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Celebrated Indian American chef Floyd Cardoz talks about his restaurants, his favorite Indian dishes and how food strengthens relations.
While some prefer an experienced politician as the U.S. president, others want an “outsider” with new ideas and approach.
Millennials form 31 percent of the U.S. voting population and can have a huge impact on the 2016 presidential election.
Independent voters are gaining importance in the U.S. elections.
Campaign volunteers devote endless time and energy to the candidates and causes they care about most.
Indian student organizations at U.S. universities provide support to students and help them stay in touch with their roots.
Rishi Aggarwal says reduce, reuse and recycle are three simple ways to deal with the issue of waste.intro
IVLP alumna Shriya Bhatia says that Indian cities must retain their traditional architecture while moving toward development and modernization.
Fulbright Fellow Nitin Narang brings city-centric wisdom to communities in India and beyond.
American journalists navigate the transition toward online reporting.
Winners of the SPAN photo contest on "My Community, My Planet."
Meet America’s remarkably diverse future.
Integration of immigrants to the United States is a vibrant, dynamic process that involves not just immigrants but receiving communities, public institutions and private organizations.