Letters

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...

letters to the editor

Whatever Happened to Assimilation? I am getting a little tired of hearing complaints of people from the diaspora who complain about slights real and imagined, either regarding their dress, their accent and/or their skin color. Whatever happened to the concept of...
Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Secularism or Pluralism? Secularism can mean different things to different people, as Jaya Padmanabhan intimated in her editorial (“The Audacity of My Secularism,” India Currents, June 2016). In particular, the American concept of secularism is quite different from...
Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

Subjective Prejudices Vamsee Juluri on the subjective prejudices of California academics finding an outlet in textbooks makes perfect sense. However we have to admit our own in-ability to present our views in a convincing manner. The names India and Indus have come...
letters to the editor

letters to the editor

A Full Package This is regarding the cover story by Geetika Pathania Jain (“Erasing the Accent”India Currents, April 2016). I love Priyanka Chopra and her evolution as an actress. Specifically I like her roles in Barfi, Mary Kom and Bajirao Mastani. She has played...