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Summer collections 2016 - part 1

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After a really busy spring with my school, I was finally relieved to get some time for myself. And that means treating and pampering myself with my favorites. 170 more words

Indian-American Tanishq Abraham, 12, heads to University of California for bio-medical engineering

International Business Times | May 24, 2016 |  By Anu James |

After hitting the headlines for becoming the youngest graduate with three college degrees from the United States at the age of 11 in 2015, the Indian-American student, Tanishq Abraham, who is now aged 12, has been accepted to two University of California campuses — Santa Cruz and Davis.  285 more words


Locating "Desi"?: A Survey

Hi everyone! My name is Kerishma Panigrahi. I am a graduate student in the English department at New York University, where I am interested in pursuing issues of race, racial subject formation, and nation, particularly within the context of the South Asian diaspora. 806 more words


Twitter can answer if you are happy or sad

New York, Apr 27 : Do you acumen happy individuals in your neighbourhood are? The solution lies in Twitter, say laptop scientists together with an Indian-American research worker who have developed an algorithmic program to observe life satisfaction on Twitter. 6 more words

Interpreter of Maladies, by Jhumpa Lahiri

Jhumpa Lahiri has been one of my favorite authors ever since I read “The Namesake”, so I was thrilled to learn that her debut book, … 902 more words

Asian American

The New Generation Struggle

We live in a world of modernization. Of growth. Of independence. That’s no secret to anyone in this day and age. But what may come as a surprise to some, is just how prevalent old thoughts from years gone by still are. 1,062 more words

Indian-American (Mukund Venkatakrishnan) wins US Engineering Fair

News Today | Tuesday, 12 April 2016 | Press Trust of India |

Houston: A 16-year-old Indian-American boy has created a low-cost hearing aid costing USD 60 to help those who cannot afford expensive devices. 410 more words