Showing posts from September, 2005

Let Hamas take part in election, Israeli urges

Israel should not prevent the Islamic militant group Hamas from participating in Palestinian elections in January, but it must insist that the group disarm before doing so, says the deputy mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo.

India accord seen tough sell on Hill

The Bush administration will have a tough time convincing skeptical members of Congress that its July 18 decision to undertake civilian nuclear cooperation with India will not undermine the U.S. commitment to nonproliferation.

Pro Cricket: Yanks on the Pitch

On a recent Sunday afternoon, two teams of men smartly attired in cricketing gear prepared for a face-off at a minor league baseball field in a suburb of Washington, D.C. Three hours later, with the match satisfactorily over, the cheery group was packing its bags and heading home.

Desi Infotainment for the Diaspora

More TV programs for people of South Asian heritage are being produced in America by journalists and entrepreneurs with roots in the subcontinent.