Patel debuts in "Out-Raj-Ous Behavior" and in a subsequent comic Raj and Archie travel to India. Raj's father, no surprise, is a physician.
The claim of two Malayali British educators that South Indian scholars predated Isaac Newton's "infinite series" by 250 years is facing a challenge from an
Sixty years after independence, India is seeking to shed vestiges of its colonial past from its aviation industry.The prefix for the tail number on Indian
A Chennai store is marketing a denim sari for Indian women. The summer sure sounds like a good time. The Sri Kumaran Stores offers a range
Two unrecognized American Indian tribes are hawking memberships to tens of thousands of illegal immigrants as a means to legalize their status. Immigration authorities denounce the
Rabinder Singh, former joint secretary in India's intelligence agency, RAW, who fled India in 2004 with his wife Parminder Kaur after he fell under suspicion
Two months ahead of the primary elections, The Louisiana Democratic Party has sprung a hard-hitting TV ad accusing Republican GOP gubernatorial candidate Bobby Jindal of
Nearly one million permanent residents will be required to replace their green cards under a proposal from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Legal permanent
The coach of Budhia Singh, a 5-year-old marathon prodigy, has been charged with child abuse after his mother claimed he had scalded the child with
An Indian store clerk at a 7-Eleven store in California has been charged with cheating a man out of a half-million-dollar winning lottery ticket. The man
University of California, San Diego, researchers say pollution-filled "brown" clouds over South Asia are responsible for global heating that is responsible for the retreat of
Outsourcing is increasingly becoming fodder for cartoon strips, such as Cory Thomas's "Watch Your Head" by Cory Thomas and "Mother Goose and Grim" by Mike
Tata Consultancy Services has established call centers in Reno, Ohio, and Milton, Fla., part of a trend of insourcing among Indian outsourcing companies to move
In a victory hailed by aid organizations of the "rights of patients over patents," Indian drug companies got a freer reign to manufacture and market
India's increasingly assertive Tata Group is reportedly eyeing an acquisition of Ford's Jaguar and Land Rover units. The rumors, long rife in the media, were
An Intel ad for a new generation of microprocessors depicting six black sprinters crouching before a white man has been dropped after it was widely
India, the second-largest market for Nokia's handsets, will become its global hub for exports. Its Chennai plant, which currently exports to 58 countries, will become
The state of Uttar Pradesh, India's largest, has shut down the stores of two leading Indian retail companies after violent demonstration by smaller traders complaining
THE MATING GAME: From marriage fairs to the Internet to speed dating to work place romances, the search is on for the ideal life partner.
Business Implications of the Indo-U.S. Nuclear Deal
At home and abroad, what value do non-resident Indians bring to multinational corporations?In 1980, Vivek Paul left India to obtain his MBA in the U.S.
Ten Years Later, Basement Bhangra Is Still Going Strong. A Closer Look At The Party That Launched A Movement.
It's back to school time kids! Many high school students and their parents are probably gearing up for the college admissions marathon. As the now-discredited
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
A new recording artist who finds success can expect many perks, including financial rewards. But perhaps the most exciting side benefit is the explosion of
A startling new book discloses that Mother Teresa, the perennially cheerful face of Catholics worldwide, who is on the verge of being elevated by the
A candid and hard-hitting open letter from a senior journalist to India's current Ambassador in Washington D.C. exposes the hypocrisy of our desi babudom.
The university is not an ashram; it is a location of critical and appreciative study of many religions: their texts, histories, practices, art, and politics.
HAVING BEEN EXPOSED TO WHITE people for a long time, I have come to appreciate my Indian complexion more and more. Your article "Beneath the
A new book on Mother Teresa, the global icon of faith and service to God, reveals that she was privately tormented for decades, perhaps until