THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • 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?

  • Americana: Forget the A’s and Embrace the (4) C’s: The Other Way to Enter Harvard

    Americana: Forget the A’s and Embrace the (4) C’s: The Other Way to Enter Harvard September 2018 - A lawsuit by Asian-Americans argues that Harvard is discriminatory in its admissions practices. But research shows that it is not where you go to school. It is your later accomplishments that count.

  • Review: Da-Bangg Reloaded: Massive Entertainment and Some Misses

    Review: Da-Bangg Reloaded: Massive Entertainment and Some Misses August 2018 - HITS AND MISSES OF THE RECORD-SHATTERING DA-BANGG SHOW: While the recent show was hugely entertaining for starry-eyed Bollywood fans, it was less so for the jaded critic.

  • Spotlight: Heart-to-Heart with Dr. Sreeni Gangasani

    Spotlight: Heart-to-Heart with Dr. Sreeni Gangasani August 2018 - A PHYSICIAN WITH A MISSION: Dr. Sreeni Gangasani is no stranger to the Indian-American community, given his achievements. But he’s also making an impact in the broader community.

  • Entertainment: "Sacred Games," Delightfully Ungodly

    Entertainment: "Sacred Games," Delightfully Ungodly August 2018 - NETFLIX’S FIRST INDIAN SERIES IS A BIG SUCCESS: The Mumbai underworld comes to life in "Sacred Games," a pulsing, actionpacked adaptation of Vikram Chandra’s bestselling novel.

 

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