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BG Sneha Goud reviews Brick Walls, by Saadia Faruqi, terming it the latest collection to help Americans understand Pakistanis are not much different than themselves. The characters are all bound by a love for their home in Pakistan and their struggle to thrive in a place they love under threat from internal and external forces.
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Graphic designer Badal Patel maintains a day job at a design agency in New York City, but in her free time, she creates Indian-inspired cards, posters, and stationery.
by Sneha Goud - Follow @Sneha_Goud Among the latest generation of westernized, urban Indians, arranged marriages seem outdated and irrelevant. However, Harish Vyas’s latest film "In English We Say," playing on Friday,...
Indian-American singer Mickey Singh will be performing at the American India Foundation New York Young Professionals chapter benefit concert on Thursday, December 7.
Every Fourth of July, when the Internet (or at least my corner) is abuzz about the hypocrisy of the United States celebrating a history of violence, war, and discrimination, I feel a little guilty for enjoying the day.
by Sneha Goud – Follow @Sneha_Goud “Lipstick Under My Burkha” The 17th annual New York Indian Film Festival premiered with the film, “Lipstick Under My Burkha,” originally banned in India. The Central Board...
The song puts a spotlight on the emotional and physical distress of sexual assault survivors.
by Sneha Goud – Follow @Sneha_Goud Immediately following Donald Trump’s election, activists worldwide started planning events to protest his agenda. After months of planning, the Women’s March on Washington will take place...
Brown Boy Amit Jani is part of a small but growing group in America: the South Asian American politician.
We asked some of her die-hard supporters to share their reasoning for choosing Hillary Clinton as their leader of the Free World.
Even as conversations about wealth inequality dominate the American presidential election, the release of financial records of the global elite has pushed the issue onto the limelight – The Panama Papers.
by Sneha Goud - Follow @Sneha_Goud Though 84 percent of Indian-Americans voted for President Barack Obama in 2008, several Republican groups have recently formed—two of which actively support Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. Hindus For Trump Today, Hindus...
Ali Najmi—a criminal defense attorney trade, who was born and raised in Queens. One of six candidates vying for the seat, progressive Democrat Najmi has his eyes set on becoming the first South Asian American New York City Councilman, District 23, in Eastern Queens.
Another Indian has fallen victim to the country’s outdated and intolerant views on homosexuality. Dr. Priya Vedi, an anesthesiologist at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi, committed suicide on April 19.
Granted, the Super Bowl feels like ages ago and football season is officially over, but the thought of Mindy Kaling starring in a Nationwide commercial airing during the game's prime time is something I cannot let go of. And even though I am one of those who does not care for the big game, except for the wings and company, I was especially excited to watch the much-hyped 30-second commercial.
The South Asian Writers Creative Collective, founded in 1997, showcases many forms of South Asian women's art, from literary festivals, studio circles, art exhibitions and performances. The event featured four South Asian American performers, a silent bidding auction and an opportunity to mingle with the many creative souls that comprise the populace of the SAWCC.
Skidmore College described comedian Hari Kondabolu’s performance in 2011 using the above tagline. His fan base and reputation has grown beyond stereotypes since then, as evidenced by the packed house last Thursday night at Kondabolu’s kickoff event as NYU’s 2014-2015 Artist in Residence.