More Than Just Ethnic Artists

More Than Just Ethnic Artists

Indian Artists Broaden U.S. Art: While Indian artists are no longer confined to an ethnic ghetto, their ability to win mainstream recognition without losing their unique artistic perspective—and identity—remains an evolving process, as it does in other creative pursuits. Khabar spoke to several artists to get their views. Read more »

Screen Time: Taking on the Patriarchy

Women in Charge: Our latest guide to action-packed streaming content shows how women are taking on the patriarchy in India. Read more »

Food & Dining: Fun with Fusion

DIY Gourmet Chefs at Home: Creating inspired dishes and snacks that combine East and West needn’t be confined to fusion chefs in fancy restaurants. Read more »

Identity: Learning To Be Indian

From Kerala, Not Keralite: An Indian adoptee, who grew up and is at ease in the white world, reflects on the challenges of being brown. Read more »

Perspective: India’s Judicial Conundrum

Progress of LGBTQ Rights in India: Same-sex relationships have found wide acceptance in India, but the path is steeper when it comes to marriage. Read more »

Mystery Matters: How They Do Their Whodunits

Secrets of Mystery Novels: Three accomplished writers tell another accomplished author why and how they write their tales of suspense and intrigue. Read more »

Monsoon of Memories: The Water Duties of an Indian Summer

With water being a scarce commodity, flowing through the pipes only a couple hours a day, water chores were a big part of our childhoods. Read more »

Commentary: Why you can’t refer to someone as “guru” at Stanford

Policing Speech at Stanford: Speech censorship on college campuses causes, not prevents, harm—and it impedes the natural evolution of language. Read more »

IndiaScope: Reflections on a Buoyant India

On a recent visit, TINAZ PAVRI found India in a place that was palpably different from the United States in some respects, and recognizably similar in others. Read more »

Lost Childhoods?

Societies and communities are increasingly not conducive for raising children who are resilient and joyful. Read more »

Destined To Be a Novelist

A 2023 Georgia Author of the Year nominee, Anju Gattani speaks about her journey as a novelist and her Winds of Fire series, a sweeping Downton Abbey-like saga set in India. Read more »

Traditional vs. Roth IRA

Both traditional and Roth IRAs can play a part in your retirement plans. And once you’ve figured out which will work better for you, only one task remains: open an account. Read more »

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

DEI initiatives are not just for corporate America. Small, minority-owned businesses also stand to benefit from such programs. Read more »

Letters from Readers

Letters to the Editor: Freddie Mercury and I attended the same school in India/ Tagore’s poetry deserves wider appreciation/ Indian democracy is NOT in detention/ Rahul Gandhi’s wound is self-inflicted. Read more »

Immigration News Briefs

Pandemic asylum restrictions lifted at border/Biometrics suspension for certain I-539 applicants/ Stampless entry pilot program extended/ Application Final Action Dates for June 2023/ Dates for Filling Visa Applications- June 2023. Read more »

Alia Bhatt makes a dazzling debut at Met Gala

Alia Bhatt is on a roll! Italian luxury brand Gucci has announced the actress as its first Indian global ambassador. Read more »

Good Sports: Sari-Clad Woman Completes Marathon

Just finishing a 26-mile race is impressive, but even more impressive is that Madhusmita Jena was wearing a traditional Sambalpuri sari. Read more »

Five Indian Americans included in Georgia Titan 100

Georgia Titan 100, which recognizes Georgia’s Top 100 CEOs and C-level executives demonstrating exceptional leadership, vision, and passion, has picked five Indian Americans for the honor. Read more »

Briefs/ Six Win Guggenheim Fellowship/ The American Dream’s Dark Side/ Book Matters.

Read our regular columns: ‘Who, What, Where, When & Why’ and ‘Book Matters’. Also: ‘Six Win Guggenheim Fellowship' and 'The American Dream’s Dark Side'. Read more »

The Need for South Asian Bone Marrow Donors

South Asian bone marrow donors, who lag far behind other ethnicities, can fill an urgent need at no personal cost. 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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