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Tangled Roots

I’ve been working on Juhmpa Lahiri’s The Lowland for the past week or so. I’m normally a slightly faster reader, but Lahiri’s work kind of demands that you give it your full attention. 269 more words

3 Indian-Americans show their innovations to Obama

President Barack Obama celebrated his birthday in an unusual way by hosting the first-ever White House Demo Day where innovators from around the country, including three Indian-Americans, ‘demoed’ their individual stories. 6 more words


Indian hospitality, American lives

As I am saying my good byes to people in Blacksburg, where I currently live, and moving to NoVA, I ran into an old acquaintance of mine. 788 more words


The India Connection: Three Columbus entrepreneurs with Indian roots

Coloumbusceo.com | By Kitty McConnell |

Mohan Viddam founded Dublin-based Halcyon Technology Solutions, an IT consulting firm which develops Microsoft solutions and licensed software

Mohan Viddam… 518 more words


Gov Jindal Might Be Tanned and Rested, but He's Not Ready to Court Communities of Color

Following Governor Jindal’s announcement that he’s running for President, Indian Americans have had a gamut of responses. Here’s my take on his readiness from a policy standpoint: 164 more words

Indian Americans

Illinois peeps, check out - Indian Woman Being Treated in U.S. for Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis

The woman could be at a federal hospital for a year or more, and health officials have tried to find who was in contact with her in three states and on a plane.. 7 more words


What Does Race Have to Do with the Spelling Bee?

It’s #NationalSpellingBee time! Tonight, two winners prevailed over the 285 contestants who sought to become national speller-in-chief. Congratulations to Vanya Shivashankar, 13, of Olathe, Kansas, and Gokul Venkatachalam, 14, of Chesterfield, Missouri, who are dual champions in the 88th annual National Scripps Spelling Bee. 420 more words