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While there are plenty of resources available online, including research and how-to guides, very few cater to the needs of the South Asian population. MannMukti hopes to bridge that gap and increase awareness by providing resources, and by sharing experiences of people with mental illness through podcasts, an open forum, testimonials and more.
Pallavi Sharda had a bumpy start to her Bollywood career, but this Indian-Australian actress is determined to cement herself in the industry as a powerful performer with her next film.
by Jinal Shah – Follow @jinaltshah The morning after President Donald Trump signed the divisive executive order barring refugees and other immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries to enter the United States, a...
For Indian-American actress, writer and reporter Shruthi Mathur, life came full circle when she was offered a role in the recent Bollywood film “Banjo."
Navatman, a South Asian performing arts group, is set to organize its fourth edition of an Indian classical music and dance festival at the LaMama Experimental Theater in New York City.
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On Monday, well-known actor and designer Waris Ahluwalia took to Instagram to reveal that he’d been stopped from boarding a plane because of his turban.
The three-day conference—which consists of panels and workshops on Columbus Day weekend from October 9 to 11—will celebrate the organization’s 25th silver anniversary. The conference, themed “Begin Again,” aims to inspire individuals to reinvest in the organizations and the communities in which they live and work.
A young girl drawn to the sciences joins a science club in her school, only to be discouraged by social pressure and well-intentioned but stealthily gendered messages from her parents, proclaiming that “girls don’t belong in science club” with connotations suggesting that women should not worry about science.
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