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  • Little India Desk | October 22, 2018

    South African Leader Praises Indian Community’s Contribution to Freedom Struggle

    South African leader praises Indian community’s contribution to freedom struggle

  • Little India Desk | October 22, 2018

    Houston’s Minal Patel Davis Gets Presidential Medal for Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative

    Houston’s Minal Patel Davis gets Presidential Medal for her Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative.

Expats

  • Jamal Khashoggi | October 19, 2018

    Jamal Khashoggi: What the Arab world needs most is free expression

    The Arab world is facing its own version of an Iron Curtain, imposed not by external actors but...

  • Devyani Sultania | October 18, 2018

    For Me, India Has Been the Best School of Life

    Irina Nepryntseva first visited Goa with her girl gang in December 2005 and immediately felt at home. “My...

Life

  • Little India Desk | October 22, 2018

    Houston’s Minal Patel Davis Gets Presidential Medal for Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative

    Houston’s Minal Patel Davis gets Presidential Medal for her Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative.

  • Parul Sehgal | October 21, 2018

    A Novel That Roiled India Is Now Translated Into English

    Murugan’s extensive body of work has always been inspired by social issues in his community.

Entertainment

  • Drew Armstrong | October 19, 2018

    Netflix Considers Cheaper Prices to Chase Boom in India Viewers

    The rise of online entertainment in India has paralleled the growth of high-speed internet in the country.

  • Michael Corkery and Brooks Barnes | October 12, 2018

    In Battle With Amazon, Walmart Pushes Deeper Into Entertainment

    Walmart, based in Bentonville, Arkansas, has been seeking to expand its business beyond brick-and-mortar retailing.

Politics

  • Rick Gladstone | October 21, 2018

    Nikki Haley Pokes Fun at Trump, and Herself, at Annual Al Smith Dinner

    Haley said she intended to campaign for Trump’s re-election. And Trump said he hoped she would return to...

  • Maria Abi-Habib and Vindu Goel | October 21, 2018

    A Top Indian Minister Resigns, But Can #MeToo Reform Government

    Indian women are now facing their toughest battle yet, demanding accountability from the highest echelon of male power.

Crime

  • Little India Desk | October 22, 2018

    Sri Lanka Seeks Indian Help in Handling Cricket Match Fixing

    India offers assistance to Sri Lanka for inquiry into match-fixing and drafting laws against it.

  • Maria Abi-Habib and Vindu Goel | October 21, 2018

    A Top Indian Minister Resigns, But Can #MeToo Reform Government

    Indian women are now facing their toughest battle yet, demanding accountability from the highest echelon of male power.

Business

  • Little India Desk | October 20, 2018

    Nearly Three-fourths of All H1B Visa Holders in 2018 are Indians: U.S. Report

    According to an official U.S. report, nearly three-fourths of all H1B visa holders in 2018 are Indians.

  • Steve Lohr | October 20, 2018

    Infosys Built Its Global Machine With Indian Workers. Can It Adjust to Trump’s Hire American

    Traditionally, Indian outsourcers like Infosys have deftly exploited the skilled-worker visa system.

Travel

  • Vern Yip | October 17, 2018

    A Taste of India Can Make a Minimalist American Interior Pop

    India's culture is multifaceted, dynamic, elegant, incredibly vibrant and full of wondrous complexities and contrasts.

  • Avi Selk | October 15, 2018

    Boeing 737 Flies Into Brick Wall – And Just Keeps Going

    With 130 passengers on board, the plane was bound from the southern tip of India to Dubai across...

Magazine

  • Nellie Bowles | September 17, 2018

    Every Generation Gets The Beach Villain It Deserves

    Aggressive, shameless, obsessive and optimistic, the tech billionaire Vinod Khosla is willing to litigate the California coast for...

  • LIFS | September 17, 2018

    @God

    As surreal as it may sound, legions of Indians settled abroad are connecting to God new-age style.