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Hubby Hardly Knew Of Madhuri Dixit's Life On Screen
Shriram Nene had never seen any of her films, and was unaware of her celebrity status, says the star's family.
Fighting For Life
Ohio physician seeks to turn his wife's death into inspiration for patients' empowerment in India.
African Americans Flag Down NY Cabbies
A rally is being held in Harlem on Saturday to decry racism among taxi and limo drivers.
Between The Centre And The Right
Ruling party in British Columbia caught between moderate and fundamentalist Sikhs.
Mahatma's Name Invoked in Police Recruitment
'You must become the change you wish to see in the world,' is New Jersey's first African American police chief Carson Dunbar urged minorities.
'Illegible' Doctor Faces Living Nightmare
'Each time I use my hand, especially for writing prescriptions, I remember what happened,' says Texas cardiologist Ramachandra Kolluru, the first doctor held liable by a jury in a fatal medication mix-up because the pharmacist could not read his handwriting.
Major Canadian Charity Targets Immigrant Communities
Among the 15 programs made possible is a groundbreaking youth project for gay and lesbian youth that will he aided by donation by United Way.
Remove Advani Pic from Demagogue Wall: Community Leader
The Museum of Tolerance has put the Indian home minister in the same league as Saddam Hussein and Idi Amin.
The Hurricane Man
Tiruvalam N Krishnamurti is in demand in stormy weather because he is an authority not only on hurricanes but also on typhoons and monsoons.
Danny Glover Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai?
The actor, who was snubbed by five New York cabbies, says they ought to be more sensitive when dealing with the minorities.
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Pune-Born Journalist Digs Murder In Daytona Beach
S V Date becomes one of the few Florida journalists who have turned to writing crime fiction -- and successfully.
Hunter From Karaikudi Helps Castro Recover Gold
Sethu Raman hits pay dirt near Havana harbour, finding Spanish treasure sunk centuries ago.
Dosanjh Criticized For Mass Drafting Of Indo-Canadians
Though his action was not unethical under party rules, his opponents questioned the integrity of him admitting 6,000 voters around the same time.
Canada Faces A Shortage Of Immigrants
Sick of red tape, arrogance and internal strife, newcomers seek greener pastures.
Where Is Shilpa Prabhu's Husband?
Despite reported sightings, six weeks on, Shailesh, a software engineer, is still missing.
Rajshri's Hum Saath Saath Hain Gets 60-Screen Welcome
This will be the biggest opening ever in North America for any Bollywood film.
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He Who Unravelled Medical Red Tape
Hard, hard work and self-confidence sees Pavan Nigam's Healtheon make the difference in a chaotic industry.
Who Killed Kumar Sanu's Show?
Some say poor sales of tickets tripped it up. But the local promoter says the Indian community sabotaged the show.
Bitter Medicine: Like It Or Lump It
Establishment objects to Sayantani DasGupta's new book on biases in medical school.
Trying Time For Judge
Judge Timothy Evans has to decide if the 14-year-old boy accused of killing Rupinder Dhillon can be tried as an adult.
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