Indian Diaspora

The Passage to Fiji

Bhaichand Patel

A beautiful island nation’s Indian connection

An Endearing Enigma

How does one explain India abroad?

Hazrat Inayat Khan: A Sufi maestro in Moscow

Hazrat Inayat Khan moved to Moscow in October 1913 and spent an eventful seven months in the city, attaining celebrity status. He was one of the earliest proponents of Indian culture in Russia

Jhumpa Lahiri: The Author of Anywhere

Jhumpa Lahiri’s new novel, written in Italian and translated into English, refreshes her themes of solitude and belonging with renewed vigour

Comment Is Free

The Canadian prime minister's remarks on the farmers’ agitation add to his record on gaffes

Priyanca Radhakrishnan First to Speak in Malayalam in New Zealand Parliament

Now minister in the Jacinda Ardern government, Radhakrishnan, 41, became MP in 2017

Modi’s Immunity Booster

India seized upon the pandemic as an opportunity to initiate difficult economic and legal reforms while ensuring delivery of money and essentials to the poor. Is this a new beginning in governance?

Capital Punishment

MG Vassanji’s new novel places an inter-faith love story in the heart of a polarised Delhi. The Toronto-based, Indian-African writer in conversation with Shikha Kumar

A Unique Work Ethic

The Indian American community behind ‘Howdy, Modi!’ showcased what unites America and India is greater than what divides it

The Power of Diaspora Politics

Indian expatriates vie for dual citizenship, voting rights


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