Kishore Kethineni admitted to fraudulently obtaining over $3.1 million in PPP loans with his two brothers
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Haley’s team and others in the Republican Party say she is riding a wave of post-debate momentum.
Conservative commentator had dubbed Ramaswamy’s exchanges with fellow Indian American Nikki Haley as “Hindu business”
Indian social entrepreneur is determined to create a safe world for women and girls through Echoing Green’s seed funding and strategic support
US and India are a force for good and a powerful force to move this world forward, says the US envoy
Varun Aggarwal of Irvine, California faces a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison
GoFundMe page started for family drawn to Towson, “by dreams and hopes for a better life”
Sehgal is committed to fostering sustainable agricultural practices through Sehgal Foundations in India and the US
Cincinnati University researcher Nalinikanth Kotagiri says imaging has the potential to identify specific lung infections in real-time
Atlanta lab owner Minal Patel involved in one of the largest genetic testing fraud cases
The youngest Indian American presidential contender says he is trying to fill the “void” in American politics
4.4 million strong Indian Diaspora, including 200,000 Indian students, a key pillar of the India-US relationship, says envoy
Hails the contributions and heritage of Indian Americans in helping and continuing to create a better nation and state
Legal battle underscores the challenges faced by foreign graduates seeking H-1B visas in the US
Loyola College, Chennai, graduate has a “reputation as a leader, collaborator, curricular innovator, and researcher”
His office “appears to be an open and collaborative workplace, with Khanna cultivating an individual relationship with every staff member”
Faces 90 days in prison and a $5,000 fine for alleged conduct seated next to a minor girl
US national champion Ajay Arora to vie for third consecutive title at September 8-10 event in Frederick, Maryland
Former Indian American therapist has worked in counterterrorism investigations at home and abroad
180 US lawmakers participate in ITServe Capitol Hill Day
The nonprofit to assemble 200 diaspora leaders from 25 countries to explore ways it can contribute to India’s journey toward 100 years of independence.
Born in Gujarat, she grew up in Missouri.
Neal Katyal: Trial would be the “biggest legal case in our lifetimes, perhaps almost ever”
Biswal previously served as Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs
Alabaman Anil Varshney alleges termination by Parsons Corporation over speaking Hindi during video call; U.S. Defense Secretary named defendant.