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Indian Americans are still less likely to be living in poverty compared to white, Black and Hispanic Americans, according to the study.(Reuters file photo)

Indian-Americans are more liberal towards issues in US, conservative in India

PTI | , Washington
PUBLISHED ON FEB 10, 2021 02:26 PM IST
Indian-Americans are more liberal towards issues in US, conservative in India: Survey

Podcast: The Life and Times of Amit Varma

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON SEP 02, 2020 08:28 PM IST
Amit Varma talks about his continuously evolving career, his libertarian ideology, and his views on nationalism.

Podcast: Binalakshmi Nepram on the Realities of India’s Oft-Forgotten Northeast

By Hindustan Times
PUBLISHED ON JUN 03, 2020 07:55 AM IST
The Northeast is a region of immense geostrategic importance. It is home to nearly 50 million Indian citizens. It is also home to South Asia’s longest running armed conflict, where over 50,000 people have died.

Podcast: Roshan Kishore on India’s flagging economy, the impacts of the lockdown, and the government’s policy response

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON MAY 27, 2020 07:49 AM IST
Two weeks ago, the Modi government announced a series of economic measures intended to get the Indian economy back on track after the country’s prolonged lockdown in the wake of the covid-19 crisis.

Podcast | Covid-19 Fallout: Migrants, the Economy, and Foreign Policy (Live from Zoom!)

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON MAY 20, 2020 07:33 AM IST
This week, Milan sits down with podcast regulars Sadanand Dhume of the American Enterprise Institute and the Wall Street Journal and Tanvi Madan of the Brookings Institution for a special live edition of the Grand Tamasha news round-up.

Podcast: Journalist Sopan Deb on meeting the immigrant parents who raised him

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON MAY 13, 2020 09:39 AM IST
On the surface, Sopan is a successful journalist, comedian, and cultural commentator.

Podcast: Former CEA Arvind Subramanian on India’s Economic Response to the Covid-19 crisis

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON MAY 06, 2020 07:38 AM IST
After a six-week nationwide lockdown in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, on May 3rd the Indian government commenced a calibrated relaxation of this unprecedented shutdown.

Podcast: Shankkar Aiyar on the Proliferation of India’s ‘Gated Republics’

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON APR 29, 2020 07:55 AM IST
Author and journalist Shankkar Aiyar’s new book, The Gated Republic: India’s Public Policy Failures and Private Solutions argues that the failure of India’s public sector to deliver on its most essential functions has created a massive gap, which the private sector has had no choice but to fill.

Podcast: India’s Coronavirus Response, Anti-China Sentiment, and the Communalization of Covid-19

By Hindustan Times
PUBLISHED ON APR 22, 2020 07:46 AM IST
How India is faring in its pitched battle against the Coronavirus, the reasons behind festering anti-China sentiment among many Indians across the political spectrum and more.

Podcast: Amitabh Behar on How Coronavirus Aggravates Inequality in India

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON APR 15, 2020 07:46 AM IST
Covid-19 has wrought so much fresh destruction but it also has the potential to exacerbate pre-existing inequalities in Indian society

Podcast: Author Madhuri Vijay on Her Award-Winning Book, “The Far Field”

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON MAR 25, 2020 07:40 AM IST
In the wake of her mother’s untimely death, a young woman from Bangalore--born into a life of privilege--drops everything and travels to the opposite end of India--to the state of Jammu and Kashmir--to search for a long-lost figure from her childhood--an enigmatic Kashmiri man named Bashir Ahmed.

Podcast: Jessica Seddon on India’s Air Pollution Crisis

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON MAR 11, 2020 08:18 AM IST
In 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) published a list of the 15 most polluted cities in the world. 14 of the 15 were in India. This is a troubling statistic that has been repeated ad nauseamin the media, by environmental advocates, and by concerned citizens of the country.

Podcast: Trump’s India Trip, Delhi Riots, and India in American Domestic Politics

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON MAR 04, 2020 09:54 AM IST
This week, Milan Vaishnav sits down with podcast regulars Sadanand Dhume and Tanvi Madan to discuss US President Donald Trump’s India visit, Delhi riots and more.

Podcast: Adam Auerbach and Gabi Kruks-Wisner on How the Poor Navigate the Indian State

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON FEB 26, 2020 08:51 AM IST
If the poor represent a majority of voters in India, why doesn’t this electoral power translate into better quality government services? Why are some vulnerable communities able to secure development from the state while others fail?

Podcast: Jerry Rao on The Past, Present, and Future of Conservatism in India

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON FEB 05, 2020 08:30 AM IST
Jerry Rao’s book, The Indian Conservative: A History of Indian Right-Wing Thought, examines the contribution conservative ideas have made—and could make in the future—to the economy, politics, culture, society, and aesthetics of India.

