Play 'n' prayer
Can you imagine kids having a good time without TV, computer games and video games? Well, Mission Impossible was accomplished at the one-week annual summer camp of the Vivekananda Vedanta Society of Chicago.
For Vasudeva, Manoranjan is about emotion
The radio show host is proud that since his programme took off 10 years ago, only three shows have been pre-recorded.
Determined to be a doctor
Priyanka Seekand knew that medicine as a major would be a tall order on her mother's salary. So she simply worked hard and won three scholarships.
Keeping Indian tradition alive in Western homes
When she's not striking a pose, she's busy putting her ingenious stamp on textile designs. That's Vrinda Bhagwat, ace dancer and textile wholesaler.
Vajpayee may unveil Gandhi statue in Washington
The 8'8" high sculpture cast in bronze, by Indian sculptor Gautam Pal, will sit on a 6' high raised granite-paved platform.
Clinton hopes US commitment to India will continue
The United States president has expressed hope that the next administration in Washington will continue to be involved in resolving tension in the Indian subcontinent.
Voting for new list of 7 wonders begins
The project looks to preserve and protect the hundreds of heritage sites that epitomize great human achievements in architecture, design and engineering.
Raj Kapoor retrospective begins on Friday in Chicago
The films that will be on show are Awara, Barsaat, Shri 420, Jagte Raho, Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai, Mera Naam Joker and Bobby. All films will have English subtitles.