Pallone Drums Up Support To Defeat Anti-India Resolution
'It would be seen as a purely punitive action, and create an atmosphere of distrust,' the Democratic Congressman told the House of Representatives.
FBI Warns Americans In Pakistan Of Danger From Bin Laden's Desperados
Indian American community leaders seek to use
the situation to India's advantage
Big Plans For 'What The Body Remembers'
Singh Baldwin's soon-to-be published novel, set against the turbulent years leading
to the Partition of India, offers a feminist perspective of the tragic era.
The South-Asian Woman's
List of Good Resolutions
and her friend Bisakha Sen, a professor of economics (and a would-be
novelist), offer a wish-list for their counterparts back home.
Ackerman Slams Move to Cut Aid to India
A Congressional amendment seeks to place India in the company of Libya, Lebanon, Laos, Vietnam, Syria, Cuba and North Korea and withhold American assistance because New Delhi voted with the US less than 25pc of the time at the UN.
Moderate Sikh Leaders Doubt Police Theory In Editor
However, insists lead investigator Corporal Dan Russell of the RCMP, the motive of the suspected killer has been funnelled down to cold-blooded
12-Year-Old Who Scored Perfect SAT Score
Wants To Remain A 'Regular' Kid
'How can the first 12-year-old to score a perfect 1,600 on the SAT want to
keep away from the media,' many wonder, but the object of such amazement, Vino Srinivasan, is currently away from it all in native Tamil Nadu.
Sonny Mehta Is Recovering From
A Triple Bypass Surgery in New York
Mehta is recovering well and is expected to be back at Knopf "after a
reasonable time," a spokesman for Random House, said.
Mehta's wife, Gita, has flown in from England on Thursday to be with
Sarfarosh benefit show
THE KARGIL CRISIS
Pallone Takes Up for Kashmiri Pandits
Calling the state a killing field, the Democratic congressman called upon the National Human Rights Commission of India to term the violence against the Pandits genocide
Kanishka Bombers Linked with Sikh Editor's Murder, Says Son
'These men and women cannot stand any dissidence, any moderate voices,' said Dave Hayer. 'They terrorise us, and even threaten to harm our friends and relatives in India.'
'Earth Times' Takes Up No-Profit Book Publishing
Earth Times Books expects to publish six to 10 titles each year, including a
non-fiction book by Audrey Ronning Topping, and has kicked off its operations with the soon-to-be published 'All of Us: Births and a Better Life --
Population, Development and Environment in a Globalized World'.
The 'Taj Mahal Of Cookbooks' Revisited
Yamuna Devi's veggie tome contains over 500 mouth-watering Indian recipes.
Canadian Sikhs Pay Tribute To Benefactor
More than 1,500 people attended a memorial service recently for a Sikh
businessman who spent years lobbying for immigrants to receive voting rights
and other benefits
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Gandhi Godse Cast Offers Charity Shows for Kargil Jawans
Actor Paresh Rawal and his 11 co-artistes have offered to perform free to raise money for the families of Indian soldiers killed in Kargil.
Sikh Community Turns Out In Numbers To Defend Nanny Basuta
'If Basuta is sent to England, or even India, she could regain her dignity
and start life anew,' said a family member. 'She has already spent over a
month in jail, keep her there for a few more months, but please let her go.
She is innocent.'
Convention brings out South Asian journalists in numbers
More than 6000 minority journalists descended on Seattle last week in celebration of their diversity and strength.
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Washington Rally To Keep Alive Kargil 'Treachery'
Several Indian American organizations in Washington area
announced a protest rally outside the Pakistan Embassy on July 15 at 11
am, followed by a meeting with Congressmen at the US Capitol.
29-Year-Old Engineer-Turned-Lawyer Wins Landmark Immigration Case
The case involved three immigrants who had served prison terms, but were still detained because their native countries won't take them back. A panel of federal judges ruled last week against such detention.
'Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam' Hits $1 Million Spot
The movie opened on 35 screens
-- at least 15 screens
more than the average for an Indian film -- but the
gamble has played big
dividends for distributor Video Sound.
Fellowships on slavery
Music and dance
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Kargil On Their Minds
From Acharya Chandramaji to Congressman Brown,
discussing the war at ethnic conventions seemed just natural.
Robin Sharma To Give Keynote Address at NetIP Convention
Best-selling author and motivational guru
offers a stress-free lifestyle.
Sabu's Daughter Scripts The Second Coming of 'Thief Of Bagdad'
Thirty-five years after the death of India's only superstar in Hollywood, Jasmine has set to fulfill her father's dream.
Analyze This: The ABCDs
Gitesh Pandya's American-Born Confused Desis, being shot in Clifton, Chatham and
other New Jersey locales, is another film trying to mirror the dilemma of the Indian American.
Of Doctors and Gardeners
'The new millenium is upon us but we doctors remain incarcerated in obsolete nineteenth-century one-disease-one-diagnosis-one-drug model of medical thinking,' says Dr Majid Ali.