Clinton apologist lobbies for Islamabad
Now Lanny J Davis is explaining why donations made to Hillary Clinton at a Pakistan fund-raiser may not have influenced the President's decision to visit Pakistan.
Clinton's visit may not change things: panel
Professor Phil Oldenburg of the Columbia Southern Asian Institute says American leaders never appreciated India's aspiration to be recognized as a world leader and that Indian diplomats made matters worse by looking down on Americans.
Earth, Cracking India to be included in Clinton's briefing kit
Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs Karl F Inderfurth has sent him a video of the film and the book to be included in the briefing kit for his visit to the Indian subcontinent.
Lakireddy tried to hide evidence: prosecutors
They say Berkeley's biggest landlord spent eight weeks before his arrest in January covering up the identities of two girls he had smuggled into the US.
'A far more dangerous place'
An Independent Task Force fired an Open Letter to President Bill Clinton asserting that relations between India and Pakistan have sunk to a dangerous level, one that could all too easily lead to conflict.
'Any attempt to persuade India to eliminate its nuclear arsenal will fail'
'...Given Indian concerns about both China and Pakistan and the inclination of many Indians to associate nuclear weapons with great power status. Nor are you well placed to pressure India to sign the CTBT given the failure of the US Senate to ratify the treaty.'
It wasn't just the halal goat curry
'The Pakistan lobby has been working 25 hours a day, eight days a week and five weeks a month to ensure at least a face-saving, whistle-stop visit to Pakistan,' said a senior analyst in Washington.
Desi, a huge hit in Pardes
A documentary, focusing on the South Asian immigrant experience in New York, proved to be such a huge success that the television network repeated the documentary right after the first show, canceling its previously scheduled programme.
Clinton proposes modest increase in H1-B visas, but Senate leaders stick to big boost
A bill introduced by powerful Republicans in the Senate proposes to increase the quota from 115,000 to 195,000 for each of the next three years.
Veteran congressmen back India's claim to permanent UN seat
Ben Gilman and Sam Gejdenson are circulating a letter asking Clinton, among other things, to exercise the waiver authority to "allow critically needed World Bank loans to India".
Albright: Clinton to seek new ties with India, discuss terrorism with Musharraf
'India is projected to pass China in size in the early decades of this century, and I can think of few greater gifts to the future than a strong and co-operative strategic relationship between India and the United States,' she told a gathering at the Asia Society in Washington, DC.
Varsha Rao to share her success story with TiE
The online market for cosmetics, fragrance, skin-care and personal-care products is expected to hit $1.2 billion by 2003 and Rao says she wants to make sure that eve.com will be a leader in the field.
Sikhs win second discriminatory suit
Weck, a surgical instrument manufacturer in Durham, North Carolina agreed to pay Major Singh $ 23,000 following a settlement.
Shyamalan's Oscar chances dim
American Beauty director Mendes bagged the Directors Guild of America award and the Golden Globe. And only four previous 51 DGA honorees have failed to win the Academy award...
More damaging testimony in Virk case
A teenager says Kelly Ellard was "happy and even proud" that she had killed Reena.
In the name of the Mahatma
Father of murdered boy reaches 70 schools with his message of non-violence.
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.