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Whither the warmth?

Last year, during a conversation about her film The Namesake at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Mira Nair told me that she found Christmas cold and very alienating."We had so......

How social factors affect immigrants' health

In a study by researchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and The Hague, Netherlands, it was cited that neighbourhood ethnic density is linked with a risk of psychosis among......

New gen in US takes more chances

Deepti Hajela was elected president of the South Asian Journalists Association in January. Born at Columbia University, New York, in 1994, SAJA fosters ties between journalists from South Asia in......

Bharat Ratna C N R Rao: I expect great things to happen under Modi

'No PM has said no to anything we have proposed. I am not a politician and I cannot give speeches about things, but a lot of good things have been done in science by previous governments.' 'Under......

In a world full of women who only pay lip service to women's rights, Devyani is an exception

'Devyani represents some of the best things about the Indian mission -- our ambassadors of soft power. Young, humane, open to ideas with a deep commitment to her country and the work she does.'......

Remembering Amar Bose: The label 'Great Man' fits him to a T

Sree Sreenivasan recalls his encounters with the pioneer of sound who passed away on Friday and gives a sense of how many lives he touched -- in big and small ways. There are two......

Meet the man behind India's FIRST private TV channel

He has many 'firsts' to his name. From being the first national English news reader at Delhi Doordarshan Kendra, to starting India's first private television channel and the first exclusive......

'In 15 years, India will be what China is today'

Arvind Panagariya is Professor of Economics and Jagdish Bhagwati Professor of Indian Political Economy at the Columbia University in New York. He is non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings......

How India transformed its image

The panel on the media's view of 'India: The Decade Ahead' at the 6th Annual India Business Conference of the South Asian Business Association at Columbia Business School spoke of India from a......

Columbia University to study India's economy

Suman Guha Mozumder reports from New York on Columbia University's plans to study the Indian economy. The Columbia Business School's Chazen Institute of International Business at New York's......

Special: Walking the last walk with Gandhi

Richard Attenborough's Gandhi celebrated 30 glorious years on November 30.On Friday, some key players gave Rediff.com fascinating accounts about the making of the epic.Aseem Chhabra looks back on......

Aziz Ansari is Funny in People

Russell Peters and several other Indian Americans have mined quite successfully their ethnic background but 26-year-old Aziz Ansari, who has a small but significant role in the new Judd Apatow......

Just why am I a champion of Slumdog?

As we were planning this weekend's Academy Award-viewing plans, I mentioned them to my 5-year-old twins, Durga and Krishna. "Oscar Award?" asked Krishna, "is that when they give awards for......

'I like intensity, emotion and heart...'

Tanuj Chopra, currently in the graduate film program at Columbia University, will have his first feature film Punching at the Sun premiere at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival next month.......

Hollywood releases this Friday

There is plenty of variety for movie fans in the US this week including a sweet but old fashioned story about a bored man trying to ignite his lost passion through dance (Shall We Dance?); a......
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Researchers find gene causing myopia in kids who read

Sep 1, 1:04 pm Washington D.C., Sep 1( ANI ): Researchers have found a gene that causes myopia in teens if they read an hour or more... ...

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South Dakota Legislator Proposes Genital Inspection For Transgender Athletes

A strikingly backward proposal could force high school athletes in South Dakota -- particularly those who are transgender -- to submit to a visual... ...

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Sarcastic people are better at everything

You know that annoying co-worker who always rolls his eyes or cracks wise on the job? Don't be surprised if he gets promoted over you. The Wall... ...

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Tired of office politics; here's how to deal with it

WonderWoman.in Get social Worrying a too much about office politics can really trip you, says a new finding from Canada. A... ...

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Rolling Stone turns toward its future

Gus Wenner is 25, not much older than his father, Jann S. Wenner, was when he started Rolling Stone in 1967. His office at the magazine's... ...

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