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By D.C. Pathak The world is experiencing major developments - political, ideological, and combative, attributable to the projection of religion in international politics. The rise of Islamic radical forces symbolized

By Mahtab Javed Siddiqui, Mental Health Unit, South Asian Network, Artesia, CA As a child, I watched my mother meticulously prepare a paste of turmeric and black pepper over

Photos: provided by author. Neera Sohoni By Neera Kuckreja Sohoni In 1945, freeing itself of Dutch colonial rule, Indonesia set up its own independent government headed by President Sukarno (Soekarno).

By Parthiv N. Parekh The massive national wave of devotion to Lord Ram witnessed recently during the consecration of the Mandir in Ayodhya, was breathtaking—and inspiring. Even though I

By Ajay Bhutoria In the realm of leadership, President Joe Biden has emerged as a truly exceptional figure, earning recognition as one of the greatest presidents in recent history.

By Farwa Aamer, Director of South Asia Initiatives, Asia Society Policy Institute As Pakistan braces for imminent elections in less than a week, the political landscape is marred by

By D.C.Pathak NEW DELHI - The anti-India remarks made by Maldives President Mohamed Muizzu on returning home from a five-day high-profile state visit to China on January 13, go

By Dr. Sudarshan Kapoor, Co-Chair and a Founding member, MLK Unity Committee, City of Fresno January 15 was a federal holiday in honor of Dr. King's 95th birthday, which was

Photo: Warren K Leffler, Library of Congress By Shakeel Syed “We are not makers of history. We are made by history,” said Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., whose life