I like to eat my mangoes the way monkeys eat them.
The lying president has finally fessed up.
Americans may be ready to lighten their burden by casting off the iron heel of the police state the Bush regime has rested upon a once proudly free people.
Edward Said taught us to speak truth to power.
Dear Parents, We know that our unmarried status generates its own trauma even beyond our respective communities. Accordingly, we feel compelled to tell you right
Bush's adventures in simple syntactical structures and challenges to logical thinking.
Dual citizenship for overseas Indians has finally arrived. As we went to press at the close of this year came the heartening news that the
It is left to India and China, who have in the past, frittered away their most creative energies in wars and conflicts to rise above
Outsourcing to India is the stuff of political football this presidential election cycle.
The sheer incompetence of the Bush administration in the war on terror now stands exposed. It's time for Americans to elect a new chief. The
The elections results in India threw everyone for a loop.
The 9/11 commission report establishes the extraordinary incompetence and ineptitude of the Bush administration.
The struggle for the overseas Indian identity.
Union Minister of State for Non Resident Indian Affairs Jagdish Tytler announced in early August that dual citizenship registration would begin this September. If that is
Pres. George W. Bush's political handlers have apparently struck upon an agenda for his next term. It is difficult not to snicker. It is patently
Bush is implicitly conceding victory to Al Qaeda by constantly invoking the fear of terrorists in his presidential campaign.
The promise of dual citizenship was nothing short of calculated political deception by the Indian government. Overseas Indians who have been anxiously awaiting the introduction of
What's that space between a green card and citizenship?
The collapse of the Soviet Union and the war in Iraq, which the conservative establishment projected as harbingers of the new American century, may ironically
Seek not, and ye shall find
We are all casualties of disasters that unfold on television.
Long distance relationships are not for the faint-hearted.
The encounter with America has transformed us, whether we want it, or like it, or know it.
If they weren't so hypocritical, left-wing Indian immigrant groups would have been out protesting the U.S. government's action instead of abetting it in railroading Narendra
The Indian American community is stolidly Democratic, an exit poll finds, debunking developing conventional wisdom in Republican circles. The media, both Indian and mainstream, lapped
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
For the first time, the vast majority of Indian Americans were either born in the United States or have lived here for 20 years or
He was an Australian, but his popularity was admittedly universal. His Crocodile Hunter series of animal documentaries attracted a regular combined viewership of more than
For some time now, Indian Americanss have enjoyed an enviable reputation as a community of physicians, techies and, lately, spelling bee wiz kids. We have
In this day and age, we are now all terror suspects, all the time, everywhere. Get used to walking with your hands up in the
Columnist Shekhar Hattangadi finds an uncanny commonality in the recent outbursts of an Australian ex-cricketer and an Indian politician.
Real Americans are paying with their lives, and all of us are paying from our wallets, while Pres. Bush and his production team are busy tinkering with the lights for his next disaster scene photo shoots
Two thirds of Americans now disapprove of the war in Iraq and a solid majority believe that President Bush is neither honest nor trustworthy, according
A recent report discloses that the number of people with undergraduate and doctoral degrees rose fivefold in China during the last decade. The New York
I do not know Parvati, but she died today. Nobody told me that she did; no one really was told. But I know. Maybe it
Welcome to the brave new world of White Indians, Black Indians, Hispanic Indians, and Asian Indians. More than 220,000 Indian Americans - nearly one in nine
There is still the totem pole of respect and we NRIs have not reached any higher since the time we left India - only our price of admission went up.
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
The recent public furor over the denial of visas to three prominent Indian scientists by the U.S. Consulate in Chennai has cast some welcome light
Bush's most dangerous legacy is the erosion of America's vaunted traditions of civil rights and liberties.