I am a devoted fan of
CityMasala and I am especially in tuned with the Legal
Corner. I have a few questions. I am a US citizen married to
an "Undocumented" illegal immigrant with a child.
Is there anything that
can be done to try and obtain my husband's status here in
the USA . My husband has obtained a tax ID number and we
have documentation (taxes) proving he has been paying taxes
here in the USA for at least 8-10 years.
Anyone who has been to
India comes to love the country - the colors, the people,
the culture but are quick to realize
that it is a land of amazing contradictions and stark urban
poverty. A gritty bit of reality that not many of us living
in India want to face up to, a defense mechanism that we
have to employ in order to carry about our daily lives is to
desensitize ourselves to this poverty all around us.
Krishnan is not like the rest of us.
Well... where should I start? Long story
short, I was born in Amritsar, India. After college, I
studied martial arts in Bangkok, one of my biggest passions,
while working as a chef. Later on, I started teaching
martial arts and strangely was considered for Modeling.
After a couple of months I was offered my first role in a
That was one of the
most memorable moments of my life! After this performance I
started fighting my way through my career as I wasn’t born
into the industry, luckily I started receiving interesting
projects that launched my career as an action hero.
The summer heat is
helping spice up things in Bollywood. Yes, CityMasala
readers, once again we have immense to tell you about the
latest happenings in Tinseltown. Naturally, there is gossip,
masala and movies but in addition to the usual news; there
have been sightings of stars all over the world.
Khan has been globetrotting promoting his upcoming
production Peepli [Live] while Shah Rukh Khan
is all over London shooting for RA.One. Karan
Johar is busy scripting his next fi lm. However amidst
all that, there is much gupshup! Read
Two months ago, I
drastically changed my diet...for good. I add the “for good”
because I have made the healthy diet pledge before and then
gone back to my hamburger-pizza-cupcake eating ways. This
time, I have vowed to stop eating all meat except fish and
to attempt to stop all dairy consumption. I say “attempt”
for the latter because I have stopped using dairy in the
home, but have found it nearly impossible to do so outside
the home. Yes, I am not trying hard enough.
Eventually, I will be
strong enough to go all the way and stop consuming fish and
dairy as well, but for now my main goal remains to relieve
years of guilty eating.