The Great Parenting Debate

The Great Parenting Debate

When Desi Parenting Styles Clash: Millennials who grew up here—and have children—value greater freedom, more space, and other ideas of parenting that may not sit well with their boomer parents, whose immigrant background, with the experience of growing up elsewhere, informs their own parenting style. Read more »

Screen Time: Music and Mayhem in May

New Shows Coming your Way in May: Highlights on your favorite channels include a singing sensation in Punjab and a youthful romance in Kerala. Read more »

Books: Musings on a Hyphenated Life

Book Review: Nina Sharma’s Essays: In her memoir, the author writes about being South Asian and about her relationship with an African American. Read more »

Cinema: Guru Dutt: The Real-Life Devdas

The Art and Agony of Guru Dutt: It was the torment of his life, tragically cut short by suicide, that informed his artistry as an actor and filmmaker. Read more »

Food & Dining: Way Beyond Anda

EggHolic, which recently opened in Suwanee, is stepping up the game of egg-based, Indian street-style dishes in metro Atlanta with paper-thin omelets, spicy egg curries, and more. Read more »

Travel: Kashmir on My Mind

Kashmir Calling: A Photo Essay: Skiers, boaters, honey-mooners, sightseers, and vacationers are flocking to lovely Kashmir. Read more »

Commentary: Indian Democracy’s Moment of Truth

The Future of Indian Democracy: As voting continues in India’s general elections, questions arise about the strength of its democratic traditions. Read more »

IndiaScope: A Tale of Two Elections

India’s Modi and Turkey’s Erdogan. The similarities are striking, but so are the differences. Read more »

Perspective: Can Desi Voters Be the Trump Card for Democrats?

Indian Americans in U.S. Election: A perspective on another crucial election this year, coming in November to a polling booth near you. Read more »

India’s Troubling Tilt Towards Theocracy

The massive national wave of devotion to Lord Rama witnessed recently during the consecration of the Mandir in Ayodhya was breathtaking—and inspiring. Read more »

A Physician's Reflections on Life in the Time of Covid

In his new book, "Burning Out on the COVID Front Lines: A Doctor's Memoir of Fatherhood, Race and Perseverance in the Pandemic," Dr. Dhaval Desai reveals how caregivers are as vulnerable as the patients they treat and why it’s important to empathize with healthcare workers and show them respect for their dedication. Read more »

A Checklist for When a Spouse or Parent Passes

When you lose a spouse, partner, or parent, the grief can be overwhelming. In the midst of that grief, life goes on. There are arrangements to be made, things to be taken care of—and in recognition of this reality, here is a checklist that you may find useful at such a time. Read more »

TRADEMARKS in the Digital Age

The transformative impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on these valuable assets of business identity and branding is just one of the many considerations for a successful trademark strategy. Read more »

Letters from Readers

Letters to the Editor: Was it right to build the Hindu temple in Ayodhya? Two letters regarding the article “Ayodhya: Beyond the Battle”. Read more »

Immigration News Briefs

H-1B initial selection process completed/ New fees and form edition/ New guidance on medical exam validity/ Application Final Action Dates for May 2024/ Dates for Filling Visa Applications - May 2024. Read more »

Priyanka and Nick on Indian Holi day!

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’s recent trip to India, along with their daughter Malti Marie, was all about celebrations and more celebrations! Read more »

Good Sports: Akshay Bhatia Wins Second PGA Title

Akshay Bhatia skipped college to play professional golf and it took him four years to achieve full status on the PGA tour. Read more »

Ananya Agustin Malhotra is heading to Yale law school as a Soros Fellow

Ananya Agustin Malhotra, born and raised in Georgia, has been named a 2024 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow and will be awarded up to $90,000 for her future studies. Read more »

Briefs/ Innder in Deutschland: A Growing Trend?/ Indian Elections: Largest, Not Longest/ Book Matters.

Read our regular columns: ‘Who, What, Where, When & Why’ and ‘Book Matters.’ Also: ‘Innder in Deutschland: A Growing Trend?' and 'Indian Elections: Largest, Not Longest' Read more »

Ayurvedic Herbs to Lower Inflammation

Fighting Inflammation: Under the right guidance, Ayurvedic herbs may offer a solution to what seems like a growing problem. Read more »

When is the best time to embark on a spiritual journey?

Time is relevant only because we have a physical body. To do anything physical, you need time because the physical is time-bound. Read more »







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