IT'S ALL ABOUT THE DESI WORLD

  • WHAT THEY WON

    WHAT THEY WON April 2014 - The year is only three months old, but we’ve already seen a bunch of prizewinners receiving generous sums of money. They include writers, inventors, educators, and environmentalists.

  • WHAT HE SAID

    WHAT HE SAID April 2014 - Khushwant Singh, novelist, lawyer, politician, journalist, will be remembered for his history of the Sikhs, his generosity, bravery, and warmth, according to historian Ramachandra Guha.

  • E-BOOK MATTERS

    E-BOOK MATTERS April 2014 - “Old-fashioned” physical books still matter, but e-books play an important role for many reasons--for classics, recent novels, those not following the traditional publishing route, etc.

  • POP PHENOMENON IN PINK

    POP PHENOMENON IN PINK April 2014 - The story of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang of Sampat Pal Devi and her group of woman warriors) has been told in several books, a documentary, and movies--one controversial.

  • Walking Clocks, Talking Toys

    Walking Clocks, Talking Toys April 2014 - Toys that come alive have enchanted generations of children. Gauri Nanda made Clocky, a moving alarm clock; she and Audry Hill made Mailman, which links kids to your smartphone.

  • A Short and Selective Indian Glossary: FOOD BABE

    A Short and Selective Indian Glossary: FOOD BABE January 2014 - The names may or may not be familiar; what they all share is a recent relevance to Indians or Indian-Americans.

  • A SHORT INDIAN GLOSSARY: MANGALYAAN

    A SHORT INDIAN GLOSSARY: MANGALYAAN January 2014 - Literally meaning “Mars craft,” it’s the name of an Indian spacecraft heading to the Red Planet. India’s first interplanetary mission is officially called M-O-M (Mars Orbiter Mission).

  • A SHORT INDIAN GLOSSARY: Pamarthi

    A SHORT INDIAN GLOSSARY: Pamarthi January 2014 - Nina Davuluri got the most attention among all contestants in the 2014 Miss America pageant. But Bindhu Pamarthi, Miss District of Columbia 2013 was also a great contestant.

  • A SHORT INDIAN GLOSSARY: Saraswati

    A SHORT INDIAN GLOSSARY: Saraswati January 2014 - No, we’re not referring here to another Indian-American achiever. So, then, why did the goddess of knowledge and the arts draw media attention?

  • A SHORT INDIAN GLOSSARY: SATYAMEV JAYATE

    A SHORT INDIAN GLOSSARY: SATYAMEV JAYATE January 2014 - Translation: Truth Alone Prevails. This popular TV talk show, created and hosted by film star Aamir Khan, was a hit in India for the pioneering way it highlighted social problems.

 

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