Letters

August 2011

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

Letters: May 2009

It’s such a relief to see Little India focus on realistic issues affecting the Indian American community.

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Letters: November 2008

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.

Letters: Sept 2008

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

Letters: August 2008

Feedback on nostalgia and overseas Indian writers.

Letters May 2008

"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

Letters March 2008

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

Letter From the Publisher

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

Letters August 2006

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

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

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