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  • Journeys: Singapore, Foodie Heaven

    Journeys: Singapore, Foodie Heaven April 2019 - SINGAPORE: A FOODIE HEAVEN where hawker markets are a national treasure. The tiny island nation offers Chinese, Indian, and Malay cuisines, with influences from Indonesia, Korea, and Japan.

  • Commentary: The Great Indian Paradox

    Commentary: The Great Indian Paradox April 2019 - Are women in India making progress? Yes, absolutely, and some trends—such as the number of female airline pilots—will astonish you. But the story of women’s progress in India is complicated.

  • IndiaScope: Turmoil and Tragedy in Kashmir

    IndiaScope: Turmoil and Tragedy in Kashmir April 2019 - For the first time since the 1971 war of Bangladesh, Indian jets crossed the line of control (LOC) into Pakistani airspace. After an Indian fighter pilot was downed, both sides called for sanity.

  • Off the Beaten Path: The Journey of a Standup Comedian

    Off the Beaten Path: The Journey of a Standup Comedian March 2019 - A DOCUMENTARY OR A SELF-MOCUMENTARY? A comedian from Alabama heads to India, and what happens is funny…or maybe cringe-worthy! "American Hasi" is an endearing documentary about his struggles.

  • Films: Shelly Chopra Dhar’s Successful Use of Commercial Cinema for a Social Message

    Films: Shelly Chopra Dhar’s Successful Use of Commercial Cinema for a Social Message March 2019 - In our exclusive interview, director Shelly Chopra Dhar talks about "Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga." The girl-meets-girl story is a milestone in commercial Bollywood cinema.

  • Interview: An Incident in Atlanta

    Interview: An Incident in Atlanta March 2019 - INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR AND POET DEVI LASKAR. A traumatic episode in Atlanta became the impetus for a former Atlantan’s compelling debut novel, "The Atlas of Reds and Blues."

  • Nostalgia: The Britcom Remedy

    Nostalgia: The Britcom Remedy March 2019 - BRITCOMS: LAUGHTER AND NOSTALGIA. An ode to cherished family rituals from the author’s childhood in India. These TV shows ended up being a source of comfort in her student days in the USA.

  • Travel: The Age-Old Circle of Life in the Jungle

    Travel: The Age-Old Circle of Life in the Jungle March 2019 - NATURE’S GLORIES AT RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK. A big cat closing in on its prey is just one of the many awe-inspiring moments awaiting the patient visitor. A visitor muses on the rhythms of nature.

  • IndiaScope: Reflections on Indian Democracy

    IndiaScope: Reflections on Indian Democracy March 2019 - How does the average Indian see their nation’s long engagement with democracy? What does living in a democracy mean? Is it something sacred, worth fighting for? Do Indians love democracy?

  • Commentary: Is This America?

    Commentary: Is This America? February 2019 - LEGAL IMMIGRANTS FACE HARSH REALITIES: Green Card holders, and even perhaps naturalized Citizens, are no longer safe from the assault on immigrants that the Trump administration has unleashed.

 

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