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Indian-American kid gets a shout-out from Obama

Washington — President Barack Obama gave a shout-out to an Indian-American kid who recently made history by becoming the first person to earn a second Global Finalist award in ...Read More...

Sikhs organize community kitchen at religious conference in US

New York: Setting an example of inter-faith understanding, the Sikh community in Salt Lake City has organised a community kitchen for nearly 7,000 attendees at the 2015 Parliament of ...Read More...

Indian techies win suit against Apple

A jury in US recently found that Apple infringes upon a computer processor patent made by Sohi, VijaykumarRead More...

Chhattisgarh woman takes state’s song to Switzerland

It took Shobhana three months to teach the song to 45 people from 22 nationsRead More...

India protests Saudi employer chopping maid’s hand

Kashturi Munirathinam's family said they got to know about the incident through "agents who sent her to Saudi Arabia"Read More...

Indian Muslims in America condemn failure to control religious violence

Prime Minister Modi should make efforts to punish Dadri killersRead More...

US Sikh group raises $210,000 for needy Punjab students

Washington : The Sikh Human Development Foundation, a Washington-based philanthropic organisation has raised over $210,000 for its scholarship programme for underprivileged children in Punjab who wish to pursue higher ...Read More...

13-year-old tribal girl wins Google Science Fair

Bhubaneswar: Despite being a Class 9 student, she nourishes a passion for serving the society through scientific research of mass interest. For her, age is never a bar for ...Read More...

Indian appointed dean for Salesian university

Fr Gonsalves is the first non-European to become the deanRead More...

Obama names 3 Indian-Americans to advisory body

Washington: President Barack Obama is naming three Indian Americans to an advisory council on faith-based and neighbourhood partnerships that brings together religious and secular leaders as well as scholars ...Read More...
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