Clinton to appoint 2 Indian to Asian American panel
US President Bill Clinton has announced his 'intent' to appoint 15 members, including two Indians -- Silicon Valley tycoon Vinod Dham and hotelier Mukesh (Mike) Patel -- to serve on the advisory commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
More flak for Pak in Congress
Democrat Robert Wexler said it was troubling that Pakistan allowed terrorist organisations to operate training camps and bases unhindered in its territory and provided political and logistical support to several rogue groups.
TiE's annual event is sold out
The Indus Entrepreneurs will host its seventh annual conference titled, 'Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century', at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, CA.
Intolerance of Diversity a Growing Concern
Police are still trying to determine if anything specific happened on Friday, April 28, that triggered
Richard Baumhammers to go on a rampage.
Dr Do More
Dr Ranjit Chandra, Canada's ace medicine man, would like to settle down in India after he has finished what he started.
From Meerut to Silicon Valley: The $ 11-billion story
Meet Raj Singh. He grew up in a village near Meerut in Uttar Pradesh, but today travels all over the globe fixing business deals and identifying promising new-economy businesses.
Talati's tales of life
While many film geniuses have struck gold by following their cinematic sensibilities, Jigar Talati of Toronto did this by listening to his heart.
India ranked no.10 in dot com race
Bombay was the only city in India appearing in the list comprising
countries and cities with largest number of dot coms.
Indian victims of Pittsburgh shooting spree were brimming with life
Sandip Patel, who was injured in the firing, had been planning to return to India to marry a girl his parents were to select for him.
Ellora Pathnaik: A heady cocktail of talent
Daughter of famous Odissi dancer Chitralekha, Ellora is good at many things - acting is just one of them.
Designs on your feet
'Paduka' is one of a series of exhibitions being organized and presented by the Bata Shoe Museum in North America.
Racial writings linked to Pittsburgh hate killings
Authorities probing the killings said that they found racially tinged writings that may help explain what drove a man of privilege to go on a shooting spree that killed five people.