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  • DakshinaChitra, a living history museum founded by Deborah Thiagarajan in Chennai, preserves and promotes the rich cultural heritage of South India.

  • A grant from the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation helped document and preserve Varanasi’s historic Balaji Ghat.

  • Fulbright-Nehru fellow and HR expert Arup Varma says organizations need to address contextual issues while appraising expatriates.

  • Although Americans won't elect a president in the 2018 midterm elections, their choices will have a big effect on the country's direction.

  • U.S. military veterans honored each November.  

  • The Keystone Foundation works with indigenous communities in the Nilgiris in Tamil Nadu to improve their livelihoods while conserving their cultures. 

  • Fulbright scholar and Indian Forest Service officer Samir Sinha talks about the conservation efforts in U.S. and Indian national parks.

  • SUSIs alumnus Vaibhav Chakraborty talks about his experience of visiting Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park during his exchange trip to the United States. 

  • From Florida to California, young Americans are eager to study about India, its neighbors and beyond.

  • As a curator at the Freer|Sackler galleries, Debra Diamond shares the history and culture of Asian art with the world.

  • The American Center New Delhi’s Nexus Incubator harnesses U.S.-India collaborations to help start-ups thrive.

  • The India Innovation Growth Programme identifies India’s leading entrepreneurs and, through partnerships with local and American companies and universities, gives them the tools they need to attain success

  • The book presents a nuanced and data-rich analysis of the remarkable success of Indian Americans.

  • Anuraag Saxena, co-founder of the India Pride Project, talks about his team’s mission to bring back India’s stolen treasures from around the world.

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