Labor unions go to Congress
They say the shortage of hi-tech workers in the US is artificial and that the bill to increase the number of H1-B visas should be stopped.
The BRAIN Act
Zoe Lofgren, Congresswoman from the Silicon Valley, has a formula that she thinks can help the hi-tech industry.
Alleged gurdwara killer pleads not guilty
Judge sets bail at $ 2.5 m bail for Joga Singh Sandher.
Infosys, Satyam Infoway register
26 5 per cent gains
Inspite of a weak Nasdaq closing, both companies registered phenomenal gains for the second day in a row.
Senators urge huge increase in H1-B visas
The senators, including Phil Gramm of Texas, want to bring in at least 300,000 high skilled computer scientists, programmers, doctors, academics and other professionals in the next three years.
In Mother's name
Jim Briggs claims he is not a commercial man and that his CD on Mother Teresa is meant to help the poor. But the nun's lawyer isn't convinced.
She killed her hubby in self-defense: lawyer
Kinnari Sutariya "acted in self-defense, in fear and to protect herself from sexual assault," said Andrea Lyon, her attorney.
Lawsuits planned against Dosanjh
NDP members hint at something fishy about the bulk enrollment of new members.
The importance of the number game
By ensuring they are counted in the census, Indian Americans can ensure their community gets better representation and funding, says Inder Singh.
Reddy faces fresh charges
Now the Berkeley housing authorities are hauling up the real estate tycoon up for ignoring safety standards in his buildings.
Indian to decide Rocker's fate
Shyam Das, the new arbitrator, said he would announce in about a week his decision on Rocker's appeal.
Pukar gets little response
Grossing $ 198,000 in three days, the big budget film could end up with a lackluster $ 450,000.
Alleged kidnapper surrenders
Ikram Imamuddin, who allegedly took Shalu Aggarwal away at gunpoint, has been held, pending a bail of $ 150,000.
Producer refuses to give up Water
Ajay Virmani seeks a new location but says he'll think 18 times before considering shooting in India again.
Fans prepare for 2nd Bollywood Awards
The web site for the May 27 show -- www.bollywood.com -- has a ballot form with 24 categories, including best film, director, lead and supporting actors, comedian, villain, singers, etc.
When Awtar Singh gives away money for education, he feels he is paying the highest tribute to his wife, a Montessori teacher for 20 years.
When the 'hawa' blows, the cradle will rock
The late Safdar Hashmi very well understood the Brechtian dictum: 'In the dark times will there also be singing? Yes, there will also be singing about the dark times.'
Senator wants Chicago to ban bidis
Young people smoking them without realizing they caused cancer promoted the Chicago City Council to ban their sale. Now, senator Barack Obama plans to spread the ban across the state.
It's life as usual at Pasand Restaurant
While owner Reddy and his son deny the new charges made against them.
Silicon Valley frustrates census officials
The times are good, the economy is booming, the techies are busy and the students are worried about their future.
Inder Soni offers a reality check
Partnering, not investment, the key to good venture capitalists, says Zero Stage Capital VP.
Planned legislation may nearly double H1-B visas
While Phil Gramm wants to raise the cap to 200,000, another planned legislation aims to make it easier for international college graduates with science and engineering degrees to stay back in the US.
'There are lots of things money can't buy'
Dr Gururaj Deshpande on why being a billionaire doesn't really matter to him.
Sikhs arrested near Mexican border
The five men hope to appeal for political asylum this week, claiming persecution in India
Oriya groups want more aid for cyclone victims
They are intensifying their efforts, fearing that people will forget the cyclone victims, in a few months.
East Is East set to open in US
The film about a Pakistani immigrant and his family could end its first run with a healthy $ 13 million.