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Caste in the USA, Episode 10: Challenging caste supremacy on social media, and how Savarna silence breeds impunity
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Caste in the USA, Episode 10: Challenging caste supremacy on social media, and how Savarna silence breeds impunity

'Caste In The USA' is a podcast series examining the pervasiveness of caste discrimination among Indians in the US, hosted by Equality Labs' Thenmozhi Soundararajan. This is Episode 10.

Caste in the USA, Episode 9: Examining the trials of representing caste in the 'elite' art world
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Caste in the USA, Episode 9: Examining the trials of representing caste in the 'elite' art world

'Caste In The USA' is a podcast series examining the pervasiveness of caste discrimination among Indians in the US, hosted by Equality Labs' Thenmozhi Soundararajan. This is Episode 9.

Caste in the USA, Episode 8: Decoding biases, inherent dominant supremacy in the field of public healthcare
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Caste in the USA, Episode 8: Decoding biases, inherent dominant supremacy in the field of public healthcare

'Caste In The USA' is a podcast series examining the pervasiveness of caste discrimination among Indians in the US, hosted by Equality Labs' Thenmozhi Soundararajan. This is Episode 8.

Caste in the USA, Episode 7: Why the Savarna controlling of public policy normalises casteism, foils diversity
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Caste in the USA, Episode 7: Why the Savarna controlling of public policy normalises casteism, foils diversity

'Caste In The USA' is a podcast series examining the pervasiveness of caste discrimination among Indians in the US, hosted by Equality Labs' Thenmozhi Soundararajan. This is Episode 7.

Caste in the USA, Episode 6: Navigating casteism in the Telugu diaspora, universities and workplaces
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Caste in the USA, Episode 6: Navigating casteism in the Telugu diaspora, universities and workplaces

'Caste In The USA' is a podcast series examining the pervasiveness of caste discrimination among Indians in the US, hosted by Equality Labs' Thenmozhi Soundararajan. This is Episode 6.

Caste in the USA, Episode 5: On social isolation as a result of caste networks in the diaspora
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Caste in the USA, Episode 5: On social isolation as a result of caste networks in the diaspora

'Caste In The USA' is a podcast series examining the pervasiveness of caste discrimination among Indians in the US, hosted by Equality Labs' Thenmozhi Soundararajan. This is Episode 5.

Caste in the USA, Episode 4: Battling caste bias as a Dalit woman in tech, and thriving under non-Indian bosses
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Caste in the USA, Episode 4: Battling caste bias as a Dalit woman in tech, and thriving under non-Indian bosses

'Caste In The USA' is a podcast series examining the pervasiveness of caste discrimination among Indians in the US, hosted by Equality Labs' Thenmozhi Soundararajan. This is Episode 4.

Caste in the USA, Episode 3: Understanding caste from the lens of the privileged — a Brahmin's journey
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Caste in the USA, Episode 3: Understanding caste from the lens of the privileged — a Brahmin's journey

'Caste In The USA' is a podcast series examining the pervasiveness of caste discrimination among Indians in the US, hosted by Equality Labs' Thenmozhi Soundararajan. This is Episode 3.

Caste in the USA, Episode 2: Dalit technologist Sam Cornelius on how casteism pervades tech world in India and US
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Caste in the USA, Episode 2: Dalit technologist Sam Cornelius on how casteism pervades tech world in India and US

'Caste In The USA' is a podcast series examining the pervasiveness of caste discrimination among Indians in the US, hosted by Equality Labs' Thenmozhi Soundararajan. This is Episode 2.

Caste in the USA, Episode 1: Conversations about casteism in Indian diaspora are vital to challenging its impact
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Caste in the USA, Episode 1: Conversations about casteism in Indian diaspora are vital to challenging its impact

'Caste In The USA' is a podcast series examining the pervasiveness of caste discrimination among Indians in the US, hosted by Equality Labs' Thenmozhi Soundararajan. This is Episode 1.

174 Indian nationals file lawsuit against Trump's suspension of H-1B visas, claim it 'hurts US economy, separates families'
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174 Indian nationals file lawsuit against Trump's suspension of H-1B visas, claim it 'hurts US economy, separates families'

In his presidential proclamation on 22 June, Donald Trump temporarily suspended the issuing of H-1B work visas till the end of the year

A robust caste discourse in Indian diaspora's classical dance practices is vital — and overdue
Lifestyle

A robust caste discourse in Indian diaspora's classical dance practices is vital — and overdue

The Black Lives Matter movement must spark a reckoning within the diaspora Indian classical dance world with its own race and caste issues

Indian upper caste outrage against racism in the West is in jarring contrast to apathy towards marginalised at home
India

Indian upper caste outrage against racism in the West is in jarring contrast to apathy towards marginalised at home

While 'Black Lives Matter' needs and deserves all the attention coming its way, the sudden outrage by India's upper caste on this issue seems rather hypocritical, considering their long history of brutality against Dalits and Adivasis.

Donald Trump's immigration plans create panic and anger among the Indian diaspora in the US
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Donald Trump's immigration plans create panic and anger among the Indian diaspora in the US

By Tuesday, Donald Trump had ordered a 60-day halt in issuing green cards to prevent people from immigrating to the United States, backing away from his harder-edged plans to suspend guest-worker programmes after business groups erupted in anger at the prospect of losing labour from countries like India

Coronavirus pandemic puts brakes on Gulf economies; stranded Indian workers fear contracting infection, loss of livelihoods
India

Coronavirus pandemic puts brakes on Gulf economies; stranded Indian workers fear contracting infection, loss of livelihoods

The coronavirus pandemic is a testing time for Indians who migrated abroad in search of work, particularly in the Gulf.

Imran Khan, on International Anti-corruption Day, tells Pakistanis living abroad to learn from Indian diaspora
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Imran Khan, on International Anti-corruption Day, tells Pakistanis living abroad to learn from Indian diaspora

Addressing a ceremony to mark International Anti-corruption Day, Imran Khan said Pakistan was facing an existential threat due to rampant corruption.

Britain's Labour Party's U-turn over Kashmir issue reveals growing clout of Indian diaspora that supports Narendra Modi's policies
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Britain's Labour Party's U-turn over Kashmir issue reveals growing clout of Indian diaspora that supports Narendra Modi's policies

The Chair of the Labour Party, Ian Lavery, issued a letter on Monday acknowledging the 'sensitivities' that exist over the situation in Kashmir.

Dutch king and queen pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat; royal couple met Ram Nath Kovind, Narendra Modi earlier today
India

Dutch king and queen pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat; royal couple met Ram Nath Kovind, Narendra Modi earlier today

Apart from the official programme in Delhi, the King and the Queen will also visit Mumbai and Kerala, and the royal couple will attend the inaugural session of the 25th Technology Summit in New Delhi

UK's Jeremy Corbyn says language in Labour Party's Kashmir resolution can be 'misinterpreted as hostile to India'
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UK's Jeremy Corbyn says language in Labour Party's Kashmir resolution can be 'misinterpreted as hostile to India'

Jeremy Corbyn has said that some of the language in a controversial Kashmir resolution passed by his party have the scope of being 'misinterpreted as hostile to India'.

The Juvenile Immigrant: A new book captures the diaspora experience and identity politics that accompanies it
Life

The Juvenile Immigrant: A new book captures the diaspora experience and identity politics that accompanies it

Namrata Verghese, the author of The Juvenile Immigrant, discusses why all writing is inherently political, and what constitutes the American Dream for people of Indian origin in 2019