THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Commentary: Immigrant Crackdown Could Hurt All Georgians

    Commentary: Immigrant Crackdown Could Hurt All Georgians April 2018 - A BILL THAT’S BAD FOR GEORGIA: Senate Bill 452, if passed, will hurt immigrants in Georgia. But it will also have wider repercussions, harming local governments and even threatening the economy.

  • My Turn: ADDRESSING TOXIC SEXUALITY THROUGH THE WISDOM OF THE AGES

    My Turn: ADDRESSING TOXIC SEXUALITY THROUGH THE WISDOM OF THE AGES April 2018 - Through his roles as physician, professor, priest, poet, Sanskrit scholar, and community elder, DR. BHAGIRATH MAJMUDAR has interacted with thousands of young people, and advised hundreds on mating, marriage, and more.

  • IndiaScope: China Rising: The View from Mumbai

    IndiaScope: China Rising: The View from Mumbai April 2018 - TINAZ PAVRI reflects on a conference where scholars from Indian universities and other parts of the world spoke about the role of China in South Asia. India’s growing concerns are not unfounded.

  • Americana: Banned in Boston: Cen$#%s#$p in America

    Americana: Banned in Boston: Cen$#%s#$p in America April 2018 - Religious authorities were enraged about...I'm not talking about Padmaavat, but The Last Temptation of Christ. But ban the movie? No! Let's consider censorship and the right to free speech.

  • Commentary: The Idea of India

    Commentary: The Idea of India March 2018 - THE BATTLE FOR INDIA’S SOUL: The Indian Constitution protects minorities, champions the marginalized, and promotes plurality—but as recent events have shown, it can be subverted in practice.

  • Health: Key Nutritional Deficiencies among South Asians

    Health: Key Nutritional Deficiencies among South Asians March 2018 - THE UNIQUE DIETARY NEEDS OF SOUTH ASIANS: Changes in diet, climate, and lifestyle have led to nutritional deficiencies. Consider Vitamin D, and Fats, especially Omega-3 & Omega-6 fatty acids.

  • Journeys: Why We Left... and What I Found

    Journeys: Why We Left... and What I Found March 2018 - NEW YORK TO BENGALURU, ONE WAY: The author finds that life in India has no shortage of surprises. Excerpted from "The Milk Lady of Bangalore: An Unexpected Adventure" by Shoba Narayan © 2018.

  • Photo Essay: Himalayan Nomads

    Photo Essay: Himalayan Nomads March 2018 - ON THE MOVE IN THE HIMALAYAS: The vistas are spectacular, but for the Himalayan nomads, the threats of climate and social change, not to mention geopolitics, aren’t far away.

  • Nostalgia: An Ambrosia Called Puliyogare

    Nostalgia: An Ambrosia Called Puliyogare March 2018 - THE TASTE OF NOSTALGIA: Digging into her childhood days, the author muses about the marvels of tamarind rice, a dish that is both comfort food and exotic.

  • Americana: Two Raised Black Fists

    Americana: Two Raised Black Fists March 2018 - The Boston Tea Party, the First Amendment: here is a circumspect look at the legacy of protests and protesting. Thoreau was right—without the push of the people, we would be less of a country.

 

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