Deepak Singh arrived armed with an MBA from India, but he couldn’t find a job in his field in the US. He ended up working a minimum-wage job at a mall electronics store.
Priceline offers to let you name your own price for your hotel, but it's not quite literal. A group of Paris hotels are letting you stay at their hotel and pay as much as you want when you check out. Meanwhile, the death toll continues to mount in Gaza, and protests are mounting around the world. Plus autocorrect — it's much more complex than you might think. That and more in today's Global Scan.
Indian American writer Deepak Singh says it took moving to America for him to meet Indians from different parts of India.
Sure it's cold here, even record-breaking cold, but others around the world are dealing with cold, too. In India, Deepak Singh's mother is facing an unusually chilly 42 degrees Fahrenheit.
We hear from Deepak Singh. He moved to the United States from India in 2003. But he can't quite get used to the customary way people say hello.
Islam's holy month of Ramadan has begun this week. It is a time to strengthen the bonds in the community and throughout the world. But reporter Deepak Singh is finding it difficult to call his friend in Pakistan to send him greetings from India.
After more than 150 years, India is ending telegram service. Producer Deepak Singh remembers when telegrams were used to convey the most important family news in India.