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Eat, Eat; Careful – There May Be a Bee in the Honey

Eat, Eat; Careful – There May Be a Bee in the Honey

On the Ground in India: Perspectives from American India Foundation’s Clinton Fellows Friday evening it was official that I was going to go on the trek! I accompanied Nandan (friend…

Iowa to India

Iowa to India

On the Ground in India: Perspectives from American India Foundation’s Clinton Fellows Tucking into the back of an auto rickshaw, cramming between a bus and a cohort of cows, swerving…

In Pursuit of Shamelessness

In Pursuit of Shamelessness

On the Ground in India: Perspectives from American India Foundation’s Clinton Fellows There are few emotions more harmful than shame. It threatens the most fundamental love and respect people have…

Spread The Sense Of Brotherhood

Spread The Sense Of Brotherhood

On the Ground in India: Perspectives from American India Foundation’s Clinton Fellows The most profound piece of advice I was offered recently came from a 15 year old who was…

The Twisty Dirt Road In Kerala

The Twisty Dirt Road In Kerala

We can glean it [information] from the pages of a book or the morning newspaper and from the glowing phosphors of a video screen. Scientists find it stored in our…

Trains, Rickshaws & Jeeps: Calcutta To Darjeeling

Trains, Rickshaws & Jeeps: Calcutta To Darjeeling

On the Ground in India: Perspectives from American India Foundation’s Clinton Fellows “The train can reassure you in awful places – a far cry from the anxious sweats of doom…