A mere 2 percent of the total wealth generated in India last year is enough to provide quality health services free for all citizens for a year.
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Indian American physicians have expertise and experience in treating Covid in the U.S., and they are willing to help India.
The Biden Administration would have to go beyond supporting the vaccines already in use in this country and need an “all of the above” approach.
Political decisions based on ignorance, arrogance, and self-interest have hurt the country during the year and a half of the pandemi.
Representatives of many global media organizations have been covering crowded, noisy and aggressive campaigning in Indian states for months.
America must provide vaccines to India and other countries for the survival of humanity.
The FONOP operation should not be read as anything more than a minor irritant between two friendly nations.
The biggest ever loss to any nation today is ignoring untapped hidden talents of its citizenry
Next week’s Summit on Climate, hosted by President Biden, will serve as a signal as to how the global community weaves together climate equity and nationalistic priorities.
Will the state buck the trend of voting out incumbent government in an election marked by array of fresh faces and convergence of ideologies?
Some 100 new elections are scheduled over the next 500 days across the globe.
Fashioning a robust response to the Covid challenge is set to dominate global diplomacy in 2021, writes Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar.
A failure of leadership at the highest level and decades of neglect of public health infrastructure has cost the country dearly.
An Indian American teenager explains how she has learned to embrace her identity.
A blueprint for quadrupling productivity, through upskilling and jobs creation.
Indian American artist and activist Sujata Tibrewala explains why she is dedicating a new painting to Indian farmers and launching a fundraiser to help them.
India could forge a highly effective start-up ecosystem that doesn’t just absorb technologies, but also acts as a major source.
Like the mortgage bubble of 2008, Bitcoins may rapidly go belly-up with a burst.
A zoom virtual event is not a zoomerang culture; it is like using a phone booth once but missing call centers, switchboards, reception and entire organization with a phone system.
Sujata Tibrewala’s painting “Bloody Immigrant” depicts Native American Deb Haaland kneeling over Trump’s neck, drawing a parallel to the police killing of George Floyd.
A 2012 study revealed that a preponderance of Muslim Americans own small businesses in the negatively impacted industries.
The 46th president is ready to make America a force for good again.
The 5th Science, Technology and Innovation Policy (STIP) was initiated last year.
The United States of America needs to be built back better, and it needs to become America again and not Trump-land.
Failure to deliver local grassroots prosperity, during the last decades is what has brought nations to their knees.