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February 13, 2020

Opinion: The Hope of India’s Aam Aadmi Party

Other than the Bharatiya Janata Party, the AAP is the only game in town — but capturing the imagination of a billion-plus nation is an uphill battle.

Mauktik Kulkarni

February 11, 2020

Life After Marriage

Divorce and separation can be isolating. How do you rebuild community?

Meghna Rao

February 12, 2020

Why South Asia Might Avoid the Worst of the Coronavirus

China is more connected to South Asia than ever before but experts believe South Asia won’t fall too hard.

Vidya Krishnan

February 10, 2020

Know Your Muse: Gobind Behari Lal, Founder of American Science Journalism

The first South Asian Pulitzer Prize winner fought for India’s independence and brought science to the masses.

Anu Kumar

Editor's Picks

January 16, 2020

CAA and The Instagram Baddie

Should diasporic influencers pause self-exoticizing on Instagram and sound the alarm against fascism?

Sarah Thankam Mathews

June 07, 2019

The Not-so Model Minority

How 'model minority’ became a definition to create the one-size-fits-all Asian American.

Fariha Róisín

December 20, 2019

The Citizenship Amendment Act and the Indian American Obligation

A dispatch from India’s protests, and why they matter for the diaspora.

Sanjena Sathian

May 20, 2019

The Weight of Gold for Rohingya Refugees

After losing everything they’ve owned, Rohingya view gold as their most valuable tangible asset.

Jennifer Chowdhury

Business & Tech

February 07, 2020

The Rise of the Indian-Origin CEO

A wave of Indian CEOs has the world buzzing. Is there more to it than just a demographic shift? And have they made a difference?

Snigdha Sur

January 14, 2020

Radio Mirchi and the Nostalgia Market

The Indian radio station is like an aunty in your ear and knows what South Asians who have left in the ’80s and ’90s want to listen to.

Varsha Bansal

February 04, 2020

The American Dosa

In marketing the dosa in the U.S., dosa makers are figuring out how to balance tradition with commercial success.

Priya Krishna

January 13, 2020

Why Millennials Prefer Co-Star to Prem Jyotish

South Asian millennials knew about astrology before it became the rage. Their path to it isn’t always easy.

Garima Garg

Culture

February 11, 2020

Life After Marriage

Divorce and separation can be isolating. How do you rebuild community?

Meghna Rao

February 04, 2020

The American Dosa

In marketing the dosa in the U.S., dosa makers are figuring out how to balance tradition with commercial success.

Priya Krishna

February 10, 2020

Know Your Muse: Gobind Behari Lal, Founder of American Science Journalism

The first South Asian Pulitzer Prize winner fought for India’s independence and brought science to the masses.

Anu Kumar

February 03, 2020

Taking Art to India’s Streets

Non-profit St+art India is transforming the country’s urban spaces, one wall at a time.

Sneha Mehta

Opinion

February 13, 2020

Opinion: The Hope of India’s Aam Aadmi Party

Other than the Bharatiya Janata Party, the AAP is the only game in town — but capturing the imagination of a billion-plus nation is an uphill battle.

Mauktik Kulkarni

September 11, 2019

Who is Shamima Begum?

The story of a woman who ran away to join ISIS, and what it says about belonging, citizenship, and communities.

Tahmina Begum

September 18, 2019

Opinion: How Modi Capitalizes on the Diaspora

As India Prime Minister Narendra Modi pitches a worldwide Hindu agenda, the diaspora must decide whether feeling like they belong is enough to overlook what he stands for.

Meghna Rao

August 13, 2019

Opinion: Not the Role Model We Need

It’s time we ask for more from Priyanka Chopra-Jonas.

Meghna Rao

Politics

February 13, 2020

Opinion: The Hope of India’s Aam Aadmi Party

Other than the Bharatiya Janata Party, the AAP is the only game in town — but capturing the imagination of a billion-plus nation is an uphill battle.

Mauktik Kulkarni

February 10, 2020

Know Your Muse: Gobind Behari Lal, Founder of American Science Journalism

The first South Asian Pulitzer Prize winner fought for India’s independence and brought science to the masses.

Anu Kumar

February 12, 2020

Why South Asia Might Avoid the Worst of the Coronavirus

China is more connected to South Asia than ever before but experts believe South Asia won’t fall too hard.

Vidya Krishnan

February 06, 2020

Amid India’s CAA Protests, the Nuances of the Northeast Are Lost — Yet Again

In India’s northeast, the sentiment around foreigners is as diverse as the indigenous minorities in the region.

Makepeace Sitlhou

Sports

January 30, 2020

The Random, Solitary Path of Sumit Nagal

Pursuing a tennis singles career in India is a lonely, expensive, largely anonymous journey.

Giri Nathan

October 10, 2019

For the NBA, India Can’t Replace China Just Yet

The NBA’s operations in China are already $4b. Its future in India may be just as rosy — but it comes with political choices and isn't as simple as swapping a billion-plus country for another.

Meghna Rao

November 01, 2019

Running the World’s Largest Marathon

Ahead of this Sunday’s New York Marathon, reflections on training for a marathon as a chef and a vegan.

Palak Patel

July 29, 2019

Making Cricket Happen in America

Cricket could have become as popular as baseball, but it didn’t. With $1 billion in funding and a framework to go viral, cricket may soon be the next big thing in the U.S.

Parth Vohra

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