Vadewattee, Mother of 2, Among 9 Victims of Gunman's Random Fury
"Some of us have been planning to move to Atlanta and other southern cities because we are too scared with random and senseless killings in cities like New York and Chicago," said Hasmukh Patel, a New York businessman. "Now it looks like no place is too safe."
Tech People Have to Become Sales People: Manoj Tripathi
'Do you want to run out of milk?' will get you a better response than 'Do you want this kind of supply chain software?' says the chief information officer of the San Francisco-based Jamba Juice.
Asha & Govinda
I-Day in Windy City
House Gets a Warning against Dan Burton
Gary Ackerman and James Greenwood, co-chairmen of the India Caucus, have said the amendment that the indefatigable India-basher is expected to propose this week will be "short-sighted, unfair and counter-productive".
Idealist Lawyer Has Her Pay Day in Court
'I believe in justice. I believe in the ethics and morality that justice stands for,' says Alka Sagar, who has been named by her peers and law publications as one of the best trial lawyers in Los Angeles.
Burned Woman's Backers Refuse to Change Stand Despite Her Recantation
Sakhi said the Syeda Suffian case only highlights the difficulty in fighting violence against women. 'Just as it is common for women to not report abuse, it is not altogether uncommon for women to recant testimony.'
Indians Plan Fundraisers in LA for 2 Congressmen
Sharrod Brown (Ohio) and David Wu (Oregon), both Democrats and members of the India Caucus in the House of Representatives, will be feted at two fundraisers in Los Angeles, organised by the Indian American Friendship Council.
Gandhi youth camp
Ackerman Writes To Clinton Against Special Envoy To India
The Congressman pointed out that such an appointment would amount to rewarding
Pakistan for its invasion
Getting Connected, A New Way
For $ 10 a month, Navin.com's subscribers can communicate with their relatives back home via voicemail.
Canadian Museum Gets $2 Million For South Asian
The donations will be used, mostly, to appoint a
curator who will not only
organize the existing art work from South Asia but
also seek to acquire
new work, hold exhibitions and seminars.
Tamil doctors' meet
Dharma Prasaar Yatra
Camp for leftist strategy
Dhurandhar Expected To Be Released On Bail This
However, he and his wife face home detention. If convicted, they could be deported to India.
Burned Woman Stands By Recanted Testimony
Syeda Sufian told an imam that she had done "something terrible" and she wanted to do the right thing. The imam secretly taped her and gave the tapes to Mohammad Mohsin's attorney.
Hoberman Leaves Mouseland
To Join Hands With Amritraj
While Amritraj knows the ropes of selling movies in foreign territories and seldom misses film festivals such as the one at Cannes, Hoberman knows the Hollywood ropes better.
Vakil's 'Beach Boy'
The coming of age novel set among the Parsis in Bombay, circa 1970, has been praised
by American and British critics for riding the crest of a new wave of Indian fiction.
Ninderjit Singh Becomes One of America's Most
Within hours of being featured on the show, the police have received half a dozen possible tips about the whereabouts of Poonam Randhawa's alleged killer.
Meatless Burgers Gain Popularity Across America
More than a year after McDonald introduced its McVeggie, many of its franchises continue to offer the veggie burger that uses soy products instead of the traditional beef filling.
The Charmer Is Back!
Sanjay Nigam, author of The Snake Charmer, published by William Morrow, is more interested in examining the spiritual and emotional malaise of his characters than writing hi-speed novels about computer piracy or medical fraud.
THE REDIFF SPECIAL
Discovering True America At An Indian Wedding
'Different people aren't so different after all, and the differences that do exist are fascinating, and needn't threaten us in the least,' says Edward Benson after attending an Indian wedding.
Bose And Bose Vs MIT
Father Amar Bose joins his son Vanu's fight against MIT over patent.
Vanu Bose On His Dream Projects
Vanu, Inc is currently part of the Boeing JTRS Consortium, which is developing a software radio architecture for military radios.
Ferment Grows Over Gita Chant In 'Eyes Wide Shut'
Hindu activists believe Warner Bros could be persuaded to remove the recitation from the movie, just as they forced Sony Music to withdraw Aerosmith's 'Nine Lives' CD two years ago.
Kubrick's Film Gets Clobbered -- At The
After debuting at number one last weekend with about $22 million, Eyes Wide Shut
plummeted 54 per cent, grossing $9.9 million and ending up fourth among the week's top 10 films. It may become one of the lowest-grossing Tom Cruise films.
Tight Security For 'Hindustan Ki Kasam'
The movie's print campaign shows the flags of India and Pakistan, but Eros Entertainment is not displaying those advertisements outside the movie houses showing the film.