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Indian curry, made by Bangladeshi hands

Most Mid-range Indian restaurants in New York city, have a Bangladeshi touch to it

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A story written in Konkani using Devanagari script published on Anandi Kamath's blog. Shloka Kini, GlobalCityNYC.

Will Konkani Survive?

Amit Kantak is a 40-year-old immigrant from India who lives in New Jersey. Growing up in Mumbai, he spoke Konkani at home. It’s one of hundreds of languages spoken in India; globally, about 3 million people speak Konkani.

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One City, Many Cultures

Global City NYC reporters explore religious, culinary and cultural traditions in the city’s ethnic neighborhoods.

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Coming to America

New York City is an ethnic mosaic, the adopted home to newcomers from around the world. Global City NYC reporters tell the stories of how a few of these New Yorkers immigrated to America.

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Queens Food Court Reopens After Cleanup

The oily scent of potato and onion samosas fills the air as soon as a customer pushes through the glass doors to the Jackson Heights Food Court. “Apake dina kaise ho raha hai (How is your day going)?” a customer asks, as an Indian man in a dark blue apron and baseball cap carefully spoons orange-tinted potato and cauliflower curry into a styrofoam cup.

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Unable to Work, Indian Immigrant Women Feel Trapped by H4 Visas

Legal Indian immigrant women, and holders of the H4 visa, speak out about the visa restrictions they’re facing, starting from their ineligibility to apply for jobs to obtaining a driver’s license. Many are eagerly awaiting Obama’s delayed immigration policies.

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Indian-Americans Seek Role in Fight Against Climate Change

Indian-Americans are questioning what they can do to aid the environment in their homeland amid what they say are mixed signals from thew government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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Modi´s Madison Square Garden Visit Draws Opposition

Outside Madison Square Garden on Sunday supporters and protestors from the Indian American community argued about whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a Hindu hero or an international villain.

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A Rock Star Welcome From the Indian Diaspora

Shouts of “Long live mother India!” rang through Madison Square Garden on Sunday, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi was greeted by thousands on his first official visit to the U.S.

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Sunday in New York: Modi Meets the Indian Diaspora

Dozens of world leaders swarm New York each September for the opening of the United Nations General Assembly, but few get the kind of rock star greeting that India’s new leader, Narendra Modi, is scheduled to receive on Sunday when he meets his fellow countrymen in Madison Square Garden.

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