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Pervez Musharraf No Saddam: Kid Brother
The Pakistani army chief's brother, Naved Musharaff, works for amity with India.
Scrub Pak Visit, Ackerman Urges Clinton
But the Democratic congressman said the President should visit India and Bangladesh to salute those democracies.
Hum Saath... To Get Widest Exposure
The Rajshri movie will open on 50 screens across North America.
Final Arguments Submitted in Gill Case
Despite professed conversions and apologies, the skinheads who killed Nirmal Singh Gill should not get a lenient sentence, said prosecutor Ron Caryer.
Manjit Could Lie, Not Kill: Brother
Her family and relatives, on both sides of the Atlantic, are vowing to appeal, proclaiming her 'innocence' and condemning the American justice system.
US Cautious About Pak Emergency
The administration is not immediately condemning the army's latest moves because Pakistan could soon return to civilian rule.
Paid Less, They Work More
Study says immigrants to Canada get lower wages, work below their potential, and that the gap with their Canadian counterparts is widening.
Ex-Banker Sekhri Denied Bail
Arjun Sekhri, a former employee in the mergers and acquisitions department of Salomon Smith Barney, is charged with money-laundering and inside trading.
Massive Efforts On To Solve Sharmini Death Mystery
Forensic anthropologists and detectives spent over 10 hours on Wednesday looking for clues to the final hours of 15-year-old the girl.
Reporter Wins 'Courage in Journalism' Award
Kim Bolan, a reporter for the Vancouver Sun won the award for soldiering on despite threats from Sikh extremists.
Sikh literary event
Most Pakistanis In US Back Army Action
They say the army's action is a reaction to Sharief's efforts to destroy democracy, and his betrayal of the people's sacrifice in Kargil.
US Lawmakers, Academicians Condemn Coup In Pakistan
Pakistan was unstable, dangerous and might even sell off US technology, they assert.
Discovery of Child's Body Raises Questions
No one yet knows how a quiet, self-reliant 15-year-old ended up dead in a ravine not far from her home.
Dancer Makes It Big
e-mail Libel Suit Could Make History
Jilted lovers, beware. The next time, you are thinking of sending a nasty note to your former friend, resist any temptation of sending a copy to anyone else. Otherwise you might face the kind of libel suit Shaine Virani is currently dealing with.
Gifted Indian-American Duo Finds Solace In Jazz
For pianist Vijay Iyer and alto saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa, jazz is more than just the music. It has allowed them to find an artistic and personal identity in a world that has not always been very welcoming.
Toronto, Vancouver Coolest To Immigrants: Study
The long-drawn out study shows that the Canadians, who are tolerant of immigrants, live in places where few immigrants ever go.
Conversations on India and Pakistan
'Now that the BJP-led government is in place in Delhi and the military has over in Islamabad, things are getting rather tricky,' notes S P Udayakumar, a professor at the University of Minnesota and one of the organizers of Conversations on Contemporary South Asia.
Holy Smoke: Deadly Battle of Sexes
India, in bright, vibrant, hallucinogenic colors, with its heady spiritual allure has never looked so attractive, says Aseem Chhabra in his review of Jane Campion's latest film.
The Indian Cybertechie in America
Amitava Kumar on why the American computer industry has this thing for Indians.
Dancing the Dandia Nights Away
Overseas Indians try to recreate the festive atmosphere of Navratri in New Jersey.
Manhattan Lawyers Offer Free Services
Andrew Kashyap is one of a small group willing to waive charges on the legal assistance offered to poor south Asians.
Dosanjh Could Get Big Boost If Age of Sexual Consent Is Raised
The attorney-general was one of the first backers for the plan to raise the legal age of sexual consent from 14 to 16 years.
TiE Goes to Bush Country
It sends reminders to entrepreneurs from the subcontinent that there are a significant number of ethnic success stories outside the Silicon Valley.
Memories of Paati's Kitchen
It was like a war zone. There were hundreds of rules. It was an ancient, complex system, somewhat akin to the kosher rules of the Jewish faith.
Dosanjh's Rival Wants To 'Reinvent' Party
The attorney-general's opponents are hoping that the growing number of candidates for the premier's post will diminish his chances.
How Holy Smoke Became Reality
Jane Campion's fascination with spirituality, and relationships between older men and younger women finds expression on celluloid.
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