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Excerpt: ‘India Connected’ by Ravi Agrawal
It wasn’t the case only in 2012. As hundreds of millions of Indians continued to discover the internet through 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and even 2017, Sunny Leone remained the most-searched-for person in India. People simply couldn’t get enough. (Prime Minister Narendra Modi made it to No. 2 in 2014, the year he was elected, but Leone remained the clear favorite.)
india  sex  mobile  cellphones  content  censorship  privacy  online 
4 weeks ago by allaboutgeorge
A growing number of California detainees are Indians crossing through Mexico to seek asylum
By early August, about 380 of the 680 migrants at the Victorville facility were Indian nationals, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, sent there as civil rather than criminal detainees pending the outcome of their immigration cases.

In addition, about 40% of the detainees at Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Imperial Valley facility are from India, a spokeswoman said. Nearly 20% of detainees at ICE’s Adelanto processing center are Indian.
immigration  india  ice  mexico  migration  prison 
august 2018 by allaboutgeorge
On Indian Minimalism | Vestoj
Which begs the question, what are the aesthetics of an emerging post-colonial economy? And when something different from what we expect arises, why don’t we have the interpretative frameworks to understand its nuances?
fashion  minimalism  journalism  aesthetics  economics  beauty  india 
september 2017 by allaboutgeorge
The Girls Stolen from the Streets of India - YouTube
It's been one month since the fatal gang rape incident in . Being female in is still dangerous for many:
Delhi  India  from twitter_favs
january 2013 by allaboutgeorge
It’s Morning in India -
India and America are both democracies, a top Indian official explained to me, but emotionally they are now ships passing in the night. Because today the poorest Indian maid believes that if she can just save a few dollars to get her kid English lessons, that kid will have a better life than she does. So she is an optimist. “But the guy in Kansas,” he added, “who today is enjoying a better life than that maid, is worried that he can’t pass it on to his kids. So he’s a pessimist.”
usa  india  politics  english  democracy  education 
november 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Arundhati Roy faces arrest over Kashmir remark | World news | The Guardian
"Some have accused me of giving 'hate speeches', of wanting India to break up. On the contrary, what I say comes from love and pride. It comes from not wanting people to be killed, raped, imprisoned or have their fingernails pulled out in order to force them to say they are Indians. It comes from wanting to live in a society that is striving to be a just one.

"Pity the nation that has to silence its writers for speaking their minds. Pity the nation that needs to jail those who ask for justice, while communal killers, mass murderers, corporate scamsters, looters, rapists, and those who prey on the poorest of the poor roam free."
india  writing  media  asian 
october 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Google Bets on Cheap Smartphones for India -
Rahul Choudhary, a 19-year-old fashion design student in New Delhi, said brand wasn't a factor when he bought his current handset, a Samsung smartphone.
"I just bought it because of the look of the phone and the touch screen. I didn't think too much," he said. "I used to have a Nokia but I'm not loyal to any particular brand."
android  nokia  symbian  google  india  mobile 
october 2010 by allaboutgeorge
About My Job: The Indologist - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan
The purpose of my field, then, is to understand something about the ways of being human in the world. And if I could find a single term to convey all that I’d be home free!
india  academia  humans  science  research  work  education  asia 
september 2010 by allaboutgeorge
AFP: White House veggies for Obama's big night
The guests' other choice, which also paid tribute to both Indian and African-American cuisine, was roasted potato dumplings with tomato chutney, chickpeas and okra.
vegetarian  food  whitehouse  obama  india 
november 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Finding self in another culture - Sacramento Living - Sacramento Food and Wine, Home, Health | Sacramento Bee
"When an Indian American writer portrays India, a reader will already have seen five other portrayals in other books and inject what they've seen before," she explained. "That leads readers to overlook other aspects of an immigrant experience."
india  writing  fiction  literature  books  sacramento  identity  culture 
november 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Indian Court Overturns Gay Sex Ban -
“The inclusiveness that Indian society traditionally displayed, literally in every aspect of life, is manifest in recognizing a role in society for everyone,” judges of the Delhi High Court wrote in a 105-page decision, India’s first to directly address rights for gay men and lesbians. “Those perceived by the majority as ‘deviants’ or ‘different’ are not on that score excluded or ostracized” [...]
india  gay  gender  sex  law  justice 
july 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Brad DeLong's "Our future as a financial colony" - THE WEEK
It's not that proxy contests will be initiated in Mandarin (although youngsters in Britain and America may well find themselves being sent to finishing schools in Maharashtra to purge themselves of their hillbilly Oxford or Boston accents and acquire the high-class English tones of Mumbai). But corporate bankruptcy will become a branch—probably the major branch—of international intrigue as governments find themselves dealt in whether they like it or not. And for the rest of us, "working for the man" will take on a brand-new—and foreign—dimension.
