THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Talk Time: Inspired by Nature

    Talk Time: Inspired by Nature March 2017 - Maanasa Mendu is a ninth-grader who was named “America’s Top Young Scientist” for creating Harvest, a bio-inspired device that uses alternative sources to produce energy.

  • Americana: Winners and Losers

    Americana: Winners and Losers March 2017 - Americans believe in working, not being a "loser"--but the definition has changed over time. In a village where rich and poor live side by side, it is difficult to call your neighbor a loser.

  • Tribute: All the World Was His Stage

    Tribute: All the World Was His Stage February 2017 - OM PURI was one of the rare few who have been revered in Indian cinema for their sheer acting prowess. He could lend authenticity to just about any character he was tasked to portray.

  • Perspective: The Immigrant as Global Citizen

    Perspective: The Immigrant as Global Citizen February 2017 - MOIN RAHMAN and his family saw themselves as citizens of the United States, but also as citizens of the world. Adopting the virtues of a cosmopolitan life may be precisely the need of the times.

  • Musings: Grieving a Loss, Celebrating a Life

    Musings: Grieving a Loss, Celebrating a Life February 2017 - DEEPAK SINGH, born in India and married to an American, has been in the USA for 13 years—but he wasn’t prepared for his father-in-law’s Christian funeral ceremony, very different to an Indian one.

  • Films: A Charmer about Young Love amidst Culture Clash

    Films: A Charmer about Young Love amidst Culture Clash February 2017 - GROWING UP SMITH: YOUNG LOVE & FITTING IN. Strong performances, polished filmmaking override the stereotyping. An endearing film, as Indian themes and characters continue their rise in US movies.

  • Travel: Junglee Days: Humbled by the Deep Forest

    Travel: Junglee Days: Humbled by the Deep Forest February 2017 - SUSHEELA SRINIVAS's Bengaluru may be congested and noisy, but its proximity to wildlife sanctuaries allows her to go on exciting and humbling safaris, and restful stays at lodges and resorts.

  • Indiascope: An Interim Perspective on Demonetization

    Indiascope: An Interim Perspective on Demonetization February 2017 - ‘Notebandi,’ as the Modi government’s demonetization exercise is called in India, stunned the nation and caused chaos. Will the sudden withdrawal of 86% of India’s currency be beneficial?

  • Talk TIme: Tales of Sales: MBA to Minimum Wage

    Talk TIme: Tales of Sales: MBA to Minimum Wage February 2017 - Deepak Singh worked as a radio reporter for the BBC in India. But in the United States, he became another underemployed immigrant without a job in his field. He writes about his stint in retail.

  • Americana: The Greatest Gifts of the Greatest Generation

    Americana: The Greatest Gifts of the Greatest Generation February 2017 - November was a lousy month, by personal loss and by the sense that something died with the election of Trump. Institutions—church, government, media, universities—and the family—are in turmoil.

 

DIGITAL ISSUE

12-17-Cover-TrainJourneys.jpg
 

 

eKhabar

Sign up for our weekly newsletter
eKhabar

Click here    

DineshMehta-CPA-Banner-0813.jpg

PrimeTravels_Banner ad_1017.gif 

Raj&Patel-CPA-Web-Banner.jpg

Mytaxfiler_1117_New.png

Krishnan Co WebBanner.jpg

SERVITIX.gif

SDK small banner 7-16.jpg

IndiaTravelDiscount.jpg

PCPD- RED.gif

QA_135X140_GreatFaresToIndia_11_17.jpg