: Pro Kabbadi League

    Tidbit from 2014: Pro Kabbadi League October 2014 - India’s first Pro Kabaddi League tournament, featuring eight teams that included four Korean and other foreign players, was a success, with only the Indian Premier League drawing more viewers.

  • Tidbit from 2014: World Food Prize

    Tidbit from 2014: World Food Prize October 2014 - Dr. Sanjaya Rajaram, winner of this year’s $250,000 World Food Prize, is a citizen of Mexico, not India or the U.S.--but he was born in India. He went to Australia for his Ph.D.

  • Tidbit from 2014: foreign students pursuing STEM

    Tidbit from 2014: foreign students pursuing STEM October 2014 - India accounts for four of the top 10 source cities among foreign students pursuing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) in the U.S. More interesting education facts here.

 

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