The revocation of Narendra Modi's visa is one small baby step toward accountability for his culpability in the massacre of Muslims in Gujarat.
If Bollywood were an organized religion, the Bollywood Bhakts would make it the most revered church in history with their total, undying devotion.
One would have to be a fly on the wall to penetrate the person behind the persona.
Indian celebrities on the influence of mothers in their lives.
The desi party scene is part rebellious statement by young South Asians proclaiming their own thing.
Young collectors, big bucks and emerging diasporic artists.
Taj is coming to a theater near you! All those who saw the 2002 cult hit National Lampoon's Van Wilder will remember the desi character
Krishna Bhanji's route to Gandhi.
Are you ready to embrace the promise of the summer?
Flamenco returns to its Indian roots.
Poonam Dhillon's journey to stardom and past politics.
They live for the weekends.
There are as many Indias as you can see, dream or imagine.
Hrishikesh Mukherjee dead at 84. Anand may not have approved in full measure. After all, that adorable character from the 1970 eponymous film had declared
Paresh Rawal traces his two decade journey in films and theatre
A tour of foreign films set in India
Tina Sugandh is on a roll. Could 2005 be her year?
Sunil Dutt reflects on his life and films in one of his last interviews, months before his May 25 death.
Sunil Dutt's family members recall life with one of the doyens of Indian cinema.
1. Your father is Indian and your mother is Japanese. How do you see yourself? A: Being born here I identify most with being American.
Bollywood Is Getting Some Respect
Anglo Indians are perhaps the first and largest experiment in East-West genetics.
Get Down! Get down! Get down!
Lessons from Iraq: the shock and awe of invasions.
Is dual citizenship a solutin or a burden?
The theater is a place to love and be loved, to be a child again. And yes, there are samosas too. It is comfort food, like
Pick a partner, click your sticks and join the fun.
Accompanying three Indians on their first visit to India.
Travel to Millbourne, Pa., the only town in America with a majority Indian population. It is a small, generic, unremarkable town, not unlike the thousands
The single great gift of Amartya Sen's book The Argumentative Indian is the perfect symbiosis of substance and style.
Exclusive excerpts from Nobel Prize Winner Amartya Sen's new book tracing the history of India's argumentative tradition and its contemporary relevance.
Sex is stepping out from under the bedroom sheets in movies all over Asia. Asian cinema seems to have come out of its hijab, stripping
I Must Be Doing Something Right!
East and West merge in the embrace of style.
A paen to those who make them and those who eat them.
A new breed of professional Indian expatriates are radically transforming the Indian disapora in Singapore.
Kiran Bedi on her path breaking life and the reform of Tihar jail.
Hollywood's plodding passage to India.
Beyond the Chai tea latte crowd
A photo essay on Asia's largest cattle fair
Rajeev Taranath on music and extraordinary musicians.
In early December 2005, when the Crazy Horse Paris started its shows in Singapore, a topless dance revue, it attracted a lot of criticism in
One in nine Indian Americans is biracial.
Asian filmmakers rebel against Hollywood.
Indian women are being exhorted to live up to Western beauty standards. Ironically, while we have more educated and financially independent Indian women than ever before,
Indian American filmmakers are scrounging for finance
Anoushka Shankar is beginning to feel comfortable in her skin.