July 2006

The Little India Dozen

Ayesha Dharker turns Goddess

United States of Little India Business

231,000 Indian businesses in the United States employed 615,000 workers and generated more than $89 billion in revenues in 2002.A recently released report by the

The Greatest Immigrant Generation

The Indian population in the United States topped 2.5 million this month and is on track to nudge 3 million by the end of the

Letters to Editor - July 2006

I look forward to each issue of Little India given the wide array of issues this fine publication delves into each month. I read with

Once Upon A Mango

The stories of our lives are entwined with this glorious, golden fruit...

The Son Rises

Zayed Khan on movies and dodging his father's shadow.

The Next Fitness Guru

Actress Pia Lindstrom, Amy Butte, CEO of NYSE and model Megan McKenzie are some of her clients and Rupa Mehta, founder of the Nalini Method,

Silken Again

The historical Silk Route connecting India and China - closed for 44 years, since the Indo-China War in 1962 - is reopening on July 6.

No Apartments For Meateaters

No smoking, no pets, no drums - and now no meat-eating! Renting an apartment in Mumbai just got harder! "It's not a question of pets,

Make No Bones About It

An exterminator searching a crawl space beneath a Kansas City condominium was startled to find human skull poking out of a gym bag. It turned

Don't Want To Do Homework? Outsource It!

Now American students who are having trouble with their Math or science, can get even eleventh hour help from teachers in India and homework solutions

Bazaar On Wheels

Who would have thought you could pick up a wedding necklace at your neighborhood Marriott Hotel or a designer outfit while sipping chai at a

Highest Wicket Takers In Tests

      Highest wicket-takers in tests: 685  Shane Warne, Australia (140 matches)  635  Muttiah Muralitharan, Sri Lanka (106)  542  Glenn McGrath, Australia (119)  523  Anil Kumble,

Is It Raita Or Wreita?

Spellers Beware!

Love's Labor's Lost In 60's India

William Shakespeare's "Love's Labor's Lost" reminded director Michael Kahn of the 1960s, when celebrities and others swarmed to India to study transcendental meditation with Maharishi

Running With The Bulls

A street where money talks and Indians trot.

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