NEW YORK, NY – The upcoming ABC drama, This is Our Country, features a major storyline around a white man planning a terrorist attack. Continue reading “FOX Breaks Racial Boundaries, Casts White Actor As Terrorist In Upcoming TV Series”
Last night I got your letter and while I was reading it I felt as if you were beside me — holding my hand like you used to when I was a child. Remember when I would run through the rain? You’d grab my arm and drag me inside. You’d give me a towel to dry off and scold me for how careless I was. By the time I’d change into fresh clothes you’d have a hot bowl of Maggi waiting for me. Those Maggi noodles are still my favorite. Continue reading “Letters To My Mummi (No.2): Dreams”
QUEENS, NY – An area-wide investigation was launched Tuesday evening when local mom, Shanti Gupta, opened her refrigerator door to find the yogurt dabba that actually contained yogurt was missing. Continue reading “Mom Doesn’t Know Which Yogurt Container In Fridge Actually Contains Yogurt”
EDISON, NJ – In the middle of India’s most festive season, the New Jersey Young Adult Indian Association (NJYAI) has started to see a rise in other races attending Navratri and Diwali events.
Continue reading “Dandiya-Raas Events Nationwide Mistaken For That Trendy Workout Class”
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Moving into their new Bay Area apartment this past year, 25-year-old’s Amar Joshi, Shaan Tiwari, and Vishal Pathak, were ready to buy some furniture and create a temporary home for themselves.
ATLANTA – Hundreds from Atlanta’s South Asian community assembled at Drs. Hemant and Suresha Reddy’s Buckhead home this Saturday to join a surprise intervention on behalf of the couple’s son, Kishore Reddy.
Continue reading “Community Mobilizes to Save High School Freshman Interested in Gender Studies BA”
WASHINGTON D.C – FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, who in less than 10 days will push for the removal of net neutrality consumer protections, has dominated the headlines to the displeasure of everybody. Continue reading “Ajit Pai Tackles Net Neutrality To Prove He Didn’t Peak In Middle School”