How Goes the American Dream?

How Goes the American Dream?

Despite the massively arduous path to permanent residency with inhumane levels of delays and backlogs, rising racism, and more that is stacked up against many Indian immigrants, the dream endures and America remains a beacon of hope. Read more »

Perspective: Ayodhya: “Beyond the Battle”

Having restored the glory of Lord Ram, now let us put our battles behind us. Read more »

Screen Time: Making Connections in the Digital Age

As the cold weather lingers, there are several comforting options for viewers. Read more »

Food & Dining: Curry For School Lunch?

A retired couple strives to bring Indian flavors to schools across the U.S. Read more »

Perspective: Kashmir: A Report Card

How has the region fared more than four years after the revocation of Article 370? Read more »

Books: The Adventurous Princess

Vagabond Princess: Ruby Lal's latest book takes readers on an exhilarating journey to the subcontinent and beyond during the early Mughal era. Read more »

Interview: Consul General Shri Ramesh Babu Lakshmanan

The fourth CG of India in Atlanta, who took over from Dr. Swati Vijay Kulkarni in the fall, shares his thoughts on his goals, promoting trade between his jurisdiction and India, business opportunities, and more. Read more »

Monsoon of Memories: My Playground Looked Different

It was not defined by low batteries and fancy apps but instead by the vistas in my neighborhoods—that stretched as far as our eyes could see and our tiny legs could walk. Read more »

Cinema: Anil Kapoor: Scene Stealer

With his well-crafted performance, actor Anil Kapoor has impressed both fans and critics over the years. Khabar caught up with Kapoor when he was in Toronto last year. 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 »

How Travel Insurance Saved My Life

Imagine embarking on a dream vacation with friends, only to face an unforeseen medical emergency on the very first day. That’s what happened in Italy, where a stroke threatened to turn our vacation into a financial catastrophe. Little did I realize that our travel insurance would become the trip’s unsung hero. Read more »

ERC Crackdown

A surge of fraudulent claims for the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC or ERTC) has put the IRS on alert. Read more »

Letters from Readers

Letters to the Editor: Nuanced editorial on the Middle East Crisis/ Hamas is the hindrance to peace. Read more »

Immigration News Briefs

The Department of State announced that beginning January 1, 2024, certain categories of interview waivers are in the national interest/ Application Final Action Dates for February 2024/ Dates for Filling Visa Applications - February 2024. Read more »

Ira Khan ties the knot with Nupur Shikhare

The new year began with one of the most unusual celebrity weddings in tinseltown. Read more »

Good Sports: Paes, Amritraj Elected to Tennis Hall of Fame

Former tennis stars Leander Paes and Vijay Amritraj have become the first Indians elected to the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Read more »

Anant Madabhushi is a leader of Emory’s AI for Health Institute

Anant Madabhushi is one of the leaders of the Emory Empathetic AI for Health Institute which launched in November 2023. Read more »

Briefs/ An Electorate's Rising Clout/ How Indian Cuisine Stacks Up/ Book Matters.

Read our regular columns: ‘Who, What, Where, When & Why’ and ‘Book Matters’. Also: ‘An Electorate's Rising Clout' and 'How Indian Cuisine Stacks Up'. 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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