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From Slicing Skin To Burning Rubber
The unusual story of medical student Arjun Vishwanathan who went on to become a top racing car driver.
Musharraf's Toughest Critic Softens Stance
But Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Lloyd Axworthy no longer insists on meeting Pakistan's deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharief on a Canadian-led four-nation mission next week.
Homework Pays Off For Da Costa
Writer Suneeta da Costa compares the writing of her book to a cancerous tumor that has to be covered and nursed everyday.
Of Asanas And Eagles
Clayton Horton, a yoga instructor in San Francisco, claims combining golf with yoga can eliminate the aches and pains of the game.
For Christ's Sake...
Southern Baptists seek to dispel the 'darkness' in the hearts of all Hindus.
My brother, the general
Naved Musharraf on big brother Pervez and other family matters.
The Agents Of Peace
Harinder Lamba from India and Naved Musharraf from Pakistan are convinced that a path to a peaceful, progressive south Asia starts from Chicago.
Not What the Doctor Ordered
Started in spring this year, medicalrecords.com hopes to be a leading Internet destination for the organization, management and storage of personal medical and health information.
The Angel of Jackson Heights
Generous and enthusiastic, Sandhya Sheth helps new immigrants find their feet through her organisation, Parivar Relief.
Naveen Sinha Bags Second Prize At Discovery Contest
The 8th-grader from New Mexico received a $ 5,000 scholarship and $ 50 gift certificate to spend at a Discovery store for his project, 'The sound applications of interference'.
SAJA, Wharton School Launch Awards For Business Journalism
The SAJA-Knowledge@Wharton Award for Business Journalism provides journalists of south Asian origin with scholarships to attend the Wharton Seminars for Business Journalists.
Vassanji, Hussein At Toronto Book Fest
The International Festival of Authors, showcasing some 60 acclaimed novelists, poets, biographers and playwrights, begins on October 22.
Shyamalan Psyches Disney Again
The director of blockbuster The Sixth Sense signs a record deal for another Bruce Willis thriller.
Getting Hinduism Ready For
The New Millennium
The World Hindu Conference was aimed at the youth, though there were few of that group present.
Mast Messes Up In America
Ramgopal Varma's film grossed a mere $ 83,882 during the opening weekend with an anemic $ 3,355 screen average.
Ackerman Urges Clinton Not to Embrace Kargil Invader
The Congressman urged Washington not to go easy on the man who had plotted the invasion attempted not long before the coup in Pakistan.
Gutsy Pakistani Journalists To Be Honored
Najam Sethi and his wife are among five journalists being honored "for their courage and independence in reporting the news".
Addressing The Health Needs Of NY's Asian American Children
An upcoming conference plans to bring together leaders of Asian American community organizations and city commissioners to address the impact of recent immigration and the need for better children and welfare services.
Problems in Pakistan Won't Help India's Cause, Say Experts
"India needs to remain calm, watch its borders and avoid any comment," said Prof Sumit Ganguly.
From The Dross To The Divine
Former electronic engineer Rajinder Singh spreads an ecumenical faith across America.
Studying Gandhism (With Some Help From McDonalds)
Joan Kroc, the widow of McDonald's founder Roy Kroc has gifted $ 25 m to establish a Mahatma Gandhi Center at a major university on the west coast.
'Angel in Paradise'
The Toronto mayor was among the hundreds who paid tribute to Sharmini, the girl whose body was found in a ravine not far from her home.
Arundhati Roy To Appear In America
The Booker award winner will speak about her new book, The Cost of Living, which includes the essay 'The Greater Common Good', a vigorous attack on the rationale of the dams being built in the Narmada valley.
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