Pakistani Christians in Queens voiced their support for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, reports Times Ledger.
Thousands lined the parade route for the India Day Parade marking the nation’s independence in 1947, reports News India Times.
Bangladeshi community members, religious leaders and elected officials were among those who attended the Peace and Unity Rally on Aug. 21 held in response to the shooting deaths of Imam Maulama Akonjee and Thara Uddin, reports Ditmas Park Corner.
As Indians celebrate their country’s 70th Independence Day, Queens Tribune reports on how the community has grown and thrived in the borough.
Sahib Gul, a Pashtun composer from Pakistan who lives in exile in Midwood, will perform at the Pakistani Independence Day Mela Aug. 20 in his first public show in more than five years. Ditmas Park Corner speaks to the musician about his musical roots and fleeing Taliban extremists.
Pakistan may be known for fielding great cricket players, but next month its national baseball team comes to New York for a qualifying round in the World Baseball Classic.
Ditmas Park Corner and Queens Chronicle report on Muslim community members in Brooklyn and Queens reacting to the killings of an imam and his assistant over the weekend.
Kamala Gauchan, owner of Dhaulagiri Kitchen, moved her location from Jackson Heights to Manhattan and hopes to attract non-Nepalese as well as Nepalese diners.
Three generations of women in a Bengali family open up about balancing Muslim traditions and the American way of life from their home in Cypress Hills.
A significant rite of passage for young Nepalese was conducted in Queens recently, Everest Times reports.
The monsoon season in Nepal was celebrated with a block party in front of the Rubin Museum on West 17th Street.
Nepalaya News profiles Sharmila Sherchan, owner of the popular Nepalese restaurant Mustang Thakali Kitchen in Jackson Heights.
S.J. Jung, who is running against State Sen. Toby Ann Stavisky in the Democratic primary for the second time, tells The Korea Times what he will do differently this time around.
A vigil was held at Diversity Plaza for the 13 Nepalese security guards who died in a suicide bombing in Afghanistan.
Ditmas Park Corner profiles the two activists behind initiatives in Kensington – Bangladeshi American Center of North America and Bound for Success Tutoring Center – seeking to educate and entertain South Asian and other communities.