Podcast: Supriya Sharma on Citizenship, Protests, and the Indian Media

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON JAN 23, 2020 02:40 PM IST
On January 10, the newly passed Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) officially came into force. The act provides for an expedited pathway to citizenship for illegal migrants from a number of non-Muslim faiths hailing from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan and who seek refuge in India.

Podcast: Citizenship Travails, Maharashtra Elections, and Election Meddling

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON DEC 18, 2019 09:34 AM IST
On the season two finale of Grand Tamasha, Milan sits down with podcast regulars Sadanand Dhume of the American Enterprise Institute and the Wall Street Journal and the Brookings Institution’s Tanvi Madan to round up this month’s political news from India.

Podcast: Katherine Eban on Fraud in India’s Generic Drugs Industry

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON DEC 04, 2019 09:42 AM IST
An explosive new book, Bottle of Lies: The Inside Story of the Generic Drug Boom, by journalist Katherine Eban demolishes this myth and provides a dizzying, page-turning investigation of the lies, deceit, and outright fraud that run rampant in the generics industry.

Podcast: Anit Mukherjee on the ‘Absent Dialogue’ between civilians and the military in India

By Hindustan Times
PUBLISHED ON NOV 27, 2019 01:43 PM IST
Many of India’s neighbors have experienced military coups and some, like Pakistan, have been unable to shake near-constant military involvement in daily political life.

Podcast: Yamini Aiyar on the Hits and Misses of Modi’s Welfare Agenda

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON OCT 23, 2019 11:13 AM IST
This week on the Grand Tamasha podcast, Milan Vaishnav (Director of the South Asia programme at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) sits down with Yamini Aiyar (President and CEO of the Centre for Policy Research) to discuss the Modi government’s approach to welfare.

Podcast | Ashley J. Tellis on America’s “India Dividend”

Hindustan Times | By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON NOV 18, 2019 11:11 AM IST
In this week’s episode, Milan talks with Ashley J. Tellis, co-author (with former U.S. Ambassador to India Robert Blackwill) of a new essay in Foreign Affairs called, “The India Dividend.”

Podcast: EAM Jaishankar on India’s Pluralism, J&K, and Globalization

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON OCT 01, 2019 12:47 PM IST
External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar stopped at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on the first day of his whirlwind trip through Washington, DC.

Podcast: Niha Masih on history and political implications of the Assam NRC

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON SEP 11, 2019 01:25 PM IST
Nearly 33 million residents of Assam applied to have their names included on the register, which was intended to distinguish between who was a legitimate resident of the state of the Assam and who was an illegal migrant.

PODCAST: Salman Soz on what Article 370 revocation means for J&K and India

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON SEP 04, 2019 03:39 PM IST
This week, the Grand Tamasha podcast series continues its exploration of the events unfolding in Jammu and Kashmir by speaking with Salman Soz, who offers a very different perspective on the actions on the ground.

Podcast: ‘You can leave Kashmir but Kashmir never leaves you’: Rahul Pandita

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON JUN 22, 2020 08:53 PM IST
Pandita speaks with Milan about a recent reporting trip he took to Kashmir in the aftermath of the government’s decision to abrogate Article 370 of the Constitution

Podcast: US-India trade woes and Shereen Bhan on Modi’s economic agenda

UPDATED ON JUN 19, 2020 01:58 PM IST
This week on Grand Tamasha, Milan Vaishnav sits down with Richard (Rick) Rossow to discuss the recent trade fallout between the United States and India.

The BJP in Power and Ashley J. Tellis on India’s Foreign Policy Future

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON MAY 23, 2020 04:47 PM IST
This week on Grand Tamasha, Milan Vaishnav sits down with Kumar Uttam to discuss the state of the BJP on the heels of its second consecutive election victory.

Podcast: Modi’s Cabinet and Sajjid Chinoy on economic choices the govt faces

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON MAY 20, 2020 09:42 PM IST
This week on the Grand Tamasha podcast, Sadanand Dhume of the American Enterprise Institute and the Wall Street Journal joins Milan Vaishnav (Director of the South Asia programme at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) to discuss the Modi government’s Cabinet picks.

Podcast: The Election Aftermath and Devesh Kapur on the Indian State

PUBLISHED ON MAY 29, 2019 11:56 PM IST
Milan and Lauren discuss whether the election marks a structural break in Indian electoral history and what, if any, impact the economy had on the outcome. Then, Milan sits down with Devesh Kapur, director of Asia programs at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
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