Raji cooks up a fusion cuisine book
Her book, Raji Cuisine: Indian Flavors, French Passion, is slowly climbing into 10 most popular cookbooks in several states.
Asians at UIC demand courses in Asian studies
The protest sought to bring to the attention of the authorities the perceived neglect of Asian-American studies and other programs for Asian Americans at UIC.
Focussing on violence in ethnic communities
The first conference dealing with abuse in racial groups, held at San Jose State University, plans a coalition to prevent domestic violence across ethnic and cultural lines.
Census Bureau gives minorities an assurance
Those who designate themselves as white and a minority will be counted as minorities, officials say.
Ismail Merchant bites the bullet
After his Cotton Mary faced flak from Anglo-Indian groups in India, the director took consolation in Deepa Mehta's endurance when dealing with intolerance.
Another first for Relativity
Vivek Wadhwa, who wooed over former KGB agents and impressed Wall Street, now teams up with NIIT.
Prosecution ready to submit evidence in Virk case
They said Kelly Ellard had told her classmates that she had held Virk's head under water until the girl drowned.
Grandparents attend last trial in Reena Virk's murder
It is too much of an ordeal reliving the loss of their daughter, say parents.
Deepak Chopra wins sexual harassment case
A 12-member jury in San Diego, California, has unanimously rejected a lawsuit brought by a former employee against the new age guru.
Reddy's lawyer asks for DNA tests
Ted Cassman hopes to prove that Reddy, or his son Vijaykumar, is not the father of the child the 17-year-old girl known as Seetha Vemireddy was carrying when she died from carbon monoxide poisoning in November.
A brainwave turns into a success story
Hellobrain.com, headed by Bharat Sastri and Joe Tung is one of the first virtual marketplaces for the exchange of technology solutions.
Clinton's Pak visit irks Indian-Americans
Several Indian community leaders felt the Pakistan lobby had won, and they wondered what lobbyists for India, like former Congressman Stephen Solarz, have been doing.
Computer scientist walks into jail
Dr Dhiraj Pradhan, a former computer science professor at Texas A&M University, checked into the Brazos County's minimum security prison after making 2,000 copies of an award-winning article.
Khauff gets no welcome in America
The movie, which grossed about $ 53,000 in three days, is one of the worst performers featuring a major star.
NY desis get to tell their own stories
And they were featured in Desi: South Asians in New York, a documentary made to explain the diversity and vastness of south Asia, its emigrants and the culture they have created in the US.
Three Indians vie for top Intel prizes
Dilip Bobby Biswal, Beneet Kothari and Priyanka Agarwal make the grade with their scientific work.
Mother pleads not guilty in drowning case
The prosecution says Narinder Virk sought to drown her two children when she heard that her husband had decided to divorce her.
Lawyer in girl's murder trial questions key witness's testimony
Adrian Brooks claims it was Warren Glowatski, not Kelly Ellard, who was the key aggressor in the Reena Virk murder.
Madonna fails to cast a spell, Kingsley goes unnoticed
The Next Best Thing opened in the second position but earning a paltry $ 6 million.
'Sita' may have been pregnant
A small mass that may be a fetus has been found in the uterus of the dead girl.
Rushdie finds new love in New York
He has been seen moving around the city with Padma Lakshmi, model and writer of Easy Exotic: A Model's Low-Fat Recipes From Around the World.
Former Union Carbide boss in hiding
And the multinational apparently refuses to accept a summons on behalf of Warren Anderson or disclose his present location.
The importance of being counted -- correctly
Census officials and community leaders say that one of the toughest challenges they face is to convince the undocumented people that they too need to be counted.
Politicians, technocrats to address TiE event
Former Indian prime minister I K Gujral is addressing TiE but the star of the evening is Prof Amar Bhide.