THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • IndiaScope: A Tale of Two State Elections

    IndiaScope: A Tale of Two State Elections February 2018 - TWO NATIONS, STATES, & ELECTIONS: Alabama and Gujarat may have little in common, but as some pundits point out, two recent elections in these states shared similarities.

  • Americana: The Surprising and Lasting Legacy of America's Early Vacations

    Americana: The Surprising and Lasting Legacy of America's Early Vacations February 2018 - Old prejudices take time to dissipate, but the underappreciated "vacation" contributed to our American life by helping to break down class distinctions.

  • Tribute: SHASHI KAPOOR: Underrated, Underchallenged, but Deeply Loved

    Tribute: SHASHI KAPOOR: Underrated, Underchallenged, but Deeply Loved January 2018 - RIP, SHASHI KAPOOR. Humble, beloved, handsome, and charming though he was, the irresistible Shashi was long underrated as an actor. He was arguably India’s first successful crossover star.

  • Views: The Great Canadian Dream

    Views: The Great Canadian Dream January 2018 - Many students, techies, and entrepreneurs are now apprehensive about pursuing their dreams in the U.S. in the Age of Trump. Canada, the other land of immigrants, welcomes them.

  • The NRI: PAN and AADHAAR Cards: From Confusion to Clarity

    The NRI: PAN and AADHAAR Cards: From Confusion to Clarity January 2018 - If you are a NonResident Indian (NRI), or even an American citizen of Indian descent with official transactions in India, you may need an Indian PAN or AADHAAR card or both.

  • My Word: Cookies over Biscuits

    My Word: Cookies over Biscuits January 2018 - ENGLISH: GLOBAL AND LOCAL. The witty wordsmith, SHASHI THAROOR takes a mirthful look at the old adage that Britain and the U.S. are countries divided by a common language.

  • Pilgrimage: Seeking Shiva’s Blessings

    Pilgrimage: Seeking Shiva’s Blessings January 2018 - Hoping to eventually see all 12 prominent temples devoted to Shiva, the writer visits Srisailam, the abode of the second Jyotirlinga in the dense Nallamala Forest of southeastern India.

  • Americana: The Rise and Fall of the Wild Wild West

    Americana: The Rise and Fall of the Wild Wild West January 2018 - The demise of the legendary American West: Our native Indians lived in concert with the land, while many European-Americans believed that the land was there to be used and tamed.

  • Snapshot: A Brief Primer on Indian-American Christians

    Snapshot: A Brief Primer on Indian-American Christians December 2017 - According to Pew Research, 18% of Indian-Americans are Christians. Here’s a glimpse of their roots, outlooks, and political alignments, and how they might differ from American Christians.

  • Commentary: Relax Chauvinists, Hindi Can Win the Language Battle on Its Own

    Commentary: Relax Chauvinists, Hindi Can Win the Language Battle on Its Own December 2017 - RELAX, HINDI CHAUVINISTS, SAYS SHASHI THAROOR, the erudite MP: Shoving Hindi onto close to half of the nation that does not speak it does more harm than good. India has several “national languages.”

 

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