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  • Women to the rescue

    The women of Narnaul, a small town in Haryana, India, are exemplary figures of feminine power. With an astounding 75 percent literacy rate, they have willingly taken the onus of sculpting the future of Narnaul. By Akshat RawalAt first glance, Narnaul in ...
  • Girlie stuff for men

    Behold Manpris. Or shall we refer to it as Cparis for men. How about Manscara? Mandals (Sandals for men), mantyhose and man-bags are not merely new words. They are new fashion trends that have entered in India, only to receive mixed responses ranging from...
  • Word Power

    There’s a very old axiom that says “The Pen is mightier than the sword.” In the current age where communications has taken over the world and opened the doors to a plethora of career opportunities, creative writing is a very plausible and exciting c...
  • The ‘challenged’ is Bollywood’s new mantra

    Bollywood movie-makers are exploring a new realm. A new wave of movies has come into existence where the storyline is spun around a protagonist who suffers from a disability or otherwise known as — the  “challenged.” These are really exciting tim...
  • Immigration statistics - Part II India — leading country of citizenship for L1, H1B admissions

    By Michael PhulwaniStatistical data on immigration have been published annually by the US government since the 1890s. This is the concluding part of the article, which provides statistics on the various categories of aliens admitted into the United States...
  • Is this the revival of Congress era?

    With its victory in Maharash-tra and Arunachal Pradesh and emerging close to retaining power in Haryana, the Congress Party may well consolidate its hold on national politics and look for revival in states where it is out of power.The assembly polls victo...
  • Is it over for BJP?

    Another election, another setback. Looks like it's a never-ending story for the BJP. Within a year of Lok Sabha debacle, the Congress Party scores 3-0 over BJP and retained Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh. Where does BJP go from here?A single p...
  • Daughter draws lessons from life and death of journalist father

    By Himani KumarChicago: Death can end one’s existence, but it can also bond and inspire those left behind to work for the good of all. That is what I learned when my father passed away recently. It came as a big shock to me on the morning of August 9. I...
  • California Governor told to withdraw Veto on kirpan

    By Narain KatariaVia e-mailWe are highly perturbed and deeply disturbed to know that California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has vetoed a unanimously passed bill (AB-504) over carrying of  kirpans by Sikhs  in California, stating that it was “unnece...
  • Is India deviating from democratic principles?

    By Jagjit SinghLos Altos, CA: In a recent interview, novelist and activist, Arundhati Roy, warned that India is deviating from core democratic principles in the treatment of its poor. She has summarized these disturbing trends in her latest publication, F...