An Indian Journal - Seeking Balance in India will attempt to be your window to the world’s largest democracy with a diverse culture, growing economy and deep contradictions that remain unparalleled. As India struggles to find a balance between rapid economic growth and social development, the Indian Journal keeps a finger on the pulse of the gradual transformation of one sixth of humanity.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and India’s Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibbal co-chaired the US – India Higher Education Summit commenced at Georgetown University. Published 3:33 a.m. October 15, 2011 - Comments
India has more than 100 million English speakers, not taking into account others who can converse in English but are unable to read or write in English Published 8:37 p.m. September 23, 2011 - Comments
Sonal is a young professional, aspiring writer and an astute observer of life. Born and brought up in India, reciving a mix of both Indian and western education, Sonal earned a Masters in Business Administration, but gave up business to ...Read More
Contributions to the Communities Sports desk from readers.
Oxbow, with him long time winning jockey Gary Stevens, pulled out his most spectacular win in the 138th Preakness Stakes.
Some say Orb is a shoo-in, but not if Departing and Mylute have anything to say about it.
Kyle Love, defensive tackle for the Patriots, was released just days after finding out that he has diabetes.
Orb should take the second jewel in the Triple Crown with ease on Saturday.
Happiness is attainable. Morning to night. I love to teach, deal with folks that have an issue and really wish to tackle it and write.
How does our 50th state view D.C. politics?
Political centrist who tells it like it is
"Critical thinking is thinking about your thinking while you're thinking in order to make your thinking better." - Dr. Richard Paul
Life lessons, adventures, people places and observations as I undertake my personal quest to travel to 100 or more countries before I die.
Sonal is a young professional, aspiring writer and an astute observer of life. Born and brought up in India, reciving a mix of both Indian and western education, Sonal earned a Masters in Business Administration, but gave up business to work for Education, her passion.
An explorer at heart, Sonal loves to travel and interact with people, meeting new people, reading about different customs and cultures is something that fascinates her. Juggling between pursuing her passions and her career, Sonal believes it is important to be a perpetual student of life, learn, unlearn and relearn while navigating through the hills and valleys of this beautiful journey called “life”.