Education is key to the Kerala model that is doing remarkably better than Washington.
The documentary explores the Sindhi migration to India during the Partition.
Kugelman, the Deputy Director of the Asia Program at Wilson Center, speaks to Frank Islam.
Tanzanian Indian American Rupal Ramesh Shah writes about her recent marathon run in Antarctica.
Such a ticket will have the same diversity in age, education, gender, race, color creed, wealth and political philosophy that the population at large has.
Indian American entrepreneurs Bharat Desai and Neerja Sethi commit $1 million to AIF.
Directed by Indo Canadian Nisha Ganatra, the film also stars Emma Thompson.
Consul General Sandeep Chakravorty hands over the citation and medal to the 100-year-old yogini, who couldnâ€™t travel for investiture.
HBOâ€™s â€œThe Case Against Adnan Syedâ€ reveals evidence that Syed may not have been guilty of murder.
Devotees can have an experiential visit to the Golden Temple at the exhibit.
Texas-based Reddy & Neumann says it will sue the administration if H4 EAD is revoked.
Harris trails Gabbard and NJ Sen. Corey Booker in Indian American campaign donations.
One of the main reasons for the popularity of EB-5 visas is speed.
“Hasan is America. And America is Hasan,â€ writes Minhajâ€™s former Daily Show colleague Trevor Noah.
Indian American author Braham Singh takes anÂ irreverent look at India-Pakistan geopolitics.
USCIS received over 201,000 H-1B petitions, nearly 11,000 more than last year.
Manavi director Navneet Bindya Bhalla awarded for empowering women.
Renzuâ€™s upcoming movie â€œThe Illegalâ€ stars “Life of Pi” fame Suraj Sharma.
Since Trumpâ€™s election as president, major American technology companies have expanded their operations in Canada.
Mouzam Makkar is currently seen on high voltage legal drama “The fix” on ABC.
Rukus Avenue Radio, billed as the first mainstream South Asian radio station in North America, goes on air April 8.
MalhotraÂ will also be launching his web series, UFF, at World Dignity Forum in Los Angeles.
The film, shot in Hapur, near Delhi, is co-produced by Indian Guneet Monga.
The homicide, second involving Indian American couples in two months, illustrates the dangers of domestic violence incidents going unreported and unaddressed.
Did you know that the first truly American cookbook included a recipe for chicken curry? Culinary historian and scholar Colleen Taylor Sen traces the journey of Indian food in early America.