• Not a Gay Topic

    Not a Gay Topic March 2004 - The recent Presidential proposal for a Constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage has launched a national debate. But are Indian-Americans engaged, or do we continue to pretend that the issue does not exist?

  • A Model Indian

    A Model Indian February 2004 - Rarely do we publish cover features on personalities. Usually, that space is reserved for compelling and relevant themes that directly affect a community of immigrants such as us.

  • A Faith Driven Governor in a Secular Society

    A Faith Driven Governor in a Secular Society January 2004 - Based on our meeting with him, as well as on our conversations with a varied cross section of people, one thing appears clear: the governor does not deserve the bad rap he has been dished out - as being a racist.

  • Happy New Year

    Happy New Year December 2003 - Human bondage bordering on slavery seems like a social ill of generations past. Sadly, it is still alive in these high tech and civilized times, but worse; it is America ?the paragon of freedom ? that is used by the ... By KAMALIKA BANERJEE

  • The Bobby Jindal Irony

    The Bobby Jindal Irony November 2003 - The Indian-American community is on the verge of a historical landmark. The man responsible for it is Bobby Jindal, the frontrunner in the candidacy for Governor of Louisiana.

  • Keeping Diwali Alive

    Keeping Diwali Alive October 2003 - Parenting a toddler may well be one of the most effective of catalysts to bring about change in one's perspectives on life; more so for first generation immigrant parents raising their children in the new country.

  • The Mechanics of Madness

    The Mechanics of Madness September 2003 - On Monday, August 25th, 2003 twin bomb blasts in Mumbai killed more than 50.

  • “What’s so great about India?”

    “What’s so great about India?” August 2003 - It was a simple question from a persistent skeptic and a cynic. Notwithstanding the motives behind the question, an attempt at reflecting on it does serve as a good exercise in commemorating the 57th anniversary of India's Independence Day.

  • Shoot the Messenger!

    Shoot the Messenger! July 2003 - Nationalistically speaking, we Indians are a proud lot. And rightly so, there is a lot in our glorious heritage to be proud of.

  • Who would have ever thought ...

    Who would have ever thought ... June 2003 - Imagine 20 years ago, if someone had said to you that sometime in the near future, India was going to be the outsource capital of the world. You probably would have shaken your head and said this guy is crazy.






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