We’ve been doing some spring cleaning--or rather, rearranging--at Nirali. The result? The Daily, Nirali's newly-revamped weblog. In addition to the news roundups you’re used to seeing on our blog, we’ll also bring you more reported pieces and shorter original stories important to the South Asian community. You'll get tons of great information--like the fact that actor Kal Penn is going to become a visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania.
And now you don’t have to skip to a second web site to see what’s going on at the weblog, either--The Daily is fully integrated into Nirali's main site, and you will always see the three most recent Daily entries on our main page.
But don't miss our other great features from this month, either:
*21 things you didn't know about The Namesake
*Malini Murjani's hot, haute handbags
*Sid Khosla tells us what it's like to be the frontman of LA's Goldspot
*Lighten up your palate with Tahia's Vegetarian Kitchen
*NYC architect Shamir Shah is the king of contemporary chic
Then, look for part 1 of the April issue on Monday, April 2; part 2 on Monday, April 16.
Want to read an old Nirali article? We have put many of our 2004-05 stories back online in our archives, but if you can't find the one you're looking for, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send it to you.
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