Leonardo Of Condoms Does It Again
InSpiral, the winding, twisting, mess of a condom that claims to yield
maximum sensation, has just reached thousands of shops across America. Its inventor Dr Alla Venkata Krishna Reddy hopes customers will sing its praise so much he will be laughing all the way to the bank soon.
Marketing Guru Relishes Unusual Challenges
'Jag Sheth is a world recognized scholar with a wonderful ability to relate to students and business executives,' says Tom Robertson, dean of the Goizueta business school.
Sikh doctors meet
Teen Killer Could Get 65 Years
In a few weeks, a jury will decide how many years 17-year-old Shiva Dayani would serve in prison for participating in a home raid that led to one fatal shooting
and a stabbing.
Sexual 'Purification' Ceremony Leads To
Conviction of Self-Proclaimed Godman
With the verdict, Bhogeshwernand (Sean) Sharma's days of playing swami have virtually ended.
Apex Court Rejects Pakistani's Plea
Against Death Penalty For Killing CIA Agents
The Supreme Court threw out Mir Aimal Kasi's
appeal against his seizure by FBI
Pakistan after a four-year long global hunt and
posting a $1 million reward.
Across America Parents Get Their Kids To Chant Aum
The growing fad has fueled an industry of training classes, books and video and audio-tapes.
Canadian Police Cracks Down On Southeast Asian Mobsters In Vancouver
At least six Indo-Canadians connected with heroin and
cocaine sale have been
killed or seriously hurt in the past 12 months.
Jury Continues Discussing Punishment In Double Murder Case
'We have asked for death penalty and we hope the jury
decides on it,' said John Maloney, the prosecutor
Hanif Kureishi Slammed For Creating 'Islamophobia'
'Women are either mothers or prostitutes for Kureishi,' said Shiva Balaghi, a professor at New York University, accusing him of presenting a black and white view of immigrant Muslims.
The 'Invisible Muslims' Of America
Many new Muslim immigrants do not want to do anything
with their African American counterparts, which has earned them criticism.
Sonu Nigam, Sukhwinder To Perform In Many Cities
Among his many engagements, Sonu Nigam will perform at the Ritz Theater in Elizabeth, New Jersey on July 17.
NYT Editorial Urges Pakistan To
`Force' Out Militants
At the same time, on Tuesday the newspaper
asserted that 'no rapprochement can occur without some sort
of a political
resolution of Kashmir's status'.
Dunkin Donut Shop Reopens 8 Months After Double Murder
Visitors have poured into the shop, to assure owner Jay Patel that he will have the support and backing of the local community in rejuvenating the mall that, not too long ago, attracted hundreds of families before the crime wave drove them away.
Youth Hold Key to AAPI's Future
'This is a sensitive generation,' says Dr Navin Shah of the AAPI. 'We ought to give them a bigger role. We should understand their concerns are not the same as those of immigrant doctors.'
Immigration Center To Start At A California
The University of
California in San Diego, which has a Center for
recently decided to study global immigration
patterns, and how they have
Asha Blake To Co-Host A Major New Show
Blake, who toplined KNBC's 4 pm newscast, made her last on-air appearance in that role Thursday last week. She'll begin her new gig when Later Today premieres on NBC on September 7.
Champa And Tulsi Go to Hollywood
Renowned Hollywood Plastic Surgeon Raj Kanodia
Launches Ayuvedic Skin Care Products.
Islam and the diaspora
Indians Protest Against Pak Across Golden Gate Bridge
In the biggest such action by Indians on the West Coast, about 2,000 Indian Americans in the Bay area formed a mile-long human chain across the Golden Gate bridge on Saturday to protest against the Kargil intrusions.
Reena Virk's Family Slams Hardened Killer
'A few words would have gone a long way,' said Ravi Pallan, Reena's uncle, reacting to Glowatski's refusal to address them despite the judge giving him to opportunity to do so.
'The body's inner healing power is unimaginably strong'
Morning meditation, Dr Khalsa stresses, helps fight depression and chronic
pains, and if practised regularly could save the health industry millions of
Holy Smoke (The Book) Gets Mixed Reviews
'Given Hollywood's fascination with gurus and Eastern mysticism, a project of this nature would never have had problems,' says Ric Ornellas, film critic The Washington Square News.
Om Puri's Double Impact
My Son The Fanatic and East Is East both open in America this year, and both star Puri -- a rarity for an Indian actor.