Indian American whiz kids earn top three spots in 2019 GeoBee; Atreya Mallanna is in second place and Rishi Kumar finishes third.
Author: Geeta Goindi
Over 40 percent of contestants at JV level are of Indian origin; Karan Menon, 18, tops Varsity Division.
Give best and brightest students educated in the US “a green card along with their diploma,” says Congressman Ami Bera.
Two national championship events with $90,000 in awards will be held from May 19 to 22 in the nation’s capital.
Manavi director Navneet Bindya Bhalla awarded for empowering women.
SAALT hosts congressional briefing on plight of immigrants, “Detentions, Hunger Strikes, Deported to Death.”
Ambassador Shringla credits US Congress, diaspora for boosting bilateral ties.
Anjali Chadha, Preeti Krishnamani, Navami Jain, Sai Mamidala are young pioneers in eco-friendly approaches.
Ardeishar awarded $150,000 for novel math project; Saxena earns $40,000 prize for system to screen blood diseases.
The Harvard freshman heads “Girls Computing League,” a nonprofit empowering young women in science and technology.
President Trump welcomes “reasonably attractive news” from India and Pakistan on de-escalation.
Empathizing with India, the US president anticipates a “strong” response to Pulwama terror attack.
Bipartisan members of Congress stand shoulder-to-shoulder with “ally and friend, India.”
Bipartisan members of Congress laud contributions of Indian Americans.
Conservative lawyer highlights her Indian origin and immigrant experience as senators interview her for seat on powerful federal appeals court.
Louisville police arrest 17-year-old white male for criminal mischief and burglary at the Swaminarayan temple.
“I look forward to working with the Indian community here to meet many of our objectives,” Ambassador Harsh Vardhan Shringla.
Budding scientists will compete for $1.8 million in awards including top prize of $250,000.
Harris credits her Indian mother and grandmother for political ascent.
#TULSI2020: Tulsi Gabbard introduces presidential campaign website tulsi2020.com.
Jayapal, Gabbard take oath of office on Bhagavad Gita; Omar, Tlaib sworn in on Quran.
Deputy Indian ambassador Santosh Jha says the annual Hanukkah event reflects India’s diversity.
Indian Embassy partners with community and business organizations to kick-start commemoration period.
Over two dozen senators, representatives attend the annual event in hallowed halls of US Congress.
Pending Senate confirmation, Rao will join Indian origin Judge Sri Srinivasan on nation’s second-highest court.