letters to the editor

Set Indian Casteism Right First This is in response to the editorial (Racism of the Every Day Kind, September 2017). As an American sociologist, I commend Nirupama Vaidhyanathan’s opinion concerning American social life! As we all know American society is a young...
letters to the editor

letters to the editor

Bias and Prejudice on Display This is in response to Kalpana Mohan’s article describing her difficulties with a first-time immigrant neighbor whose ideas about yard maintenance differ from hers. (On the Fence, July 2017). We are informed that in Ms. Mohan’s India,...
letters to the editor

letters to the editor

Our cover story in June, Ties That Bind: Why Women Don’t Walk Away from Abusive Marriages written by Rasana Atreya received an overwhelming response, with many women living here and in India writing privately to tell us that this was their story. Impossible To Think...
Letter to the editor

Letter to the editor

Hillary—Not the Clear Choice I wanted to respond to your editorial about Hillary as “The Clear Choice.” (India Currents October 2016). Based on your editorial, I am sure that you bring some Indian ideals of socialism Almost everyone here is an immigrant or a...

letters to the editor

A Welcome, an Adieu and the Precious Seed We welcome Nirupama Vaidhyanathan as the new managing editor. We bid fare-well and the best of luck to Jaya Padma-nabhan, who relinquished the position for greener pastures. It was always a pleasure to work with her. In her...