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Nextt CEO Arun Agarwal first Indian- American on Texas’ small business board

Washington: Texas Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Arun Agarwal, CEO of Nextt, the Dallas-based leader in the US home textile industry, to the Product Development...

Editing out India and Hinduism: California ‘Textbook’ movement spreading Indophobia?

New York: Led by hundreds of high school students, teachers, parents of Indian kids in American schools and “outraged” grandpas and grandmas, more than...

Indians say no to Visa as OCI cards enough to visit India

New Delhi: Indians will no longer have to get a visa every time they travel to their motherland. The decision was taken seeing the Overseas...

Supporting JNU students, Indian-American students protest in US

New York: Expressing their solidarity with the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) who were arrested in a case of sedition and criminal conspiracy, students from...

Emory University in US welcomes the idea of establishing Hindu Center

Atlanta, US: The well-known Emory University in Atlanta (Georgia) has given an affirmative nod to welcome the establishment of a Hindu Center on its campus with the...

Obama honours early-career scientists: includes 6 Indian origin scientists

Washington: The Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers saw six recipients of Indian origin in the list of 106 researchers selected. The award is...

NBA teams add Indian spice to their celebrations

By Karan Madhok As of a 2013 census, persons of Indian origin make up just about one percent of the entire US population. But even...

Indian-origin student in US lauded for helping underprivileged children gain education access

New York: An eight grade, Indian-origin student was recently lauded in the US city for his concrete efforts in helping underprivileged in the US and...

3.1 mn discrimination suit won by Indian origin US man

Washington: A 3.1 million discrimination lawsuit slammed against the Chicago Police Department in the US was won by an Indian-origin man. The man was among the...

American accent: cool or fake?

Indians are not over their colonial hangover. Thus, not only they prefer to speak a foreign language but also try to give in to...

Indian Diaspora’s outcry over Rohith Vemula death

Varnika Mahajan New Delhi: Rohith Chakravarthi Vemula was a Dalit PhD scholar and an ASA (Ambedkar Students’ Association) member who was suspended from Hyderabad Central...

India to have tourism office representing US state of Nevada

Washington: An official of Nevada announced that a new travel and tourism office representing the US state will soon be set up in New...

India not getting its due recognition: Donald Trump

Washington: Donald Trump, the US Presidential hopeful, said that India is doing great but no one appreciates it. “India is doing great,” Trump told the...

More than 14000 Indians overstayed in US last year

Washington: According to a report by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), of the nearly nine lakh Indians who visited the US on visitor...

Speculations about Nikki Haley as Republican Vice President candidate

Washington: Republicans picking South Carolina's Governor Nikki Haley to give the party's response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, fuelled speculations that...

US Supreme Court to take up college reservation case impacting Indians

New York: The US Supreme Court is set to take up next week a case challenging the legality of reservations based on race in colleges...

Indian students contribute billions to the US economy

By- Tarun Pratap New Delhi: A staggering number of 1,32,888 students from India has contributed $3.6 Bn to the US economy this year, revealed a...

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