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Patidar protesters meet Modi over ‘atrocities’

By NewsGram Staff Writer New York: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday met a group of people, who were complaining about atrocities by police in...

Revisiting Synecdoche New York, a bewildering masterpiece that should come out of shadows

By Atul Mishra “What was once before you - an exciting, mysterious future - is now behind you. Lived; understood; disappointing. You realize you are...

New York to host 24-hour long Indian Ragas Live Festival

New York: A unique 24-hour Indian classical music marathon, the Ragas Live Festival, with a multi-national and multi-ethnic cast of over 60 musicians is set...

Hands Up: Indian-American artist generates empathy for US police gunbattles victims

New York: An Indian-American digital artist and educator has produced an interactive multimedia installation to explore the problem of killings in police gunbattles in...

Planning to get a tattoo? Read this before

New York: If you are considering getting yourself inked, just a word of caution. It may leave you prone to some chronic complications that may...

Modi government came in power with a ‘probably unrealistic’ promise: RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan

By NewsGram Staff Writer Addressing the audience of the Economic Club of New York on Tuesday, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor, Raghuram Rajan, said that...

New York city tables resolution to recognise June 21st as Yoga Day

By NewsGram Staff Writer A resolution to recognise June 21st as ‘World Yoga Day’ has been tabled in the New York City in line with the...

Meet Raja Rajeswari, first Indian-American woman judge of New York

By NewsGram Staff Writer Raja Rajeswari, an Indian born American, has become the first immigrant from the country to be appointed  as a judge in...

For Israel and Palestine one choice stands above all: Whether to choose peace or death, says UN Secretary-General Ban Ki moon

By NewsGram Staff Writer Addressing the Security Council over the situation in Middle East, the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki moon on Tuesday said that the...

Second innings: Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to launch presidential campaign on Sunday

By Newsgram Staff Writer Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is all set to launch her second presidential campaign from April 12, a news...

Putin’s American dream: Russia plans to build high speed transport corridor to New York

By Newsgram Staff Writer Russia has unveiled plans to build a high speed transport corridor linking New York and London through the socialist country by...

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