SELECTED ARTICLES :


ECONOMY

The Democratization of Credit is Over
The Wall Street Journal

Recession Forces Nonprofits to Merge
The Wall Street Journal

U.S. Deters Hiring of Foreigners Amid Joblessness
The Wall Street Journal

Governors Try to Convince Voters That Problems Have to be Shared
The Wall Street Journal

Economy Intensifies Hunt for a High School Diploma
The Wall Street Journal


ARTS/CULTURE
 
One man's quest to keep a song from ubiquity
The Wall Street Journal

The almirah as a symbol of old India we can't shed
Mint

How to wear a sari
Mint

Interview with India's best-selling author, Chetan Bhagat
Mint
 
 
EDUCATION

A comparison of Indian and American schools
The Wall Street Journal

Getting into school
Mint


IDENTITY

Why, even in the New India, we bought an Ambassador
Homeland Insecurities

 
INDIAN POLITICS

Why Manmohan Singh won
The Wall Street Journal

 
TRAVEL

A horrible holiday salvaged by God himself
Mint

Dolphin watching in Assam
Mint

Listening to the rocks of Ajanta and Ellora
Mint

Kashmir
Mint

 
WIDER ANGLE
I wrote a weekly column for Mint on the changing India I encountered.
It was loved and hated, but well read. Here's a few of my favorites:

 
Nothing American about a school shooting in Gurgaon

The day India's largest real estate company went public

On my grandmother's death

On the office lift leveling society

Crappy customer service

Comparing Mayawati to Sarah Palin

India's other great export: trophy wives

Land of the sexually repressed

Stop asking me who my father is

Saving the Indian marriage



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