There has been much hullabaloo over the developments in Jawaharlal Nehru University earlier this month in which “masked outsiders” attacked and injured, reportedly over two dozen students and also some teachers.
When he heard the news of the recent violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University, S. Rashid Naim, an 1979 alumnus of the prestigious university in New Delhi, who is now a professor at Georgia State University, was first shocked and upset like many others of his ilk.
As Sthuthi David was engrossed watching “The Sleeping Beauty,” her favorite Disney movie with her boyfriend Lee Loechler at the Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline, Massachusetts, she realized that the movie began to look different. The looks of the lead characters had changed; the princess suddenly looked darker and the prince looked like Loechler.
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s first major Indian American hire — a former college mate of his at Harvard and Oxford — Silicon Valley tech veteran Swati Mylavarapu — is apparently helping him rake in the cash for his campaign, putting him only second only to the Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign.