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America in our lives
Hollywood flicks. MTV chicks. Mcburgers. Sandy Bergers. Cola wars. Cold wars. Consumer greed. Terminator seed. We may love it. We may hate it. We cannot escape America. It is willy-nilly moving into our living rooms and lives. Ain’t it, asks Shobhan Saxena
Coke and Big Mac country
By Vijay Simha
Rocking round the clock
India came to terms with rock ‘n’ roll when Shammi Kapoor swung it like Elvis in Chinatown, say K. Vikram &
Vineetha Mokkil
Aamchi Mumbai with New York’s soul
Thousands come to Mumbai, which, like New York, offers life giving quality of hope, Sonia Faleiro
Dude, this is my language
Earlier, the slogan was ‘Be English, speak English’; now it’s ‘Be a Yankee, speak like one’, says Aman Khanna
Growing up with Barbie
By Irene O'Brian
Jeans for all seasons
By Leo Mirani
Imported from America, shown in India
By Vineetha Mokkil
Uncle Sam, a friend or a foe?
Globalisation can’t experience Gandhi. That is why you have Coke and Pepsi in the interiors of India, but not quinine, writes Amit Sengupta
Northeast story: always two steps ahead
By Nitin A. Gokhale
The hour of the Red and the angst of the Blue
Bush’s poll victory throws up several new challenges for American polity, writes S. Ravi Rajan
At home in the United States
Temples, gurdwaras, south Indian restaurants, Ramlilas — America is becoming a mini India, reports Gurmukh Singh

 

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