IT'S ALL ABOUT THE DESI WORLD

  • A QUIZ FOR OCTOBER

    A QUIZ FOR OCTOBER October 2015 - Jhumpa Lahiri received a National Humanities Medal recently at the White House. Established in 1997, the medal is awarded to individuals or groups for broadening our understanding of the humanities. Who was the only other Indian-origin recipient of this medal?

  • A QUIZ FOR SEPTEMBER

    A QUIZ FOR SEPTEMBER September 2015 - A QUIZ FOR SEPTEMBER / GOLD FOR ACADEMIC OLYMPIANS / AN AMERICAN GOLDEN JUBILEE (INS Act of 1965) / BEAUTY QUEENS PRIYA AND PRIYANKA / A CULT MOVIE TURNS 40: Sholay

  • A QUIZ FOR AUGUST

    A QUIZ FOR AUGUST August 2015 - A QUIZ FOR AUGUST / GAINING VISIBILITY ON TV / CHAND AND HIS GARDEN / SAINATH ROOTS FOR PARI / EPICS INSPIRE CARD GAMES

  • A QUIZ FOR JULY

    A QUIZ FOR JULY July 2015 - A QUIZ FOR JULY / MATAJI—A YOGA PIONEER / ANIMATED BIG B, COMING SOON / B FOR BATON, C FOR CONDUCTOR / HOW THE U.S. VIEWS OTHER NATIONS

  • 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."

 

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