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Distraught Indian in UAE sees ray of hope

Abu Dhabi: An Indian man who was forced to spend over eight months on the terrace of a building in UAE’s Ajman city is finally getting much needed offers ...Read More...

Indian-origin Muslim woman wins local election in US

Washington : A Muslim-American woman, whose parents are from India and Pakistan, has won a key local election in the US state of Maryland which was dominated by anti-immigrant ...Read More...

Patel most common Indian surname in UK: Dictionary

London: Patel has emerged as the most common Indian surname in the UK, according to a new Oxford dictionary released Thursday. The ‘Oxford Dictionary of Family Names in Britain ...Read More...

UK’s first ethnic minority judge passes away

London: An Indian-origin Sikh, who became UK’s first-ever ethnic minority judge and the first to sit on the English Bench wearing a turban instead of a horse-hair wig, has ...Read More...

Indian-origin Sikh student shot dead in US

California: A 17-year-old Indian-origin Sikh boy has been shot dead when he was returning home from work, prompting the police to launch an investigation. The incident took place last ...Read More...

Identity crisis in Indian Catholic Church

By Teresa Mathew Six years ago, when Marianne Alapat was a high school student in Yonkers, N.Y., she stood in her church’s Bronx community hall and tried to convince ...Read More...

Indian-Americans win three seats in United States Congress polls

Three Democratic Party candidates of Indian origin were elected to the United States Congress on Wednesday. Kamala Harris won the California seat in the US Senate, making her the ...Read More...

Pramila Jayapal becomes first Indian-American woman to the U.S. House

Chicago: Pramila Jayapal on Wednesday became the First Indian-American woman to be elected to the U.S. House of Representative, winning the Washington State Senate seat. 51-year-old Ms. Jayapal got ...Read More...

Young Indian Rogationist missionary passes away in Angola

(Cochin,Kerala): Fr. Roy Moothedath  belonging to the The Rogationists of the Heart of Jesus  (RCJ) passed away in a fatal accident in Angola in the early  hours of Tuesday morning. He ...Read More...

Young Indian lawyer elected to UN’s top body of legal experts

United Nations: In a significant victory, a young Indian lawyer won a hotly-contested election in the UN General Assembly for membership to the world body’s top body of legal ...Read More...
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