Intersection: Delhi’s Indo-Western Style

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Hauz Khas Village is where monuments dating to the 13th century meet fashion boutiques. In this happening neighborhood in New Delhi, Indians embrace a mix of traditional and Western styles.

After the Delhi Gang Rape

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The brutal rape of a young woman in New Delhi in December 2012 has led Indians to ask why women are so unsafe in public spaces. Daily travels are often filled with a sense of insecurity.

Back to ‘Made in America’

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After years of decline, one of the hardest hit industries in the United States might be making a comeback. But while textile manufacturing might return to the Carolinas, the jobs probably will not.

Death of a Russian Orphan

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Last October, Max Shatto was adopted from an orphanage in northwest Russia. Three months later, he was dead.

MLK March: A Divided Dream

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Fifty years after the March on Washington, Oris Stuart returned with his son and reflected on how far the country had come, and stood still, since then.

The New Littles of New York

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Click links below to watch, the videos: The New Arab Brooklyn A Little Korea in Queens Little Guyana in Queens

Finding One’s Own Masala

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Floyd Cardoz, executive chef at North End Grill, searches for inspiration by returning to his Indian roots, finding spicy, sweet and sour flavors in two New Jersey towns.

The Fight for Equality: Then and Now

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To watch this video, click on the link below: The Fight for Equality: Then and Now Members of the Gay Liberation Front, a group formed after the Stonewall riots in 1969, march on at this year’s pride parade.

In the Family: Heart Disease

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How can a former Ironman triathlete get heart disease? For Rick Del Sontro and most of his family, there’s no escape. It’s a genetic defect that has plagued generation after generation.