Indo-Pak relations will deteriorate: Benazir
The former Pakistani prime minister warned of the dangers of a 'nuclear state that has governments that rise and fall on personality slurs'.
The toughest job in the world
'I have learnt a secret strategy to get my three-and-half-year-old to listen. It's called negotiation. OK, maybe bribery is more accurate. Either way, it works,' says Sonia Chopra.
Copycat capitalism or Indocracy?
Do we want to become a nation that sends ships full of refuse to countries that are too poor to refuse them? Do we want to emulate a society which has the largest prison population in the world, asks Chithra Karunakaran.
'Ray' of hope
A retired professor of genetics at the University of Toronto, Dr Ajit Ray has taken it upon himself to help Indian children suffering from genetic malformations -- more specifically those born with a cleft lip or cleft palate..
US expert says India does not need neutron bomb
'If the purpose of nuclear weapons is to deter adversaries from using nuclear weapons, then it is not evident that one needs fourth-generation nuclear weapons to achieve this,' says George Perkovich, author of India's Nuclear Bomb.
India Telecom - India Corp's big call to US
"It will be a place for corporate executives, venture capitalists, investment bankers, marketing directors and industry analysts to make contacts and explore opportunities," say organisers.
Hijab - an expression of freedom?
Many Muslim women in North America are turning to the hijab in an attempt to free themselves of the prejudices of a modern social structure.
Rahul Khanna saves Bapsi's book-reading session
The snag was serious - Sidhwa was not going to make it to the venue in time. Rainstorms had forced Sidhwa's plane from Houston to be diverted to Pittsburgh. She was going to be almost an hour late.
US doc may take Laloo to court
Swaraj Lamba, wife of physician Rajinder Lamba of New Port Richey, Florida has written to Vajpayee alleging that Laloo demanded money to nominate her to the Rajya Sabha.
Inscrutable Americans - soon at a theatre near you
The popular Anurag Mathur novel is being made into a film by US-based NRI couple - Srihari and Indira Malempati.
The pop culture magazine Genre's cover this month, which has the unabashedly gay Hollywood actor, Alexis Arquette, posing as Krishna has caused a flutter in the immigrant Indian community in the US.
US may lift curbs on H-1B visas
The US House Judiciary Committee is considering a bill, which would remove visa limits for the next three years. This will be a bonanza for computer whiz-kids in India
Hindi-wallahs vs non-Hindi-wallahs
'It wasn't enough, it seems, to divide India along linguistic lines. Now, in the US, Indians draw these same imaginary boundaries in the name of affinity and preserving their culture,' says Reeta Sinha.
Fighting and protesting to be happy
The author of The Karma of Brown Folk believes change will happen one day and he is willing to wait patiently.
You have heard of B2B, B2C, but have you heard of B2G? Yes, that is right 'Business to God' is the new way in Silicon Valley.....
Stars line-up at TiE's Digital Mahotsov
The overwhelming response to the seminar has prompted the organizers to look for a bigger place for their annual event next year.
The Indian who fought 'I Love You'
A leading consumer application service provider of PC security and management services headed by an Indian serviced more than 1 million customers in 24 hours with online application services and file upgrades.
The story of a Little Red Dot
When Parvathi, a newcomer from Sri Lanka, stepped into grade five wearing a little red dot on her forehead, there was a sharp reaction in her class. Some of her classmates were curious, others hostile.
'I believe Puneet is on a vacation and will be back soon'
Puneet Bhandari died on April 20, a week after The New York Times reported that he was
suspended for two years for lying to a professor in order to secure extra time to finish his assignments.