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  • Where in L.A. to find vada pav, Mumbai's most famous street snack

    Where in L.A. to find vada pav, Mumbai's most famous street snack
    Los Angeles, to its credit,┬áis wonderfully in touch with the world’s street foods. You can find Korean blood sausage, Thai papaya salad, Japanese okonomiyaki, Salvadorian papusas, Oaxacan tacos and Shanghai soup dumplings in the span of a single...
  • In India, ban on film about 2012 Delhi gang rape stirs debate

    In India, ban on film about 2012 Delhi gang rape stirs debate
    The convicted rapist speaks of the crime in a voice that is cool, dispassionate — and terrifying. “A decent girl” wouldn’t have been out at 9 p.m., he says, and “a girl is far more responsible for a rape than a boy.”...
  • How do you treat pain when most of the world's population can't get opioids?

    How do you treat pain when most of the world's population can't get opioids?
    In the United States, where doctors write more than 250 million prescriptions for painkillers a year, the frequency of abuse and overdose represents a public health crisis. More than 15,000 Americans died from an overdose of prescription opioids in 2013....
  • India and Pakistan seek to break diplomatic ice

    India and Pakistan seek to break diplomatic ice
    India’s top diplomat was in Pakistan on Tuesday for meetings that both sides described as a first step toward resuming talks on nuclear security, terrorism and a wide range of disputes between the archrival nations. Foreign Secretary...
  • Guns, sex and arrogance: I hated everything about America - until I moved here

    Guns, sex and arrogance: I hated everything about America - until I moved here
    As a college student, I hated almost everything about America. Growing up in India, I never viewed the United States as the promised land of freedom and wealth idealized in movies. I never fantasized about a utopia of gold-paved streets. Instead, I saw...
  • In India, a marathoner finishes with a new outlook on Mumbai

    In India, a marathoner finishes with a new outlook on Mumbai
    Popular Bollywood beats blared from my iPod, drowning out the pounding of my heart. As I walked to the start line of the marathon, I was already drenched with sweat. I realized this was the farthest I’d walked in Mumbai, a city of 13 million...
  • Indian premier finds a partnership with U.S. suits him

    Indian premier finds a partnership with U.S. suits him
    The suit said it all. As global fashion mavens know by now, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi met President Obama in New Delhi this week, the broad-chested 64-year-old Indian leader wore a navy blue suit with his name stitched into the wool over and...
  • In blow to Modi, anti-corruption party wins key India election by landslide

    In blow to Modi, anti-corruption party wins key India election by landslide
    An upstart anti-corruption party swept to a landslide victory Tuesday in state elections in the Indian capital, dealing the first significant political setback to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The opposition Aam Aadmi Party, whose name means “...
  • Cricket World Cup links fans to home

    Cricket World Cup links fans to home
    Neil Mohindra and Anna Lalani had 30 minutes to celebrate Valentine's Day. The couple, in their early 20s, donned their nicest clothes and perched across from each other in a booth at a local sushi restaurant. After two years of dating, both Mohindra...
  • Fishermen in Goa, India, dread return of mining

    Fishermen in Goa, India, dread return of mining
    In 2012, when the Supreme Court of India banned iron ore mining in the coastal state of Goa, fisherman Suresh Parab breathed a sigh of relief. More than 20 large mines had been operating in Parab's favorite fishing spot: the catchment area of the...
  • Scholar to discuss Jews of India

    Scholar to discuss Jews of India
    Jews in India have more freedom and few if any cases of discrimination than anywhere else in the world, according to Rabbi Romiel Daniel, the scholar in residence from Feb. 6-7 at Temple Beth El in Hollywood. Daniel emphasizes that the murder of a...