What's a Bombay girl doing in
the Bob Jones case?
One of those who influenced the university to permit inter-racial dating, presidential candidate Alan Keyes, is also married to an Indian.
White American? Or Asian American?
The dilemma facing census officials and people with multiple identities.
Expert warns about premature babies
Dr Saroj Saigal says her findings should make parents, doctors and educators know that it is urgent that these children get help early.
She will speak the truth
Bharati Mukherjee, who will be the third author in the series 'Women Who Speak the Truth', will address the staff and faculty at the University of California, Davis on Wednesday.
Prof gets 3 months' jail for abuse of position
Prof Dhiraj Pradhan says he opted for a plea bargain because he did not expect a fair trial.
Rakesh Mathur's Karma Yoga
Purple Yogi may be his fourth start-up but Mathur insists he is not a risk-taker.
Kellog prof to lead AP IT revolution
Bala V Balachandran is also helping to bring a world-class business school on the lines of Kellogg and Wharton business schools to Hyderabad.
Waitress sues strip club
Anita Chandra claims Déjà vu fired her because she refused to wear skintight hotpants.
Reddy lawyer asks court to discipline lawyer for city
Manuella Albuquerque told the court that the complaint against her was a 'desperate defense attorney litigation ploy to deflect attention away from serious charges against their clients.'
Immigration foe introduces legislation to increase H1-B visas
The bill in the Senate plans to increase the visa numbers to 195,000 for each of the next three years.
Om Puri nominated for top British award
His competition at BFTA includes Oscar winners Kevin Spacey and Ralph Fiennes. Manoj Shyamalan's Sixth Sense gets four nods.
Arbitrator Das cuts Rocker's suspension
The Atlanta Braves pitcher, who made racist remarks in an interview to Sports Illustrated magazine, had his suspension cut from 28 days to 14 and his fine reduced from $ 20,000 to $ 500.
Narika seeks more support, volunteers
One volunteer can help a woman in crisis, say Narika's leaders. A group can help a city in crisis.
In Silicon Valley, Indian programmers form association to fight for rights
Because of the long delay in getting green cards, employers save about $40,000 in wages and benefits for each programmer over a year.
Indian community 'discovers' Deepak Chopra
'For many years, many Indian Americans shunned him, thinking he has become a white man's favourite guru,' says an Indian community organiser. 'They were afraid that like many other Indian gurus he could become infamous too.'
Hey! Ram dies out, but The Cup gets fuller
The Kamal Haasan film recorded one of the steepest second-week declines for a desi film.
Speculation about Indians in BC Cabinet
'Dosanjh should have at least three from the Indian Canadian community,' said a community leader. 'But I feel he is acutely conscious of unwarranted criticism against him.'
Madonna teaches Ashtunga yoga
In The Next Best Thing the pop sensation plays a yoga teacher whose friendship with a gay man undergoes a dramatic change.
Cab firm owner escapes bid on life
Nine bullets missed him and the tenth hit his leg but Harry Singh Brar still managed to get away.
Racism not a game, say Toronto Sikhs
What might have been a small matter of children at play snowballed into a major incident, leaving one injured.