Ayyadurai: The Massachusetts senator hardly seems qualified to disparage Judge Gorsuch in any way whatsoever.
Indian Americans need to join forces with other minority ethnic and religious groups to fight xenophobia.
Why aren’t white Americans hyphenated Americans? Aren’t they European Americans?
So far, Trump has been silent on the killing of Srinivas Kuchibhotla.
In this remarkable and strange time in U.S. history, the youth are proud to make their voices heard every step of the way.
Columnist Hamza Khan was among the hundreds of thousands who marched in Washington on Saturday.
COLUMN: Part 1 of a series on legal immigration issues in the US.
The president-elect’s distrust of intelligence agencies reminds of Nixon’s distrust of CIA.
“You are beautiful in every way and think twice before entering pageants like these which are out to quantify and hinder your worth.”
The size of their congressional delegation may have quintupled overnight, but Indian Americans’ success is the culmination of years of hard work.
A series of statements and actions of bureaucrats and those close to Modi undercutting his message.
The late Tamil Nadu chief minister was a true role model for millions of women to realize their power in public service.
COLUMN: Trump is playing shrewd chess moves to rattle India.
Looking back over the last three elections, it is apparent that sitting governments have actually been quite willing and able to take important decisions.
COLUMN: What does Trump mean by finding solutions to ‘outstanding problems’?
COLUMN: Can I tell my children to lose $8 is OK because some people are losing their lives instead?
The demonetization exercise by the Indian government has many dimensions.
Thanksgiving Day thoughts on the US-India relationship and the importance of giving back for India’s development.
Opinion: The government’s priorities are flawed, and the sad outcome is that demonetization is not likely to strike a lasting blow against corruption.
By playing the Glasswater Game, India will hedge its losses, and build up its equity in global opto-politics.
In areas such as defense, health care and climate change, there needs to be a “surge” of American businesses, NGOs and innovation to assist India.
Trump should focus on retention of jobs, and training of US workers.
But why is the government introducing 2,000 rupee notes, in a country where three-fourths of the people surviving on 20 per day?
COLUMN: The dangers of a Trump presidency.