THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Excerpt: The Rise of India's Bollygarchs

    Excerpt: The Rise of India's Bollygarchs October 2018 - A RINGSIDE VIEW OF INDIA’S SUPERRICH CLUB: In The Billionaire Raj, author James Crabtree
    shows us how the glitzy Bollygarchs rose to prominence in India.

  • Festival Art Contest

    Festival Art Contest October 2018 - OUR 2018 ART CONTEST WINNERS: To kick off the fall festivities, budding young artists display their talent in a spurt of dazzling colors and vivid imagination. Our judge was artist Malika Garrett.

  • IndiaScope:Indo-Pak Relations in the Imran Khan Era

    IndiaScope:Indo-Pak Relations in the Imran Khan Era October 2018 - Although Khan recalls playing cricket in India with fondness, and although he and Modi
    have reached out since the election, any rapprochement could be tempered by the Pakistani
    military’s agenda.

  • Americana: What, White Privilege?!!

    Americana: What, White Privilege?!! October 2018 - Soon, the faces of America will no longer be lily white. Gone will be people tethered by skin to our country’s founding peoples and principles. The end of White Privilege is nigh.

  • Spotlight: From Feroz to Feroza: A Journey of Courage, Vindication, and Triumph

    Spotlight: From Feroz to Feroza: A Journey of Courage, Vindication, and Triumph September 2018 - FEROZA SYED: Her journey—from suicidal to successful—is inspiring, especially for the transgender community, but it’s also an instructive story for everyone.

  • People: From Music to Meditation

    People: From Music to Meditation September 2018 - Joshua Pollock, from rural Maine, now lives in India. A Western classical violinist, he is a member of A. R. Rahman’s KM Music Conservatory, a meditation instructor, and co-author of The Heartfulness Way.

  • Commentary: Political Apathy Is No Solution

    Commentary: Political Apathy Is No Solution September 2018 - WHEN SILENCE IS NOT AN OPTION: Indian immigrants don't like to rock the boat. A high school student says that now immigrants could learn a thing or two from their kids about political engagement.

  • Milestones: A Bibliophile’s “World Cup”

    Milestones: A Bibliophile’s “World Cup” September 2018 - Not only did a writer and book enthusiast get a front-row seat at the Golden Man Booker Prize ceremony, but he met authors like Michael Ondaatje—and V. S. Naipaul, who died recently.

  • My Turn: Climbing the Pyramid

    My Turn: Climbing the Pyramid September 2018 - HOOKED ON ABC’s $100,000 PYRAMID: What’s it like to be on a mind-challenging, nerve-racking game show on TV—and be successful? An inside look from an Atlantan, Archith Seshadri.

  • Perspective: Building a Bicultural Life

    Perspective: Building a Bicultural Life September 2018 - How movies and TV shows in the 80s helped a young teen immigrant from India make sense of her two worlds. How does ‘race’ define you, she asks, when it was absent before you became an American?

 

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