Profile of Seema Sirohi
Americans claim Indians are obsessed with Pakistan. What about the American babu obsession? The "India-Pak" hyphen? It's a lazy paradigm, a bad legacy. Time to get over it, and move on.
The Americans need a strong India as a counterweight to the unmentioned gorilla in the equation -- China. Pakistan fits in as a bridge to China in the future and a few F-16s to keep them happy is a small price for a big project.
Islamabad is hard pressed to withdraw its 'diplo-basher'. New Delhi is only too relieved.
Bush raises the war tempo, even linking Saddam to Al Qaeda, but leaves his people in a disquiet More Coverage
The swelling anti-war mood among governments and the public forces the US a couple of steps back. An anatomy of what's now seen as its cynical intent. More Coverage
A sluggish US economy has senators crying foul on outsourcing. India's call centres may take the hit.
Her lost-in-the-prairie jazz takes the elevator to pop nirvana. And no, there's no sitar playing in the background.
Anti-India sentiment hits the IT industry, with pressure building up in foreign countries for curbs on visas and outsourcing
Bush stands serene in solitary splendour
America also surveys that other siege: the one within
Suicides, unemployment, domestic violence. It's not a rosy picture in little India.
Rumsfeld's reliance on a high-tech war gets early jolts from Saddam's bush tactics
The Pentagon blows hot as war juggernaut reaches climax
They have Chalabi, but a pro-US Shia cleric's murder shows the game isn't over yet
The US has ways around every international agreement
Not many liked this US envoy, but who can deny that he had a spot for India
A growing circle of admirers is seeing in him the first Muslim US secretary of state. Hold on, not so fast, says Zakaria.
Mainstream America's getting a dose of Indian dazzle. There's a buzz in Manhattan. Now it could spread.
A Calcuttan becomes the Arctic's great white hope against America's oil lobby
Brajesh Mishra gets tips from American Jews on how to win friends and influence people—the right ones
Sex scandals and rapacious yogis are spoiling America's quest for inner strength
Musharraf will have proof of the pudding when Bush hosts him at Camp David
The counter to terror is 'racial profiling'. And South Asians get the brunt of this inversion of plain old American freedom.
Hollywood's queuing outside Delhi gal Sabrina's doors for scripts as crisp as Monsoon Wedding