Profiles

For the Babies

For the Babies

Mala R. Chinoy of Penn State College of Medicine, was recently honored as a 2005 Emerald Honors Recipient in the Career Achievement category at the Minorities in Research Science Conference held in Baltimore last year. Established by Science Spectrum Magazine, the...
Taking on the World’s Problems

Taking on the World’s Problems

In his quest for the ultimate honor as a Boy Scout—the Eagle Award—18-year-old Nirmalya Bandopadhyay took on a project that would benefit the community at large. A detailed project plan and nearly 200 man-hours later, Corner House Counseling Center of Princeton, N.J.,...
A Voice for the Turtles

A Voice for the Turtles

What began as a biology class project for Amar Rana, took him to the backrooms of torture that provide the ingredients for exotic Chinese delicacies in Manhattan restaurants. Making the rounds of Chinatown, Rana stumbled across inhumane conditions in which turtles and...

In Focus

Winning Moves It is easy to see why Ankita Roy does so well at chess. She talks less and thinks more. In fact I began feeling a trifle intellectually challenged asking the two-time California state chess champion (in her age category) all about her interest in chess,...

From Our Archives: First Published in February 1996 Koenraad Elst is a Belgian writer academic who became interested in India and Hinduism as the result of a trip to India with his Indologist wife. He has written a number of books, among them treatises on Ayodhya,...