India Philanthropy Alliance and Drexel University prepare to further strengthen the philanthropy bridge to India
“A Kiss in Kashmir” is the Virginia-based Indian American author’s third novel.
Indian American Republican activist Vinson Xavier Palathingal, who campaigned for Vivek Ramaswamy in Iowa, reflects on the insurgency campaign of the biotech entrepreneur.
What is driving the surge in murder-suicides among Indian Americans? One common thread seems to run through many of them – the pervasive stigma surrounding mental health.
C. Radhakrishnan’s historical novel, translated into English by Prema Jayakumar, delves into the legacy of Kerala’s revered poet and educator.
An appeal to support non-profit organizations that concentrate their efforts on grassroots, life-changing work in India
Extremist ideologies with deep roots can be degraded but not entirely eliminated
Seasoned professional and author Sonali Shetty shares her journey, insights, and the inspiration behind her new book, “CareerSense: Build Your Career in Uncommon Times.”
A recent decision to limit influx of international students reflects the government’s broader strategy to reduce overall migration figures.
Annual prostate cancer screening for men over 50, and even earlier for African American men and those with a family history of prostate cancer should be standard practice.
Sanjay Kadaveru, Founder and Chairman of Action For India, talks about the organization’s journey, future vision and its immediate focus to further strengthen its role and impact.
Review: ‘Gandhi and Jinnah Return Home’
Several movers and shakers of New York politics attend the gala, which raises more than $125,000.
Pardon me, but your column of today puts on the boots of a Hamas master-strategist.
It’s hard to believe that the second-and third-generation Indian Americans (those born here) would subscribe to the views of Vivek and Nikki.
Well-known philanthropists and the Drexel community come together to kick off the campaign.
The India Philanthropy Alliance partners with Drexel University to begin its second India Giving Day campaign
It is imperative for the president to pass the torch to a new nominee and rescue the Democratic Party from the risk of a substantial defeat.
Education in prestigious institutions like IITs, emphasis on technical fields and supportive families are some key factors
Indian Americans should have reason to celebrate the unexpected debut of a compatriot in American electoral politics.
Hypogonadism, a condition characterized by low testosterone levels, has become increasingly prevalent in the United States.
From Rabindra Sangeet and thumris to Bollywood tunes, Mirza Ghalib, Bulleh Shah, East-West fusion and Marathi lavanis, the festival offered plenty to music lovers.
Global coal consumption reached an all-time high of 8.3 billion tonnes in 2022, with China and India accounting for 70 percent of the world’s coal consumption for energy production.
Opinion: The admission process at Harvard and other elite universities was systematically racist for a long time.
The US educational system is known to have one of the best flexible education systems in the world because of the rich courses it offers to international students