The cofounder of Hindus for Human Rights speaks about the rise of Hindutva and its consequences.
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New York-based activist and lawyer Jo Kaur and her husband, Richie, learned about their son’s fatal illness a few days ago.
Ryan Agarwal, who had offers from more than a dozen D-1 programs, committed to the Stanford Cardinal last Tuesday.
A Maryland high school senior writes about his experience volunteering at an Indian hospital that treats blind people.
Vikram Sood adds battle of narratives as key to reach global power status.
The Neflix hit show normalizes practices, thinking and behavior that have no place in a civilized society.
Tanzanian Indian American Rupal Ramesh Shah tells how she ran 11 marathons in 11 years.
In a letter to Senator Cornyn, Democratic co-sponsors of the Bill sum up the plight of the huge community stuck in green card backlog.
No matter what the final resolutions at G20 are, large scale challenges facing billions of citizens and well connected dreamers must be addressed.
Today, nouveau Indian food, with Western ingredients, has made it more relatable on world tables.
Tanzanian Indian American Rupal Ramesh Shah writes about her recent marathon run in Antarctica.
US is now ranked 48th globally, while India is ranked 140th, below Myanmar and South Sudan, just above Pakistan and Algeria.
Malhotra will also be launching his web series, UFF, at World Dignity Forum in Los Angeles.
Malai Cheeni Toast, Sattu Paratha big hit on nostalgia platter.
This Sunday’s celebrity Oscars after-party attendees will carry home in their goodie bags a jar of ghee from the New York-based Gourmet Ghee.
In an interview with the American Bazaar, Sahana Srinivasan talks about the show and her identity as a person of color, among other issues.
Interview with Ignatius Chithelen, whose latest book “Passage from India to America” lays bare the myths and misconceptions about the American Dream and the missed opportunities for better assimilation.
Did you know that the first truly American cookbook included a recipe for chicken curry? Culinary historian and scholar Colleen Taylor Sen traces the journey of Indian food in early America.
It is a blessing to be able to contribute to my “Karma bhoomi” (United States), “Janma bhoomi” (Zambia) and “Mathru bhoomi” (India), says the Tampa philanthropist, who received India’s Pravasi Bharatiya Samman last week.
Budding scientists will compete for $1.8 million in awards including top prize of $250,000.
Produced by Indian American Victor Abraham’s Skypass Entertainment, the film stars Stephen Baldwin, Shari Rigbey and Bollywood actor Sharman Joshi.
Indian immigrants with advanced degrees could wait up to 151 years for permanent residency.
Of the 10 finalists in the 2018 Young Scientist Challenge, five were Indian Americans; Mehaa Amirthalingam finishes second.
Zoya Akhtar, Janhvi Kapoor, Catherine Hand also honored at awards gala co-hosted by WIFT and DCSAFF.
Raajeev Aggerwhil: Life lessons learned from a dog.