South Asians with family members suffering from terminal illness on the emotional trauma of seeing loved ones slowly wasting away before their eyes.
India is now the second largest immigrant source to the United States after only Mexico. In 2005, 84,681 Indians immigrated to the U.S. compared to
They have spent half their lives outside of India in America.
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
Peter Kaestner, Minister Counselor for Consular Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi.
Who would have expected kabaddi, the 4,000-year-old indigenous sport of India, to be taken up by Canadians - huge, powerfully built, mostly white cops no
Mumbai edged out New Delhi as the favorite Indian metro among overseas Indians. Bangalore trailed in third place, followed by Ahmedabad. Which of the following metros
There's money in them remakes! Don, which stars Shah Rukh Khan, harks back to the cult favorite of the same name starring Amitabh Bachchan, and
A Marxist Californian may be the first foreigner to win a student election in India. Tyler Walker Williams, a Berkeley native and a student for the
Frustrated city officials in Patna have struck upon a novel scheme to shake down tax deadbeats by recruiting scores of eunuchs to collect on the
Ever wonder what makes Indians so damn smart? According to a study in the American Journal of Epidemology, Singapore researchers might have struck upon the
The road to UK's Indian super-rich runs through Aston Road in Northwood, a west London suburb. The London Times reports that Indian millionaires are snapping up
CBS's broadband network Innertube has begun streaming The Papdits, a wacky 20-minute comedy originally created, but later nixed, by Fox in 2004. The Papdits follows
Are you a badmash, inclined to airdash? Are you guilty of timepass during working hours? If you speak Hinglish you know that of which we speak.
A Chennai store has introduced what it is boasting is the world's first sari with a pocket, which can hold your mobile phone, keys and
Indians are behind almost a quarter of all immigrant start-ups in America. A study, American Made: The Impact of Immigrant Entrepreneurs and Professionals on US Competitiveness
The resounding thumping the Republican Party received in the recent elections comes as a welcome relief to a long nightmare and renews confidence in the
I recently read Shekhar Hattangadi's article "Jina Isi Ka Naam Hai" (Nov 2006) on Hrishikesh Mukherjee, my grandfather. Many friends have called to tell us