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Can you watch 425 films in a year?Rediff.com13 Jan 2021
Aseem Chhabra watched some great films and some huge disappointments in 2020.
Signs of flattening of COVID-19 curve in US: TrumpRediff.com14 Apr 2020
On Monday, as many 1,334 died in the US because of coronavirus and 24,895 new cases were reported. The number was far less than the fatalities hovering around 2,000 for the past several days and over 30,000 new cases being reported daily.
US lawmakers seek fair treatment for detained Indian studentsRediff.com7 Feb 2019
Immigration attorneys claimed that they knew nothing about the varsity's illegal operation and were trapped.
Trump's travel ban claims life; woman dies after denied entry from IraqRediff.com1 Feb 2017
A family from Detroit became the latest victim of United States President Donald Trump's ban on immigration and travel from seven predominately Muslim nations as the mother of a local business owner died as she could not return to the US for treatment.
How car majors plan to woo customers this festive seasonRediff.com5 Oct 2015
The Audi mobile showroom will tour 30 cities over the next two years.
He is teaching a bankrupt city the value of moneyRediff.com16 Jun 2014
Rohan Sinha has founded MoneyOne to help teenagers in and around Detroit. This is his story.
Indian-American jailed for 17 years for healthcare fraudRediff.com3 Feb 2013
An Indian-American pharmacist has been sentenced to 17 years in prison by a United States court for a healthcare fraud worth millions.
Desis become third largest Asian community in USRediff.com22 Mar 2012
Indian Americans numbering 3.2 million is the third largest Asian American community in United States after Chinese Americans (3.8 million) and Filipinos (3.4 million).
Another Nigerian held, FBI says no terror threatRediff.com28 Dec 2009
The Northwest Airlines flight, targeted by a terror suspect on Christmas, came under scanner once again as the crew asked for emergency assistance for a disruptive passenger who was arrested after the plane landed in Detroit, but the FBI termed it as a "non-serious incident".
US cities where it's hardest to get byRediff.com18 Apr 2009
These struggling metros have a combination of high unemployment, steep cost of living and low median income.
US official forced to quit over 'racial' remarksRediff.com19 Dec 2007
Catherine Johnson, 71, stunned residents this month by claiming neighbours told her several women urinated outside Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Temple during its 2000 groundbreaking -- and asking whether it was some sort of ritual, the Detroit News reported.