Thank you for the eye-open-ing article and supporting data on Indians in the United States (“Namaste America,” July 2011). I have not see the level
It’s such a relief to see Little India focus on realistic issues affecting the Indian American community.
Letters: March 2009
Letters: Feb 2009
I was disappointed that the article "Durga's Arms," (Sept 2008) by Nilanjana Bhowmick focused only on the business side of the idols of Ma Durga.
After reading the article on Mumbai, through NRNR-Eyes, (August 2008) I am convinced that $7,000 to $9,000 rent for an apartment for NRIs is not
Feedback on nostalgia and overseas Indian writers.
"I'm Here Mom," by Anish Majumdar is a mind-blowingly honest and heart-felt article. Kudos to you and your mom for feeling so deeply.Anonymous, via eMail As
I agree completely with your editorial endorsement of Barack Obama for our next president (February 2008).Indeed, the more I hear his speeches and about his
The article on "The Top Indian Doctors in America," (December 2007), focused on the great services rendered by Indian doctors in the USA. While one
The article "Love and Loss on Two Continents" on Namesake (March 2007) was more than just the story of the making of the movie. Each
Being mediocre and thrown out of academia 25 years ago, pushed into selling insurance, investments and real estate, I enjoyed reading Lavina Melwani's article "Academic
I find your articles very interesting and informative and look forward to each edition. I am of Indian race, born in the United Kingdom to
Achal Mehra states in "Bush's Black Eye," (July 2004) that the "most horrific violation of civil liberties in U.S. history" occurred when Japanese Americans were
I may not be in the Guinness Book of World Records, but I was elected vice-president of the student government at Nehru Homeopathic Medical College
The print edition of Little India this month has undergone a major facelift. You noticed, right? We have switched to an all-glossy format from newsprint
I really enjoyed the article "Out of Context" by Gaiutra Bahadur. As a Guyanese born American, I can relate well to Bahadur's experience. I would
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