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Indian teen arrested in US for cyber attack on emergency lines

 An Indian-origin teenager has been arrested in the US for carrying out a cyber attack that swamped Arizona’s emergency services with several bogus calls, an incident he claimed was ...Read More...

Indian expat has no space to sit in room, yet makes great artworks

An Indian working at a company in Mussafah sketches some wonder works of art during his free time and all this while lying in his bed as there is ...Read More...

Indian-origin bus driver burnt alive in Australia

Melbourne: In a horrific incident, a 29-year- old Indian-origin bus driver was Firday burned to death when a man poured some flammable liquid on him in front of several ...Read More...

Basketball helps Indian Christians get connected in US

It’s a world within a world created by the expatriates from Kerala, specifically the Malayalee Christians, for whom perhaps basketball is the best way to stay connected to the ...Read More...

Bengaluru water tanker driver crowned Mr Asia

This seems to be a good year for India in terms of men entering in international pageants. After Rohit Khandelwal won the Mr World 2016 in July, another Indian ...Read More...

Sr. Kattakayam elected superior general of Bridgittines

Sr.Fabia Kattakayam has been elected as the Superior General of the  Order of the Most Holy Savior  informally known as the Brigittine or Bridgettine Order . Sr.Fabia originally hails from Iritty ...Read More...

Five Indian American teenagers win 2016 Gloria Barron Prize

Five Indian American teenagers are among the 25 recipients of the 2016 Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes, awarded to inspiring, public-spirited youngsters from diverse backgrounds all across North ...Read More...

Young Indian missionary passes away in Tanzania

Waynad(Kerala): Fr. Shanoj Mattathilani, belonging to the Little Flower Congregation (CST Fathers) passed away in Tanzania in the early  hours of Wednesday morning. He was 29 and  died of a cardiac arrest. Fr.Shanoj ...Read More...

Indian-American Sikh Man Made Honorary Police

Baba Daljit Singh will assist police officers, firefighters to communicate with victims when required.Read More...

Amity buys 170-acre US campus, looks at 2 more

Brookline, Mass: One of India’s largest colleges is expanding into the U.S. with the purchase of one campus in New York and a proposal to buy two more, drawing ...Read More...
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