South Asian Connection

Interview


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    Asgar Ali is the second of the three sons born to Ali Zan in Uttar Pradesh, India. Asgar was sent to a madrassa like any other Muslim children for education. Asgar completed his tenth standard and began to work in a factory. At this time Asgar had peace-less and sleepless nights. Asgar became weary of the restlessness. There he began a journey to the source of true peace with many thorny and bumpy roads. Asgar, now a Christian apologist on Islam, shares his life transforming story with Jerry Thomas.


    Malayalees And The Media

    Thomson Valliyakalayil attended a seminar organized by the Kerala Pentecostal Writers Forum called "Malayalees and the Media" Sunday evening 9/24/06. There were four writers on the panel, who have been repping Mallu pride with extreme class, and it was a pleasure to hear from all of them. The four panelist were George Rajan Thomas - Reporter for CBN News , Sree Sreenivasan - Professor of Journalism at Columbia University, George Abraham - Founder of Kerala Digest, a Malayalam newspaper in North America and Sarita James - freelance writer exploring the art of the personal essay. Read more about the interview . . .

    Mr Jindal Goes to Washington

    One of Louisiana's most popular politicians is recently elected Congressman Bobby Jindal, an American South Asian. In a frank discussion with LittleIndia's Lavina Melwani, Jindal spoke about everything from his faith to his motivations to enter politics. Excerpts from his interview are reproduced here.
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