America's Indian immigrants report household incomes 50% higher than the US national average. Now they're leveraging that wealth into political influence by getting back to the grassroots. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Today, governments upped the estimated death toll from the South Asian earthquake to 35,000 people. The massive amounts of casualties have inspired some soul searching in quake-prone Pakistan and India.
The Indian Government is considering how and whether to enforce a decades-old law the prohibits women from working the night shift. Miranda Kennedy reports on how this might affect India's call-center industry.
Sarah Takesh, an Iranian-American businesswoman, moved to Kabul shortly after the fall of the Taliban to start a high-end apparel business. Sound a little crazy? Maybe, Miranda Kennedy reports, but it's working.