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NRI

  • Norimitsu Onishi and Selam Gebrekida | December 24, 2018

    In Family’s Rise And Fall, A Tale Of Corruption In South Africa

    The rise and fall of the Gupta brothers is so improbable that in Saharanpur their story is told...

  • Little India Desk | December 21, 2018

    Three Indian-Origin Students Make It To Time Magazine’s 25 Most Influential

    Three Indian-origin students among Time magazine's 25 most influential

Expats

  • Little India Desk | November 2, 2018

    Indian Govt. Says Will Take Steps to Punish Fake Recruiting Agencies

    Indian government says will take steps to punish fake recruiting agencies

  • Little India Desk | November 1, 2018

    Thousands of Indians Apply for Passports as UAE Extends Visa Amnesty Scheme

    UAE extends visa amnesty program by a month.

Life

  • Mili Mitra | January 21, 2019

    India Isn’t Doing Enough To Fight Sexual Assault

    Although (hash)MeToo's impact on the Indian media and entertainment industries has been significant, it has had less of...

  • Niha Masih | January 8, 2019

    A Hindu Nationalist Claimed That Test-tube Babies Were Invented Thousands of Years Ago

    India's scientists are not amused.

Entertainment

  • Holland Cotter | December 28, 2018

    An Art of Faith, Facts and Miracles

    When you walk into that gallery and see the offerings made in a spirit of love and grief...

  • Mike Ives and Vindu Goel | December 12, 2018

    Beyoncé, Bhangra And a Bill In The Millions: The Wedding That Has India Obsessed

    Indian weddings have in recent years become a symbol of the country’s new moneyed elite.

Politics

Crime

  • Mili Mitra | January 21, 2019

    India Isn’t Doing Enough To Fight Sexual Assault

    Although (hash)MeToo's impact on the Indian media and entertainment industries has been significant, it has had less of...

  • Norimitsu Onishi and Selam Gebrekida | December 24, 2018

    In Family’s Rise And Fall, A Tale Of Corruption In South Africa

    The rise and fall of the Gupta brothers is so improbable that in Saharanpur their story is told...

Business

  • Niha Masih | January 18, 2019

    Tiny Indian State Proposes World’s Biggest Experiment With Guaranteed Income

    Elsewhere in the world, there have been several small-scale experiments with implementing a universal basic income, but they...

  • Lily Katz and Anto Antony | January 14, 2019

    Deutsche Bank Outsourcing Jacksonville Jobs To Mumbai

    The bank is offshoring about 60 accounting positions to Mumbai from its campus in Jacksonville, Florida, as it...

Travel

  • Amy B. Scher | December 31, 2018

    My Mom Traveled To India To Save My Life. This Is How I Thanked Her

    We were there for something I couldn't find at home: a cure.

  • Pamela Constable | December 28, 2018

    Sikh Temple Could Build Bridge Between India And Pakistan

    The temple sits just three miles from the border with India, but the psychological distance is much greater....

Magazine

  • Zofeen Maqsood | November 27, 2018

    Speak Up Telugu Fastest Growing Language In America

    One in five Americans speak a foreign language at home. Telugu is growing the fastest.

  • Ayesha Sharma | November 25, 2018

    Brown In The South

    Upper-class Indians and Hindus in particular hold significant privileges as Brown people in the United States.