India en India: A Country In The Midst Of Change Akash Kapur is the son of an Indian father and an American mother. In 2003, after working professionally in New York City for more than a decade, he decided to return to India. As he writes in his book, <em>India Becoming: A Portrait of Life in Modern India</em>, he arrived in a place he hardly recognized.<p><blockquote><p>"The East Coast Road has changed. Sun, 22 Apr 2012 18:21:00 +0000 3333 at India: A Country In The Midst Of Change For India's Undocumented Citizens, An ID At Last Some 75,000 babies are born every day in India. The total population is 1.2 billion and climbing. That's a lot of people to keep track of, and the Indian government has struggled to keep up.<p>Many Indians, especially the poor, don't have any ID, which makes it increasingly difficult for them to be full participants in a society that is rapidly modernizing. Thu, 01 Mar 2012 05:01:00 +0000 Elliot Hannon 2217 at For India's Undocumented Citizens, An ID At Last The New Indian Pariahs: Vegetarians <em>India has been home to vegetarians for centuries. Many Hindus and most Buddhists do not eat meat, but commentator Sandip Roy says in today's India, meat is what's for dinner.</em><p>When my friend Lakshmi, a lifelong vegetarian, went to America as a student more than 20 years ago she knew she was in for a hard time. Tue, 28 Feb 2012 05:01:00 +0000 Sandip Roy 2157 at The New Indian Pariahs: Vegetarians Nashua Residents Look To Build Hindu Temple <div class="transcript"><p></p><p>About 4500 people living in New Hampshire were born in India. And more than a third of them live in Nashua. They do their best to keep their connections with their culture through their cooking and recreation - Nashua alone has five cricket teams. But one thing they don't have is a place to pray. Now a group of local residents is saying it's time to open a Hindu temple.</p> Wed, 18 Jun 2008 04:00:00 +0000 Sheryl Rich-Kern 20027 at