Congressman wants Pandits named minority
Sherrod Brown, Dem, has sought the support of India's National Commission for Minorities for this step, saying it is a decade overdue.
Indian bride to serve time in stabbing death of husband
Kinnari Ramesh Sutariya, 21, was sentenced on Thursday after pleading guilty to second-degree murder in the stabbing death of her husband in January at their apartment in Canton, suburban Detroit.
Cows in NYC -- an idea worth milking!
CowParade2000 is all in good fun and for a very good cause. At the end of the summer, our barnyard friends will be auctioned and the proceeds will go to New York charities.
More US sanctions likely against Taliban
It also threatened military action against the Islamic militia if Osama bin Laden indulges in any terrorist act.
Money from Indians abroad surges manifold
Remittances grew six-fold from $2.069 billion in the beginning of the 90s to $12.256 billion at the end of the decade, according to Businessline.
New Indo-US science forum launched
But despite the overtures, there's no mention of tech sanctions going.
AAHOA women's conference on July 26
It is designed to give women hoteliers professional education and networking -- and to encourage more women to join the industry.
Haemophilia not in India's health budget
India is among many developing nations, including China, Bangladesh and Pakistan, that does not allocate money for treating the disorder.
US needs Indian, Chinese IT workers: AFP
The American IT sector needs them to fill a massive staffing shortfall, says Bruce Robertson of the US-based Global Internet Ventures.
Rupee nosedives to record low of 45.03/$
The rupee clocked a fresh lifetime low of 45.03 to a dollar. The rupee had opened at Rs 44.90/91.
Indian shot dead in Arizona
Dhirha S Greywal was shot dead during a robbery attempt while working the graveyard shift on Monday.
Livin', breathin' India
A very original exhibition of Indian arts captures public imagination in Quebec.
Hemophilia treatment could get cheaper
Dr Alok Srivatsava claims a lower dosage of blood-derived factors than usually administered can treat hemophilia.
NRI quotas in Kerala engineering colleges
178 seats will be given to Non-Resident Indians admitted on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination.
INS sued for denying citizenship
Parents filed the suit after the service denied citizenship to their daughter with cerebral palsy because she could not understand or take the oath of allegiance.
Spreading light through the minarets
The Dawoodi Bohras of the Chicago area will see their Burhani masjid ready in August now.
Clinton urged to remove sanctions
Gary Ackerman has urged the administration to remove all economic and dual-use technology sanctions before Vajpayee's visit to the US in September.
Former ISKCON swami arrested
Swami Krishnadasji Maharaj allegedly used the society letterhead to procure a fake passport.
Indian protests against US divorce laws
Alok Nanda says his wife was coerced into divorcing him, and has floated an association of victims of foreign law.
Illinois congressmen invite PM to Chicago
'We believe this is an opportunity to strengthen relations between India and our state even further,' a letter by 19 legislators to Vajpayee said.
Daler, Karisma wow Toronto
The troupe from India rocked audiences to the animated beats of bhangra all night long.
A tale of two restaurants
There is something eerily similar in the careers of Vikram Vij and Pradeep Shastri. Both began as chefs and gave it up to start their own unusual Indian restaurants. Both have their spouses helping out. Both are pushing the parameters of Indian cuisine. And both are doing well.
A dollop of reality
Akhil Sharma shocks and astounds with his first novel, An Obedient Father
Alleged sex offender doc awaits trail
Dr Param Shukla, a child psychiatrist, is accused of making sexual advances to a child patient online.
Japan may lift sanctions on India: AFP
Pressure was brought on the government to act, especially because India is becoming one of the world's largest markets.
'Indian Net firms are highly innovative'
Indian firms are quick to develop a concept, turn it into a business solution, and then take it for a road test, says Cytura Corporation president Toleti Raj.
The rising rents of Silicon Valley
Software engineers may be well paid, but not enough to meet the prevailing market rate in the valley.
Agarwal 'killer' remanded to custody
Sheela Agarwal's Washington vigil pays off as her sister's alleged murderer is nabbed in a hotel.
Indians score in biz-plan contest
Anand Chandrasekaran and Mala Ramakrishnan of Stanford University bagged the first place in PLANedu, organised by garage.com.
Twins, pal top scholars' list
Only 0.1 per cent separated Ratkim Ghatak from brother Nilava and friend Sidharaj, who scored 99.2 per cent.
JFK mango blues
Chithra Karunakaran on how a beagle thwarted her career as a smuggler.
US tobacco firms lose $ 145 b suit
Philip Morris, R J Reynolds, Brown and Williamson, Lorillard and Liggett have been sued in a class-action suit representing nearly 700,000 residents of Florida.
'High school was just not for me'
So Pankaj Chowdhry worked his way up through 'PC Week' and is now the CIO of companyfinance.com.
Burton withdraws anti-India amendment
The Congressman withdrew the amendment that proposed to cut aid to India after many Congressmen opposed it.
Art as communicator
'Dust on the Road', an exhibition of cultural events and a fascinating fusion of art and activism, is to tour all major cities across Canada.
Locals object to Washington gurdwara
Neighbours and Sikhs face off while the officials pore through the rule books.
Vajpayee salutes the Indian American
The prime minister said they have built bridges of understanding and friendship between the US and India.