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Indian Congressman's Birth Centenary To Be Celebrated
Dalip Singh Saund won from an election district in California that had hardly any Indians and at a time when prejudice was rife.
The Hot & Spicy Food Festival in Toronto will offer not only Indian delicacies but eclectic and fiery fare from more than 20 countries.
Planet Bhangra And Other Desi Dancing
You should be 18 to spit and 21 to swallow, warn the organizers of the 'Back 2 School' 99' in Tampa.
Pallone Sees Convergence Of American, Indian Objectives
Congressman urges Washington to help India join UN Security Council.
Hussain Vs Hossain
A bitter dispute is on at one of New York's Islamic centers that caters mostly to immigrants from India and Bangladesh.
Dilip Kanji Builds A Hilton
Entrepreneur sets up first hotel in the Latin district of Ybor City.
Iyer-Mahanthappa Duo, Tricky Sankaran To Perform in Windy City
Performers from 20 countries are featured in the festival.
US Sharpens Attack Against India
Insists that proposed nuclear doctrine 'describes the Indian desire to develop a nuclear arsenal' which, in the United States' view, militates against the security interests of India itself, the subcontinent, the US and the world.
Census Bureau Uses Hindi and Other Languages
The message to the immigrant population is clear -- stand up and be counted.
Documentary On Desis In The Big Apple
WNET TV hopes to give the community an opportunity to fashion a portrait of itself.
Pandit Jasraj's School Keeps Indian Heritage Alive
From the young to the old, from the novice to the knowledgeable, they come every week to take lessons at classes organised by a master of his art.
Web Site 4 Desi Boyz and Gurls Dances Into Fifth Year
www.desiparty.com, which is sustained by mostly music-related ads, also carries interviews with top desi music stars such as Apache Indian and Bally Sagoo.
US Reacts Sharply To Nuke Doctrine
Strobe Talbott to seek clarifications on the nuclear policy draft at the next round of the non-proliferation dialogue with Jaswant Singh.
Pallone Expects Greater Energy Co-operation With India
Congressman feels energy secretary's visit to India augurs well.
Taal Dances To Record Numbers
Ghai's latest film creates hangama in North America; Kohram bites the dust.
'My Friends Call Me Mo'
The essay by Natesh C Mohan that won the Journey Home Contest organized to mark New York City's 100th birthday.
Dalai Lama Oblivious of Goldie's Neckline
And then the Tibetan leader nearly starved at a $ 750 per person dinner.
From Cracking India to Earth
Bapsi Sidhwa on her feeling of déjà vu on the sets of Earth.
Small Voices in the Big Apple
Hundreds of street vendors are losing their livelihood because of severe restrictions on trade.
Exhibition on Asian American Achievements
Sets to improve the perception about Asian Americans as either spies or competition.
Mutiny in New York, Escape In 'Frisco, Eclipse in Washington
Big desi parties promise to shake up the second generation.
Hands on Health
Kargil Ke Aage Chalenge
With Asha Bhosle and Govinda as the Grand Marshals, India Day paraders get to hear mouthfuls of patriotic declarations.
Baring the Soul in the Park
The Dalai Lama shows that there are people other than rock stars who can make a hit denouncing materialism and greed.
Tech Guru Dreams Beyond Silicon Valley
Rajiv Gupta plans to help underprivileged children in India.
Shyamalan Spooks Opposition
The Sixth Sense beat Eddie Murphy's new movie in the box-office collection as it drew an enormous number of repeat audiences for its powerful, surprise end.
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