THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Happenings: At IIFA, Bollywood Takes a Bite of the Big Apple

    Happenings: At IIFA, Bollywood Takes a Bite of the Big Apple August 2017 - IIFA 2017: THE SIZZLE, THE DAZZLE, AND THE LETDOWNS: The International Indian Film Academy bought Bollywood to New York for their 18th Awards extravaganza. Here’s our exclusive report on its highs and lows.

  • Indo-American Relations: Building The Ties That Bind

    Indo-American Relations: Building The Ties That Bind August 2017 - THE MODI-TRUMP “BROMANCE”: CAN THE TWO NATIONS CASH IN ON IT? From fighting terrorism to trade deficit, there are many bilateral issues. What did Modi’s recent U.S. visit achieve?

  • Movie Review: The Big Sick

    Movie Review: The Big Sick August 2017 - Kumail Nanjiani and his wife wrote the screenplay for The Big Sick from their own romance. It releases this month to much acclaim. Interracial romance, parents object--and then there's a twist!

  • Arts: South Asians in the Performing Arts: Three Journeys

    Arts: South Asians in the Performing Arts: Three Journeys August 2017 - HOW TO GET AHEAD IN THEATER: The passions and pitfalls encountered by brown artists—transiting between clichéd roles and mainstream ones, and their need to carve out their own paths.

  • Commentary: Indian Outsourcing: End or Beginning?

    Commentary: Indian Outsourcing: End or Beginning? August 2017 - DO OR DIE TIME FOR THE INDIAN IT SECTOR: The current political backlash against outsourcing seems ominous, but it can also spell opportunity. Without change, Indian IT will decline.

  • TalkTime: Designing Woman

    TalkTime: Designing Woman August 2017 - Interior designer Taniya Nayak has appeared on HGTV, Food Network, and ABC. She designs hot new restaurants and high-end residential projects and owns several restaurants in the Boston area.

  • IndiaScope: A New South-Asian Diaspora in Europe

    IndiaScope: A New South-Asian Diaspora in Europe August 2017 - A new South Asian diaspora is afoot in Europe: new places (countries already reeling from economic malaise), new people (fewer Indians), and born of desperation--undocumented and less educated.

  • Americana: America’s Other God: The Technology Illusion

    Americana: America’s Other God: The Technology Illusion August 2017 - Is more technology really the answer? Steve Jobs limited its use at home. It hasn't made our kids excel in school. The social cost is high. Personal contact, listening, relationships are needed.

  • Youth Spotlight: Naman, the Quiz Kid

    Youth Spotlight: Naman, the Quiz Kid July 2017 - QUIZ WHIZ NAMAN SHAH OF ATLANTA: Picked from about 10,000 candidates, 15-year-old Naman, a bundle of curiosity, energy, and passion, was on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" And yes, he won a nice prize!

  • Books: WHOSE INDIA IS IT ANYWAY?

    Books: WHOSE INDIA IS IT ANYWAY? July 2017 - A DIVA OF FICTION RETURNS, AFTER 20 YEARS. Arundhati Roy’s second novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, is, like India, brimming with colorful characters and heartrending stories.

 

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