Charlotte Asian Film Festival - May 26-27
The screenings will include full-length feature films, shorts and documentaries.
Sardar Patel Gujarati Play - June 2 (Charlotte)
A Gujarati Play which portrays the life of “Iron Man", Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
By Balaji Prasad
Fear is inside all of us to varying degrees. Math seems to be one of bigger fears that some people face...
By Parul Kharod
Water is one of the body's most essential nutrients, so it's best to always stay hydrated...
An ensemble cast collides in Delhi with love & dreams on their minds in Shab, while Casey Affleck tries to connect with his wife from beyond the grave in A Ghost Story.
By Samir Shukla
Chapel Hill native and poet Devi S. Laskar has gathered several of her poems in a this lovely volume.
By Samir Shukla
There are over dozen places setup for performances during MerleFest and the Hillside stage has become my favorite spot to see bands there.
Saudi Arabia plans to invest a huge sum of money in a company founded by an adviser to US President Donald Trump.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government is set to dramatically reshape Asia's third-largest economy with the biggest tax reform since independence.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services have begun issuing the new cards since May 1.
The projects will be completed in the Indus River Cascade which has a potential of producing 40,000MW of power.
The Festival will be held on May 26-27 at UNC Charlotte Center City in Uptown as part of Asian Heritage Month celebration.
There are more reasons than ever to understand how to protect your personal information.
In an unusual twist on a story of misery common to as many as 15 million dump pickers around the world, this one has a happy ending.
Case Farms built its business by recruiting immigrant workers from Guatemala, who endure conditions few Americans would put up with.
Driverless cars are indeed coming. Automakers are already road testing them in select US cities with standby drivers ready to take control of the steering wheel if anything goes haywire.
Siddhartha Roy is an environmental engineer who helped discover the Flint, MI water crisis. Here he speaks about using Science for the common good.