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  • Heritage: A Family of Fighters

    Heritage: A Family of Fighters April 2020 - Dance choreographer Joti Singh, who grew up in Georgia, was only 11 when she realized something that’s bound to stay with her for the rest of her life: she is the descendant of an Indian freedom fighter.

  • Education: Applying to colleges? Here's what they want to see

    Education: Applying to colleges? Here's what they want to see April 2020 - College admission in the United States has become a complicated and contentious issue. Ridden with ambiguity, complexity, difficulty, and information overload, the process often leads to disillusionment. Google searches, dinner table conversations, concerned arguments, last-minute scrambles, late nights, and many more scenarios may seem familiar to many.

  • Places: A View from the Balcony

    Places: A View from the Balcony April 2020 - Getting a flat with a balcony was not easy, since, in crowded Indian cities, every inch of covered area added to the value of the flat. Slices-of-life from the maximum city of Mumbai shed light on the dance of survival.

  • Commentary: A PANDEMIC IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION

    Commentary: A PANDEMIC IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION April 2020 - As the coronavirus disease spreads, creating a global pandemic and panic, how do we understand the implications of what we’re living through? As the author and columnist Thomas Friedman put it, our lives have been split into BC and AC: Before Coronavirus and After Coronavirus. Are we prepared for what lies ahead? And can we erase boundaries to come together and rebuild?

  • Interview: Metaphysics Meets Magical Realism

    Interview: Metaphysics Meets Magical Realism April 2020 - Vikram Paralkar is the newest Indian-American physician to gain wide attention as an author who shares his thoughts on the fiction he writes, his work and even his personal life.

  • Entertainment: A Guide for Binge Watchers

    Entertainment: A Guide for Binge Watchers March 2020 - SO MUCH TO WATCH, SO LITTLE TIME: While streaming has opened up a big world of Indian shows, it can be overwhelming. Here’s a handy guide.

  • My Turn: Losing Time or Saving Time?

    My Turn: Losing Time or Saving Time? March 2020 - IS SPRING FORWARD REALLY WORTH IT? A wry take on why Daylight Saving Time may not be Daylight Cost-Saving Time, given the inefficiency.

  • Opinion: India’s beautiful and secular legacy is worth fighting for

    Opinion: India’s beautiful and secular legacy is worth fighting for March 2020 - CONSCIENCE MATTERS, NOT A CALLOUS ACT: India’s discriminatory Citizen Amendment Act is unworthy of a secular democracy that champions equality.

  • Perspective: Are You a Good Hindu?

    Perspective: Are You a Good Hindu? March 2020 - PERSPECTIVE ON BEING A GOOD HINDU. Building bridges is important for the writer; what she avoids is participating in divisive debates on identity.

  • Is India at a Turning Point?

    Is India at a Turning Point? March 2020 - Not since Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s infamous Emergency rule, back in the mid-1970s, has Indian democracy been under such severe stress with a polarizing and authoritarian leader like Modi.

 

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