The ABCD's - American Born Confused Desis - is a subculture expected to become the next batch of medical students, entrepreneurs and cancer-curing researchers for which Indian parents laid the foundation
When your child has an Indian mother and a French papa, the subject of a suitable name is a cultural and linguistic minefield.
A tribute to Sanjaya Malakar.
In the end, not even a combination of bhangra, rap and Bollywood could save MTV Desi. After its parent corporation, Viacom, axed Desi and other
How does one bridge generations that grew up oceans apart?
An overseas Indian struggles to keep up with the new India.
Are Asians facing reverse discrimination in college admission.
Moving with the times
Hip-hop has become as vital to the cultural identity of young Desis as faith and language were to their parents.
Indian celebrities pay tribute to their fathers.
They might be dismissed as American-Born Confused Desis, but by watching these confident women gliding between western and Indian dance styles and sensibilities one recognizes that they are anything but.
A high school senior headed to Harvard University dishes out what she wishes she had known going into the application process.