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Where Do You Go With Wildfires At Your Door?

As the smoke thickened near her home in Santa Cruz, California, last week, Amanda Smith kept asking herself the same questions: Should we leave? And where would we go? The...

Naturalization Fees Spike On Oct 2

If you are eligible for naturalization, or some other immigration benefits, now is the time to apply! After concluding their biennial review of fee collections last month, the...

Who Do You Love More?

Desi Roots, Global Wings – a monthly column focused on the Indian immigrant experience When my children were about ten and six, one evening during dinner they kept asking me...

Houston Doctor is The Boy Refugee

The Boy Refugee is a seminal work, a one of a kind book by Dr. Khawaja Azimuddin, a well-known gastrointestinal surgeon from Houston, Texas. One could ask why this fact is...

Senate Confirms Diane Gujarati As Federal Judge

On September 10, Indian American prosecutor Diane Gujarati was unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as the newest District Judge in the Eastern District of New York....
Vote By Mail & Vote Early

Vote By Mail & Vote Early

All registered voters in California will soon receive a mail-in ballot even if they haven’t asked for one, and there will be plenty of options to register, re-register, vote by mail, vote in person or vote curbside up until Nov. 3rd, said Secretary of State Alex...

A Poet Born Through Healing

A Poet Born Through Healing

Poetry as Sanctuary – A column where we explore poetry as a means of expression for voices of the South Asian Diaspora. Poetry was never something I imagined to become this significant to me, it was not even a sliver of a dream of an unimagined future. I spent the...

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Letters to India Currents: 9/22/20

Letters to India Currents: 9/22/20

A response to the previous Letter to India Currents.  Dear Vandana Kumar,  Black Lives Matter, also relates to our own sordid chapter in the history of the Indian diaspora.  For those of us who arrived in the fifties, sixties and decades before, have experienced the...

What I Admire About RBG

What I Admire About RBG

Supreme Court justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg succumbed to complications of pancreatic cancer on September 18, 2020 but Justice Ginsburg will be alive in the annals of American law. She paved the way for American women, one case at a time. Ginsberg co-founded the Women's...

Letters to India Currents: 9/22/20

Letters to India Currents: 9/15/20

Dear Vandana Kumar, I have been an avid reader of IC for several years. I have enjoyed your magazine and website until recently. Lately, your content has been disappointing, leaving me with a bitter taste. Every week I let it pass but felt like now I had to write to...

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Naturalization Fees Spike On Oct 2

Naturalization Fees Spike On Oct 2

If you are eligible for naturalization, or some other immigration benefits, now is the time to apply! After concluding their biennial review of fee collections last month, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a significant increase in filing...

Senate Confirms Diane Gujarati As Federal Judge

On September 10, Indian American prosecutor Diane Gujarati was unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as the newest District Judge in the Eastern District of New York. Gujarati (51), was first nominated by President Obama in 2016 towards the end of his...

Co-improv-id with Saxophone and Sitar

Staying inspired requires energy in the best of times. Doing so while sheltering-in-place, dealing with canceled shows, complete lack of a real audience, and asynchronous, socially distant jam sessions strikes a discordant note in the life of artists and art...

The Road to November 3rd

Is California ready for Election2020?  The spread of Covid 19 changed the rules for Californians heading to the polls in November. Vote by mail, historically a common practice for registered voters in California, has steadily grown in popularity, but the pandemic is...


Voices

Who Do You Love More?

Who Do You Love More?

Desi Roots, Global Wings – a monthly column focused on the Indian immigrant experience When my children were about ten and six, one evening during dinner they kept asking me which one of them I loved more. I said that I loved both of them equally. They refused to...

A Poet Born Through Healing

Poetry as Sanctuary – A column where we explore poetry as a means of expression for voices of the South Asian Diaspora. Poetry was never something I imagined to become this significant to me, it was not even a sliver of a dream of an unimagined future. I spent the...

