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Style profile: Gauri Sathe on mental health, perseverance and the importance of a good pair of shoes

Gauri Sathe, who lives with her husband and two kids in San Jose, California, has ambitions to do a little bit of everything. By day, …

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Ask an educator: What will my child’s schooling look like this year?

As we hit month five of a global pandemic that has changed our lives and created new societal norms like mask-wearing and social distancing, many …

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NextGen college tours: Why Jayan Joshi chose Cornell

With campuses closed to visits from prospective students, the Indian SCENE is bringing its own college tours to you. This week, The Indian SCENE spoke …

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Association spotlight: South Asian Mental Health Initiative and Network addresses stigma and barriers to care

Through my work within the South Asian community as a practicing psychiatrist for four decades, I’ve observed that, just like any other community, we suffer …

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A physician’s plea: Stay vigilant to stop another COVID-19 crisis

March, April and May are still somewhat of a blur. I was working both in inpatient and outpatient care and all I saw was COVID-19. …

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Top 10 Bollywood Music Countdown – JULY 2020

 1 – Gallan Goriyan | Dhvani Bhanushali, Taz  Dhvani Bhanushali & Taz The #1 track is the latest Bollywood smash hit – Gallan Goriyan. Check …

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Recipe: Khandvi, a savory snack that melts in your mouth

Suralichya vadya, in Marathi, or Khandvi, in Gujarati, is an extremely popular snack in Gujarat and Maharashtra. These bite-sized rolls of chickpea flour and yogurt are …

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Q&A: Children’s author Supriya Kelkar on the writing process and the need for diverse books

In one of children’s author Supriya Kelkar’s books, ten-year-old Anjali learns about non-violent resistance and caste against the backdrop of the Indian independence movement. In …

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