Editorial: In a word: happening!

If 2013 had to be described in one word, it would have to be, ‘happening’ writes PAWAN LUTHRA

Window to India

ABC TV’s recent Q&A program broadcast from India offered a realistic peek at the issues that plague contemporary India, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA

Kennedy and me

John F Kennedy’s assassination on 22 Nov 1963, changed the course of LP AYER’s life

Fortitude through Facebook

One has the choice of letting the networking site discourage and destroy, or inspire and initiate, writes SHAFEEN MUSTAQ

The best and worst of us

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” Charles Dickens wrote famously

Why do South Asians love political dynasties?

South Asian cultures still defer to traditional authority, while Western cultures strongly question it, says TANVEER AHMED

When one house creates distress for Governments

Major countries of the world face turmoil as their governments cannot agree on legislative programs, reports NOEL G DE SOUZA

Looking at Brand India

PBD or Overseas Indian Day programs are a wonderful opportunity for the Indian diaspora, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

It's our nineteenth birthday!

In October 2013, Indian Link newspaper turns 20. We started as a 24-page black-and-white monthly publication, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

People power leads to split result

While the result of the ruling party in power is clear, the Senate remains a hotbed of clashing objectives, writes NOEL G DESOUZA