How Princess Diana’s 1995 Interview Could Royally Damage the BBC
Twenty-six years after journalist Martin Bashir’s controversial interview with Lady Di, both the Crown and the BBC are once again under scrutiny.
Screen Time with Aneesh Chaganty
The director of “Searching” and “Run” talks about diversity in Hollywood, producing “Searching 2,” and his love for Christopher Nolan and Hrithik Roshan.
How India’s COVID Surge is Fueling the Vaccine Diplomacy Debate
Who gets to decide which country gets which vaccine?
How Recent Senate Hearings are Confirming our Fears of Sexism
In the taxonomy of American power, vocal women are castigated for taking up any space at all.
Why Brown Moms Love Princess Diana
The South Asian women who came of age in the 1980s viewed Lady Di as both a contemporary and a cautionary tale.
New Report Finds 49% of Indian Americans Approve of Modi
The research challenges commonly-held notions, such as whether Modi supporters are de facto Trump supporters.
Opinion: Kamala Harris is Not Your Aunty
Is referring to Vice President Harris as ‘aunty’ a term of kinship, or a potentially insidious erasure of her professional accomplishments?
Martin Luther King Jr.’s Pilgrimage to India
History still sees the legacies of the civil rights activist and independence leader Mahatma Gandhi as deeply intertwined.
Pursuing Happiness with Ravi Patel
We interviewed the comedic actor to find out how entertainment became a Patel family affair.
We Spoke to Doctors Who Took the COVID-19 Vaccine — Here’s What They Said
Healthcare workers roll up their sleeves during the first phase of U.S. distribution.
The Jungle Prince and the Western Gaze
How Western media built and unraveled a myth.