china  india  brazil  usa  business  finance  language  corporations  uk  government 
may 2009 by allaboutgeorge - Articles - New Study Explores Technology, Media and Youth Brands
The study also found that respondents had a favorite channel that they always tune into (80 percent in U.S., 73 percent in the U.K., 70 percent in Germany and 88 percent in India). The exception was Japan, where just 38 percent of youth have a go-to TV channel.
television  marketing  youth  japan  india  uk  usa  germany  media 
may 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Which is a Better Mobile Citizen Reporting Tool: Twitter or Ushahidi? | Gauravonomics Blog
In the end, the answer, as always, is the always unsatisfactory “it depends”.

In most cases, normal people will accidentally become citizen reporters and use tools like Twitter to share their 140 letters on a crisis. It will be up to us then to make sense of the high volume firehose of these unstructured tweets, using filters like near:location and filter:links, or mashups built on top of Twitter. Sometimes, a small percentage of us will feel motivated to find out structured citizen reporting platforms like Ushahidi or Twitter Voter Report and send in well-structured tweets with location information. Increasingly, many of us will use a Brightkite like system to pre-declare our locations, so that we don’t have to worry about the syntax of our SMSes.
twitter  social  news  journalism  media  location  india  usa  politics  socialnetworking  mapping  mobile 
january 2009 by allaboutgeorge
The Similarities and Differences Between Indian and Chinese Social Media Users | Gauravonomics Blog
Out of the next billion Internet users (and the next billion mobile users), a substantial number will come from emerging economies like India and China, which are also the two most populous countries in the world. Therefore, to understand the future of new media, it’s important to understand how new media is being used in India and China.
india  china  social  media  internet  blogging  demography  technology  mobile 
december 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Famed Indian film director keeps a foot in Silicon Valley - San Jose Mercury News
The answer lies in incredible maneuverability. It lies in being able to shift, change, create new things all the time. But what happens is, when you build a corporate structure, you've built a battleship, and a battleship can't move that fast. I can see a point where, in five years' time, corporate lawyers are technologists. Their job is to make sure you are protected for the first 24 hours — beyond which you are building a brand — not for 70 years, not for 100 years.
copyright  creativity  creativecommons  movies  cinema  film  india  technology  intervews  marketing 
december 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Op-Ed Columnist - A Penny for My Thoughts? -
But then in October, Dean Singleton, The Associated Press’s chairman and the head of the MediaNews Group — which counts The Pasadena Star-News, The Denver Post and The Detroit News in its stable of 54 daily newspapers — told the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association that his company was looking into outsourcing almost every aspect of publishing, including possibly having one news desk for all of his papers, “maybe even offshore.”

Noting that most preproduction work for MediaNews’s papers in California is already outsourced to India, cutting costs by 65 percent, Singleton advised, “If you need to offshore it, offshore it,” and said after the speech, “In today’s world, whether your desk is down the hall or around the world, from a computer standpoint, it doesn’t matter.”
journalism  media  medianews  news  business  india  globalization  california 
december 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The World - India Calling -
"If there is a creative class, in Richard Florida’s phrase, there is also emerging what might be called a fusion class: people positioned to mediate among the multiple societies that claim them."
india  business  globalization  diaspora  creative  immigration  usa  class  culture  society 
november 2008 by allaboutgeorge
MediaNews CEO: Outsourcing could be in journalism's future -
"AVENTURA, Fla. (AP) — Newspaper publishers should consider consolidating and outsourcing news operations — even overseas — to save money as revenues continue to shrink, the head of a major U.S. newspaper company said Monday.

MediaNews Group CEO Dean Singleton, who also serves as chairman of the board of The Associated Press, told the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association that papers should explore outsourcing in nearly every aspect of their operations. [...]"
newspapers  media  journalism  medianews  news  india  globalization  business  corporations  california 
october 2008 by allaboutgeorge
A fearful India turns to video for security - The National Newspaper
"[...] This spring, [New Delhi] also installed cameras at 59 stops along its subway line. So far, concerns about privacy have been muted, likely because so much of the city remains outside of CCTV’s watchful eye – a far cry from London’s roughly 1,800 cameras, monitoring virtually every inch of public space. But there have been concerns about how surveillance footage will be used. The surveillance industry does not fall under any government legislation. [...]"
india  asian  transit  privacy  security  video  government  transportation  public 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Journalist seeking paycheck? Try India | Salon News
"I decided to go to India because the promised experience just seems tremendous. Readership is skyrocketing, as are profits. The managing editor also said he really wants to strengthen the multimedia elements of the Web site, and there's money available to put into development."
