Programmes that bring forth diverse tales and traditions of the world are a great learning and entertainment medium, writes Shalini Kathuria Narang.
The foundation grants $1.22 mn to the J-PAL South Asia for its efforts in evaluating the effectiveness of a large-scale reading programme in some districts of Bihar and Maharashtra, reports Shalini Kathuria Narang.
India's 60th Independence Day was celebrated all over the various metros of US with large Indo American populace. Writes Shalini Kathuria Narang.
The initiative of the Read India organisation is to promote reading and basic arithmetic in children, writes Shalini Kathuria Narang.
The number of Indians in American corporate shows no signs of stopping.
Though the term chai has not yet made it to dictionaries, the word has entered echelons of globalisation., writes Shalini Narang.
Global Heritage Fund has joined hands with the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda to incept a world class centre to be opened in 2008, writes Shalini Narang.
The Stanford Center for International Development has long standing collaborations with Indian organisations, writes Shalini Narang.
The second generation Indo American youth have made us proud with their achievements, writes Shalini Narang.
The Hindu Sangam gave yet another opportunity to the South Asian diaspora to indulge in their culture, says Shalini Narang.
It's time corporate houses in India too began doing their bit for the underprivileged, says Shalini Narang.
The 15th annual glitzy and glamorous event for the Mr /Miss/Mrs India America 2006 was presented by JIN Model Management, writes Shalini Narang.
Travel to India post 9/11 no longer remains an easy business, says Shalini Narang.
The third annual fall benefit gala of the American India Foundation (AIF) titled Bangles and Bow Ties at the gorgeous Westin St Francis Hotel in San Francisco on Saturday, says Shalini Narang.
The event not only highlighted the community's strong social and economic presence in the valley but also their desire for greater political visibility, writes Shalini Narang.