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Maneet Ahuja
Maneet Ahuja is the Editor-at-Large at Forbes, specializing in the intersection of Wall Street, billionaires, and entrepreneurial capitalism. She began her journey in finance at seventeen with Citigroup, earning the…
Jun/07/2024 / by Abhijit Masih
Garden Glory
South Asian icons dazzle at the Met Gala This year’s annual star-studded extravaganza at the Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrated “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion” and featured some of the most…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
Rohini
Rohini Iyer shines at Gold House Gold Gala in Los Angeles The third annual Gold House Gold Gala in Los Angeles was held last month. Dubbed the “Asian Met Gala,”…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
Making Her Mark
Payal Kapadia’s All We Imagine As Light scores big at Cannes With all the glamour of the annual Cannes Film Festival in France, this year’s festival shined one of its…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
Modi Claims Victory
A narrow win for the Prime Minister seeking his third term in the world’s largest election Despite a stronger-than-expected challenge from his opposition, on June 4, 73-year-old Indian Prime Minister…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
Your Spice Mix
How to be sure you’re really eating clean Researching food, restaurants and their makers is often a pretty fabulous job, but like anything pretty on the surface sometimes it’s scary…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
Shicken
Shicken Joins Beyond Meat in the Plant-Based Food Aisle The burger scene saw the demand for meatless options rise so much so that even fast-food giants like Burger King now…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
Moji Masala
A Kashmiri girl and an Irish boy make for a fabulous dinner on the fly It’s only now in 2024 we are hearing of the many fruits born of the…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
Space Philosopher
A new book argues that all leaders need to have a competitive space strategy A visionary known for her expertise in both people and technology strategy, Elizabeth Varghese has been…
Jun/07/2024 / by Abhijit Masih
India's historic election
India’s historic election points to the power and diverse preferences of women voters  In India’s 2024 election, a powerful force determined the next leaders of the world’s largest democracy: women…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
Seema Yasmin
A new book documents the ABCs of Queer History Emmy Award-winning journalist, medical doctor and Professor Dr. Seema Yasmin grew up without the books she wishes she had as a…
Jun/07/2024 / by Abhijit Masih
Kanwal
A renowned makeup artist shares her creative journey from finance to facial features With a skill set honed to precision and a heart devoted to uplifting her clients, Kanwal Batool…
Jun/07/2024 / by Abhijit Masih
Sonrei
It can be extra challenging to find sun protection that doesn’t look chalky or greasy on South Asian skin—but the industry has come a long way While we may know…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
Nazia Siddiqui
Designer Nazia Siddiqui combines sumptuousness with sustainability While many might prefer the comfort, air conditioning, and the fixed prices of the great American shopping mall, for others, the bazaars of…
Jun/07/2024 / by Elizabeth Marglin
Amita and Bhanu
Being a full-time caretaker takes time, but comes with its own special joys It’s been more than a year since you died, and yet it feels like yesterday. You took…
Jun/07/2024 / by Amita Mehta
Suhana
A junior in high school established an organization for teens and elderly to connect Since my youth, I have lived among my extended family, whether in India, Thailand, or the…
Jun/07/2024 / by Suhana Kumar
Shonali
Caring for aging family members and the elderly has long been a core cultural value—but immigration and changing generational expectations have put new pressures on the practice. Here’s how three…
Jun/07/2024 / by Shonali Burke
Sundeep
Across several mediums, Sundeep Morrison’s is breaking barriers for LGBTQ+ people A child of Panjabi Sikh immigrants, Sundeep Morrison pursues their passion as a storyteller to explore the beautiful and,…
Jun/07/2024 / by Abhijit Masih
Unspoken Danger
Oral cancer continues to affect South Asians at higher rates We use our mouths everyday to speak, laugh, and eat. But despite our familiarity with this well-used part of our…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
The Heart of the Matter
The surprising factors putting South Asian health at greater risk When it comes to heart health, most people think of diet and exercise. But a new study reveals that social…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
How music therapy can reconnect your roots Growing up in Southern Illinois, Sangeeta Swamy, a second-generation South Asian whose parents hail from Tamil Nadu, found the lack of racial diversity…
Jun/07/2024 / by Elizabeth Marglin
Hope ablaze
In this dynamic debut, reminiscent of All My Rage and The Poet X, the plot dives into the life of a Muslim teen navigating her identity in post-9/11 America. Nida has long been…
Jun/07/2024 / by Team Seema
With the sun out and about, why not add a seasonal special on your plate with some summer salads? Summer is the season to enjoy fresh and wholesome summer produce.…
Jun/07/2024 / by Bindu Gopal Rao