india  journalism  media  newspapers  globalization  freelance  work  jobs  asian 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Opinion - The Public Editor: Newspapers dying? Not if you take a global view -
"'Internet advertising revenues – not just newspapers online, but all Internet advertising – was up 32.45 percent over one year and 200 percent over five years,' the report said."
newspapers  media  journalism  business  corporations  world  europe  asia  japan  china  india 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The divorce rate in Delhi has doubled: that's worthy of celebratory bhangra | Sathnam Sanghera - Times Online
"Families are the last people who should be entrusted with the task of finding you a spouse, for they are incapable of appreciating that you may have changed since the age of 12."
marriage  india  uk  relationships  families  ritual 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge Ink Q&A - Nikolai Grozni
"Life is absurd — and so is enlightenment. Life is funny — and so is enlightenment. Life is larger than categories, absolutes, and dogmas. And so is enlightenment."
buddhism  religion  spirituality  travel  india  aesthetics  humor  ritual  memory 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Chinese, Arabic and Hindi domain names to go up for sale – finally! | The Industry Standard
"As the world’s population shifts, and the languages based on the Roman alphabet continue to decline in dominance, this decision will only continue to grow in importance."
language  internet  web  china  india  arabic  asian  online  english 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge Our part-time home and native land
"We give a very different message. We tell them that it's a good place to do business — implicitly 'for a while' — and that you don't have to give up your prior identity, and by and large Canada has done very well in this way."
canada  politics  immigration  education  business  identity  asian  china  india 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Native Intelligence: India: Editing broadsheets abroad
"However, as Mindworks has made copy editing part of its mission, I thought I might help clean up its Careers page. Consider it a bit of reverse outsourcing."
journalism  editing  english  language  india  newspapers  copyediting 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
How India 'Colonized' Britain - TIME
"Irrespective of the kind of things that happened in our past we owe a lot to Britain. And now that it's our turn in the sun of course we look at British things in a desirable way."
india  uk  culture  immigration  asia 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | Burma: Sandwiched between giants
"The consequences of that seem to suggest a shift in perspective more from the Indian side than from China's, which has never claimed to be a champion of human rights. [...]"
india  china  geography  asia  power  politics  burma 
february 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The fatal shore | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited
"[E]xpatriate Bangladeshis send more money home per capita than their Chinese and Indian counterparts. Last year, over $5bn went directly into the Bangladeshi economy, sent from Britain, the US, and, most substantially, from the Middle East."
bangladesh  asia  money  globalization  china  india  economics 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Economy and Geopolitics Decide Where Oil Goes Next - New York Times
“There is still a lot of demand that is outside of the United States. There is increasing oil consumption, particularly in the developing nations, and oil is getting more difficult to find.”
energy  economics  nytimes  china  india  globalization 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Losing an Edge, Japanese Envy India’s Schools - New York Times
“Until now, Japanese saw China and India as backwards and poor. As Japan loses confidence in itself, its attitudes toward Asia are changing. It has started seeing India and China as nations with something to offer."
japan  china  india  education  asia  asian  identity  globalization 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
You Must Remember This - New York Times
"Over the next 12 years, some economists predict, more than 150 million Indians will buy cars. China, meanwhile, may have 140 million cars on its roads by 2020."
china  india  scooter  marketing  oil  urban  cities  transportation  cars  energy  globalization 
december 2007 by allaboutgeorge
India's Cheeky 'Chick Lit' Finds an Audience -
"They inhabit a world where women enjoying a drink in the bar are not social outcasts. They are not tragic figures because they are single."
women  india  feminism  writing  novels  identity  work  jobs  literature  english 
november 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Careers Give India’s Women New Independence - New York Times
"It signals a kind of change and acceptability. It testifies to women’s desire and wish to be economically independent, to be able to interact in public space and be in the same world as men.”
women  india  work  jobs  identity  feminism  marriage  relationships 
november 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Ross Douthat (October 10, 2007) - Reihan: Defending Wes Anderson
"Once we give up on the idea that white people are the center of the universe, which we should, it makes sense to have a Tyler Perry of the white man. That's Wes Anderson."
film  cinema  ethnicity  race  identity  india  white 
october 2007 by allaboutgeorge
In India, a Jewish Outpost Slowly Withers -
"We couldn't bring ourselves to leave. We are Indians, too. Why should we leave the only place we have known as home? Besides, I like this place. And I like the people."
judaism  religion  india  spirituality 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
BBC NEWS | South Asia | India rattled by vibrating condom
"The government's job is to promote family planning and population control measures rather than market products for sexual pleasure."
