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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.

  • Winners of the SPAN photo contest on "My Community, My Planet."

  • American journalists navigate the transition toward online reporting.

  • 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.

  • What are the qualities that make these five American cities more innovative and creative than others?

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