A trip to Lisbon, Portugal, is a tour down the lanes of history.
Warning: Do not separate an Indian from his onions!
Somewhere between commutes and late night bashes, I pause and ponder on London's strong historical and cultural linkages with my own roots and "Indianness."
Bollywood is drowning out classical dance.
In his book Games Indians Play: Why We Are the Way We Are, V. Raghunathan writes about a farmer whose corn won top awards year
But are they as subversive as ever?
Ten Years Later, Basement Bhangra Is Still Going Strong. A Closer Look At The Party That Launched A Movement.
Are chili peppers taking over the world?
A.R Rahman says his voice carries with it the fragrance of India's soil. The reclusive actor Amir Khan considers it to be the most complete
Today he is a global icon, and yet behind the warmth, mischief and prodigious talent, you find a man who is a pretty straight shooter.
Mushairas in the U.S. evoke feelings of celebration, nostalgia and love for their roots and culture in a foreign land.
Music changes with the times, says Hariharan, and we have to accept change.
And the Indian thirst-quenchers which cool you down...
4th of July stirs up memories of Dusshera and home.
On the occasion of Mother’s Day, Little India invited several celebrities to share their mom’s favorite recipes. Master Chef Vikas Khanna recreated the recipes.
Challenging the Audience and Himself
Fundamentalists' Lightning Rod
Bhutan is one country where the Indian passport puts you at an advantage.
It's the season for Indian writers.
Indian writers are no longer just flash-in-the-pan.
Reflections on the Indian novel.
It's chaat time!
Asha Bhosle, pushing 70, still oozes sweetness and sensuality.
The Arctic chill has turned hot for Subhankar Banerjee.
It was called Bombay when he left, but the city is still a piece of his heart...
Shilpa Shetty may not be the most well-known Bollywood actress, but she is surely now the world's best known reality TV star.
So what do you think about the Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan engagement?
Interview with Shoba Narayan, author of Monsoon Diary.
Howard Stern has been poking fun at Indians. He is just not too good at it.
The legendary Waheeda Rehman is still lajawab.
Indian Candians are making a beeline for Bollywood.
The economics of Indian art galleries.
Indians have displaced Jews for the diamond crown of the world.
Zakir Hussain is not jaded by his success.
Regretably DVDs don't wear out.
Internationally acclaimed Indian filmmakers are indebted to Bollywood.
Bollywood is getting some well-earned respect, finally.
John Abraham is forever looking at the bright side of human nature.
Bipasha Basu loosens up ... on her feet.
Indian immigrants rediscover the lost language of food.
Dev Anand is not letting up at 80.
Review of Island of Blood.
Review of Monsoon Diary.
Part II of Dev Anand's interview on his 80th birthday anniversary.
It's time for the over-hyped Sachin Tendulkar to retire.
Just about everyone is jumping into the movie business these days. The monsoons may be hitting Mumbai, but in America it's raining desi filmmakers, producers, directors and actors!
The vast majority of manhole covers in New York City are from India.