sex  india  aesthetics  design  hiv  aids  families  government  asian  asia 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Muslims assimilate better in U.S. than Europe, poll finds - International Herald Tribune
"African-American Muslims were more than three times as likely as Muslim immigrants - the largest numbers coming from Pakistan, Iran, India and Lebanon - to express dissatisfaction with national conditions."
islam  religion  polls  usa  india  iran  lebanon  pakistan  race  identity  ethnicity  immigration 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Ghawar, Going, Gone... | MetaFilter
"Think about what it would be like if you had to take a 5% pay cut every year for the rest of your life, that may help."
oil  energy  saudiarabia  usa  corporations  africa  china  india  refinery  sustainable 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
90% Asian Americans go online: Survey-Indians Overseas-The Times of India
"Americans of Indian and Chinese origin spend the most hours on the Internet and young Asian Americans between the ages of 25 and 34 are the largest Internet users."
asian  internet  india  china  usa  ethnic  www  research  online 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: The Endless Journey Home
"The theme I’m most interested in is, can a foreigner be a native? I’m interested in the seesaw of it, because I’m not sure that in the deepest way that’s possible. Ultimately you have to understand where you came from. Otherwise you’re lost.”
india  cinema  identity  immigration  ethnicity 
march 2007 by allaboutgeorge
India to outsource paperwork to American firm - Los Angeles Times
"I'm all in favor of something that employs American workers. It kind of makes up for all those call centers."
india  work  jobs  economics  usa 
march 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Cubicle Culture -
"Utkarsh Vardhan, Ms. Pandey's cube neighbor at Wipro, says employees are supposed to use their real names. 'But I tried it,' explains Mr. Vardhan, and customers called him 'Whatever your name is.' Says Mr. Vardhan: 'My accent trainer suggested 'Philip.'"
india  asian  work  jobs  outsourcing  identity 
february 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Love marriages in India break usual arrangements | Chicago Tribune
"Hi, I'm Goofy. Gender: male. Height: 2.65 feet. Caste: Labrador. Sub-caste: Yellow."
dogs  marriage  relationships  india  asian  love 
february 2007 by allaboutgeorge
BoGlobe: Indian immigrants enticed to go home
"Let me put it this way -- after living 20 years in the Bay Area I had 80 telephone numbers in my cellphone and after living here two years I have 200."
immigration  india  identity  travel  retirement  ethnic  asian 
february 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Let's Burn The Burqa :
"Some 1,500 years ago, it was decided for an individual's personal reasons that women should have purdah and since then millions of Muslim women all over the world have had to suffer it."
religion  men  women  islam  india  gender  fashion  identity 
january 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: China’s New Leftist
“People ask in the West, How could China develop capitalism with an authoritarian state? But that’s ignoring how modern capitalism grew in the West, without much democracy and with the help of imperialism and colonialism."
china  india  politics  power  environment  health  population  capitalism  sustainable  society  farming 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
Little India: Desi Hip Hop
"Hip-hop has roots, but it is also a form of expression significant across race, color and class lines to people who identify with it."
hiphop  india  asian  identity  music  songwriting  ethnicity  creativity 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
CJR September/October 2005: Maximum City
"I was my own Metro section. I assigned myself stories, and I reported them. I’d walk out onto the streets with my backpack and my laptop, and I would just go everywhere. So it was just really random."
journalism  india  newspapers  nonfiction  writing 
october 2005 by allaboutgeorge
WaPo: Story of His Life
"The art of the novel, I think, is to open worlds to you. And it seems to me we live in a time when that's of desperate importance. So why would that be the time when you declared the novel dead?"
writing  novels  fiction  india  lunch 
september 2005 by allaboutgeorge
BBC News: Free school for one-girl families
"India, with a population of over one billion, has only 933 women per thousand men according to the 2001 census."
men  women  india  education  population 
september 2005 by allaboutgeorge
Guardian UK: Review | The spice of life
"In the process she neatly undercuts our fantasies about origins, beginnings, and authenticity, the possibility that there is a place somewhere high up in the hills where you can still taste these dishes in their original form."
books  food  india  uk 
september 2005 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: Courtship Ideas of South Asians Get a U.S. Touch
"Among South Asian men and women here in their 20's and 30's, the vast majority of whom are foreign born, fewer than 10 percent marry outside their ethnic group, according to an analysis of the Census Bureau's 2003 American Community Survey [...]"
india  marriage  men  women  usa  family  friendship  love 
august 2005 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: The Drums of India Hip-Hop Toward a Hit
"It's the equivalent of finding a female drummer in a rock 'n' roll band. It's not unheard of, but it's unusual."
