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• The Hindu vote
• Don’t bring religion into politics
• Sharan Kaur runs for school board
• Why should India crave US approval?
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• 'Madam, Zamaana Disco Wala Hai'
• Hope & light at Gracie Mansion
• The art of Diwali
• The making of a Blockbuster Diwali
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India Abroad Person of the Year Awards
Communities need leaders; the need becomes more pronounced as the community grows. These leaders need to be visionaries; people who can tap into the community's strengths and shape its course. It is to recognize and celebrate the achievements in the Indian-American community of such leaders that India Abroad institutes the Person of the Year awards.
Person of the Year Awards
India Abroad Person of the Year
Saluting those in the Indian diaspora who have contributed the most to the Indian community in the past year.Read more...
About the myriad places of worship across the US – and what makes each of them special.Read more ...
India Abroad Power List
Celebrating those in the community who have had the most impact on the larger communityRead more...
India Abroad NGO Special
Recognizing the finest groups for the non-profit sector who work for the community.Read more...
India Abroad MBA Special
Assessing the value of a business degree, given the indifferent economic climateRead more...
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas 2014
When the diaspora across the planet come together to honor the best of their own.Read more...