I Refuse to Be Called an ABCD

Masala In Ur Dosa - A column addressing identity through the lens of a Telugu Indian-American in conversation with his South Asian peers. “I like pizza, and I like camping, and hiking with my dad”, my classmate shared with me on the very first day of first grade in...



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Culture

A Charming Fantasy About The Good Old Days

A Charming Fantasy About The Good Old Days

There is something about the first few decades of India’s incarnation as an independent nation which holds a romantic fascination for our collective desi imagination.  One thinks of a world of black and white movies, of carved wooden swings creaking gracefully in...

Sunny Jain’s Quarantet Inspired By Punjabi History

Performing artists have been hard hit during the pandemic. With nowhere to go and no space to perform at, Sunny Jain, Red Baraat's founder, drummer, and composer has turned to the social distanced visual medium for expression. He began the Quarantet series engaging...

Shubh Mangal Zyada Savdhaan – A Gutsy New Love Story

Bollywood, with its penchant for cheap thrills, has always projected gay men as comic, sadly fringe people whose sole function in a movie is to induce laughter at their expense. And so, as recently as the turn of the century, we got movies like Kal Ho Na Ho, where...

Uppa is Made of Momos

Uppa calls it the Mainland. For most people living outside of South Asia, India is nothing more than the mainland. India’s recognizable triangular shape is just a part of the story. Uppa’s India snakes into the Himalayas, toward the North-East part of the...


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Worried About Online Learning for Your Child?

Worried About Online Learning for Your Child?

Summer is over, many schools are ready for the new school year. While there have been debates about the approach schools must take to open the new sessions during this pandemic that’s not yet over. Some suggest having it 100% online and some suggest a hybrid approach....

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Are We Going to Be Normal After This Pandemic?

Are We Going to Be Normal After This Pandemic?

The answer is NO if “normal” means “status quo ante” or going back to what we were before. The answer is neither disappointing nor a surprise.  It is absurd to expect something to stay standstill in an endlessly rotating planet called Earth which is somersaulting in...

Indian-Americans Must Resist South Asian Identity

The South-Asian identity of the Indian diaspora is inherently biased and it is fraught with inaccuracies. It also constitutes part of a deliberate attempt by leftist groups to deny and subsequently erase from the consciousness the memory of a glorious non-Western...

EdTech Trends Post COVID

COVID-19 has posed a major learning issue to students, parents, and educators. In the face of a sudden paradigm shift, online learning now finds itself at the forefront of mainstream learning. For the first time, students everywhere are completely dependent on digital...

Anti-Blackness in a Brown World

The phone rang. It was my daughter. “I can’t talk now, I’m rushing out to join a South Asians for BLM march,” I said hurriedly heading towards the front door. Immediately she asked me, “Are there going to be black people there?” “I don’t know - I think there are only...


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Where Do You Go With Wildfires At Your Door?

Where Do You Go With Wildfires At Your Door?

As the smoke thickened near her home in Santa Cruz, California, last week, Amanda Smith kept asking herself the same questions: Should we leave? And where would we go? The wildfire evacuation zone, at the time, ended a few blocks from her house. But she worried about...

Happiness Beyond Mind: An Individual Experience

Simplicity is not simple. It takes a lot of thought and effort to condense complex concepts to a simple, practical, and easy to follow recipe for getting to “contentment” or “happiness”. By distilling the essence of ancient Indian philosophy, practicing it himself,...

Namaste America: Forget the Handshake

Do you remember where we were before the pandemic hit? Inequality had reached historical records worldwide, Australia had burned for months on end, autocrats were suffocating democracy in Hungary and Venezuela, and a wave of protests had swept across six continents–...

Hunger Surges During COVID Crisis

Widespread hunger and unemployment drove millions of Americans into food-lines during the Great Depression of 1930; but no one could have predicted that scenario repeating itself some 90 years later, in the land of plenty, plump with the prospect of the American...


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