Place sanctions on China: Pallone
China's assistance to Pakistan's missile programme could be detrimental to peace in South Asia and spark an arms race there, the congressman said.
A grand Tamil reunion
More than 1,000 persons attended the annual convention of the community, coming from all over North America, England and even India.
Sitting down for their rights?
Five Sikh seniors and the management of a gurdwara fight it out in Malton.
When Indian women meet across continents...
Speakers stressed the need for personality development, changing social attitudes, financial independence and of the importance of the joint family.
US must have a China-India policy: Pressler
'If you have a rival, another country you are trying to influence, the best way to do it is to become friends with somebody on their border,' says the former US senator.
With no quarter given, Dr Kunal Saha fights a legal battle with Calcutta doctors over the cause of his wife's death.
India takes patent war to space
The Department of Space successfully fought and won a patent case against a US firm that filed for an Indian patent on using equatorial and polar orbiting satellites as relays in communication.
Put your left leg out...
Shiamak Davar is to host a 'Bollywood-style' dance workshop in Toronto.
A star on the horizon
Nandana Sen, the actress who's made her mark on the international cinema scene, on family, philosophy, films and more.
Meeta Vyas does India proud
She is the first Indian woman to head a US corporation as CEO of US-based $300-million Signature Brands.
What the stars didn't foretell
Astrologer Suraj Prakash Malhotra, accused of sexual assault, claims the charges are part of a plot against him.
A dash of the traditional
Rajkumar Rizvi wants to revive the classical form of the ghazal based on bandishes and ragas.
Imandi makes a killing
The reverse marketplace has secured $ 20 million in its second round of venture capital funding.
The new middleman
With the Internet around, one needn't ever leave the sanctuary of one's home, says Sundari Josyula.
The punching bag
Amarjeet Kaur had romantic notions about married life in Canada. Now she has joined the ranks of battered south Asian women there.
India a good market for food: study
The study by PROMAR International shows that its size and diversity makes India an attractive market for nearly every major food, beverage and agribusiness company.
Barings plans $ 100-m India equity fund
The fund is to be invested in the Indian information technology, pharmaceuticals and consumer service sectors.
Beauty who didn't play by the rules
She was the outsider in her first pageant, one who hadn't the backing of a glam team; worse, one who couldn't dance. Against all odds, Ritu Upadhyay won.
Congressmen want Vajpayee to address House of Representatives
Democrat Jim McDermott, a founding member of the India caucus, last night sent a letter co-signed by 40 House members to the speaker in this regard.
US asks India, Pakistan to ease tension
State Department spokesman Richard Boucher said this while reacting to media reports that Pakistan was ready to start another Kargil-type conflict.
INS Mysore to berth at Boston harbor
The Indian destroyer will be participating in the Tall Ships parade during Sail Boston 2000.
IMF deplores India's fiscal deficit
It has asked India to carry out drastic economic reforms, including rapid deregulation of industrial and agriculture sectors and cut in non-plan expenditure.
US to continue with curbs against Taliban
The Taliban have refused to hand over Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden to the US, saying he is a guest and fellow Muslim.
Why did Viswanath kill his family, himself?
Friends and the police wonder but all they have is a note that says the software developer 'messed up his life'.
How the US's national missile defence will affect Asia
'If current trends persist through this decade, India will probably field a modest nuclear force in the low hundreds,' says Gaurav Kampani.
Consensus on CTBT by year-end: PM
Vajpayee also said that the Kashmir autonomy issue would be taken up for consideration by the government within the ambit of the Constitution.