India Currents is, according to the San Jose Mercury News, "the oldest and largest Indian-American magazine on the West Coast" of the United States.
It offers Northern California, Southern California, and Washington, D.C. editions, and is available online. As of 2011 it employed 6 full-time employees and distributed 32,000 free copies. As of 2015, it reached 172,000 readers every month.
It was launched in the San Francisco Bay Area in April 1987 by editor Arvind Kumar and publisher Ashok Jethanandani, with Vandana Kumar, who has been the editor since 2003.
India Currents and its writers have received a variety of awards, including six awards at the 2014 Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards. Source