Books

  • Treena Mukherjee | June 13, 2018

    A Forgotten Force of South Africa

    Johannesburg-based writer Suzanne Franco’s novel, Soul Force, chronicles the contribution of Valliamma Munuswamy Mudaliar to the satyagraha movement in South Africa.

  • Little India Features | June 10, 2018

    Hindi In America

    Despite the growing Indian American population, formal language instruction in Hindi has been lagging in the United States.

  • Little India Desk | June 10, 2018

    Rare Manuscripts, Gifts and Portraits from India on Display at Buckingham Palace

    The works of art on display span a geographical expanse from Kashmir to Kerala and a period of more than 400 years.

  • Little India Features | June 9, 2018

    The Last Chinese Newspaper In India

    The newspaper, in publication for nearly five decades, was established by Lee Youn Chin, a community leader and an eminent tanner in March 1969.

  • Vidhi Doshi | June 4, 2018

    India’s New Textbooks Are Promoting The Prime Minister’s Favorite Policies, Critics Allege

    Modi's governing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been criticized for pushing its agenda in textbooks in the states it controls.

  • Siobhán O'Grady | June 1, 2018

    An Indian Journalist Has Been Harassed For Years. Now UN Experts Say Her Life Could Be At Risk.

    Since 2010, Ayyub says she has been consistently harassed by those who disagree with her reporting.

  • Little India Desk | May 14, 2018

    Singapore Committed to Tamil as Official Language, Says Minister

    A new book, titled The Tamil Community and the making of Modern Singapore, details the progress made by the community since their arrival in the country during the colonial rule.