When I first saw an Occupy DC protestor, I had had to look really hard. There were a handful of them sitting around a corner of the McPherson Square, not very far from the White House. Read more
When Michele Bachman, a Republican running for the presidential nomination, said during the last debate, just this past week, that she demands that English be the national language of the US, I was taken aback a little. Read more
Definitely not Harvard, not Yale and not Princeton.
That’s not even our vision – to get the above ivy leaguers to India, said Kapil Sibal at a news briefing at the end of a long day of discussions and deliberations with his US counterpart at the first ever higher education summit. Read more
My first bite of the Apple came in 2005 January, and I have been in awe since. Read more
The US is not a soccer country. And until some years ago the game was played only by girls as a safer and softer alternative to football, the national obsession with broken bones and concussions.
Yet, the men’s national team has been in every edition of the world cup in the last few years and the women’s team nearly won it first cup earlier this year, losing to Japan in penalty kicks. Read more