india  music  women  gender 
may 2005 by allaboutgeorge
Observer UK: Don't tell Liz, but the sari's so out
"You can't escape the fact that the sari is just not a very comfortable item of clothing. You can't slip it on and off like jeans and a T-shirt. It crumples, it slips downs, its pleats get lost - it requires a lot of maintenance."
india  fashion  women  aesthetics 
april 2005 by allaboutgeorge
The Sitayana by Nina Paley
OMFG! (via an e-mail from
ramayana  mythology  india  jazz  animation 
april 2005 by allaboutgeorge
Amardeep Singh: An Indian Speculative Fiction Writer: Vandana Singh
"[W]hat seems different (Indian?) in Vandana Singh's style is her juxtaposing of the ongoing reality of poverty in Indian life with the imaginative freedom of speculative metaphors from science."
india  asian  sciencefiction  poor  writing 
march 2005 by allaboutgeorge
Name Changes of Cities in India
Probably not the last reference I'll find on this subject, but still good to have around; I changed "Madras" to "Chennai" in a number of tsunami stories
india  cities  politics  tsunami  asian 
february 2005 by allaboutgeorge
Comparing Basque and the Dravidian Languages
I was looking for the meaning of the word "bikku" after watching a scene in Michael Winterbottom's "Code 46" and hearing it as a character's name
language  identity  india  cinema  sciencefiction  asian  religion 
january 2005 by allaboutgeorge
Guardian Unlimited: Bhangra knights
"Almost overnight I went from being a geeky Asian kid, who people called a Paki for no apparent reason, to being someone who people wanted in their crew to help them tag the sides of buses."
asian  india  music  radio  uk 
december 2004 by allaboutgeorge
LAT: Stark Contrasts Found Among Asian Americans
"Asian Americans are seen as a model minority who are not suffering from barriers to education or progress. But if you look closely, you see a community that covers the whole spectrum, from wealthy to very poor."
asian  china  ethnicity  identity  india  usa 
december 2004 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: Indian, Twice Removed
"We call it the Indian Connection. I glance over at them and they glance over at me, and we exchange a smile."
asian  ethnicity  identity  india  nyc 
december 2004 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: Fine Crafts in India Go the Way of Fairy Soap
"What matters now in India, as elsewhere, is not one's ability to patronize a skilled craftsman, but to demonstrate one's enrollment in a homogenous fraternity of a global striving class. What matters is logos."
aesthetics  fashion  india  marketing 
november 2004 by allaboutgeorge
WaPo: A Star of The Staged
"My parents? They laughed in my face, of course. They had the same idea that every Indian parent has for their child. Being a doctor or lawyer or something to that effect. I chose totally the opposite."
india  men  sports  usa  wrestling 
november 2004 by allaboutgeorge
Guardian UK: Things grow better with Coke
"I think Coke has found its right use. Farmers have traditionally used sugary solutions to attract red ants to feed on insect larvae."
beverages  farming  india  science 
november 2004 by allaboutgeorge
BBC News: How brown is white Britain?
"There's a fine line to be walked here and I think that any integration of a culture means knowing how to respect it."
asian  ethnicity  identity  india  race  uk 
october 2004 by allaboutgeorge
CSM: S. Asia struts on UN catwalk
"Hamid Karzai is the best dressed man in the world today. He has a natural sense of style, he knows how to connect with the ethnic groups and he fuses that together very well."
aesthetics  asian  fashion  india 
october 2004 by allaboutgeorge
Stingy Kids: A Word of Your Own
"cho-DER" is nothing you want to go around saying near Hindi speakers, s'all I'm sayin' ... ;-)
india  language 
september 2004 by allaboutgeorge
Mrigini Or Hasthini? :
"After all, modern India is an outcome of more than a billion individual acts of sexual intercourse; then there are many billions more that left no progeny."
india  sex  writing 
september 2004 by allaboutgeorge
Gandhi In Palestine :
"Indeed, the wall between two peoples in this region is more than just a physical reality."
activism  india  israel  mideast  palestine 
september 2004 by allaboutgeorge
India Steps Away from the Old Song and Dance (
"In India, 80 percent or more is sexually transmitted. I think we've just had enough of this hiding behind the blanket of one woman, one man, which is not there anymore in society. It's high time we faced the truth."
aids  cinema  india 
september 2004 by allaboutgeorge
WP: Beyond the Mat: Yoga Stretches Out
"If I go into a class and say, 'Ardha baddha padma pascimottanasana,' they're going to go 'What?'"
exercise  india  marketing  social 
august 2004 by allaboutgeorge
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