Passing the mantle at India Tribune
The India Tribune, based in Chicago, Illinois is one of America's oldest and most well known weekly English language Indian newspapers.
The publication has been around for decades and its all because of Prashant Shah, who had the idea to start the paper soon after he moved to the US in the 1970s.
The Tribune has grown with the influx of Indian immigrants to America and is now published in three locations including Atlanta and New York.
But it wasn't easy getting to where he is today, and Mr Shah is now passing the mantle on to his son.
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