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Indian American lawmaker saddened by Indian political hacks’ attack on his freedom fighter grandfather
Community says shooting “will not deter our community from coming together and openly celebrating our faith”
The extraordinary tale of courage of an Indian boy who finds himself stranded in the Pacific Ocean
“I will kill their children and hide their flesh inside of their burger meat,” he wrote in an email
Ambika Grover ranked sixth wins $80,000 award; Siddhu Pachipala placed ninth gets $50,000 prize
Rep. Dunn: It is not just the U.S., but NATO “also realizes that India is dramatically important to the whole…
AAHOA board members and 180 ambassadors descent on the U.S. capital for two-day national spring advocacy conference.
President Dr. Ravi Kolli donates $5,000 on behalf of AAPI.
Suhas Subramanyam to run for Senate, Kannan Srinivasan to vie for House in Loudon
New online-filing procedures announced for F-1 students seeking OPT or STEM OPT extensions
Roma Gupta died in the crash while her daughter Reeva is in critical condition with third-degree burns
Each Truman Scholar receives funding for graduate studies, leadership training and fellowship opportunities within the federal government
Indian American educationists Neeli Bendapudi and Sunil Kumar named co-chairs of group to align priorities of both nations
Aiming to “Educate Americas for cricket” CHoF members will offer their time and expertise to promote the game
The son of immigrants became the first Indian American coordinator in NFL history in 2021
Former Los Angeles Mayor is “qualified to serve this vital role as the US ambassador to India”
Activist behind Seattle’s law against caste discrimination wants to extend fight to other cities with South Asian immigrants.
Renjen is Deloitte Global CEO Emeritus and Subramaniam is President and CEO of FedEx
A fired Indian woman shares how it has been to survive in the volatile US job market.
Her Boston based charity Friends of Mewar works towards providing healthcare and jobs to rural women in India.
Das’ Green Light Tour will take him to Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin from March to July.
Police are still investigating the case and there is as yet no confirmation on how the tragedy transpired
Daughter of immigrants says she knows the challenges faced by families during hard times.
Chicago based Syed Rehman is constantly thinking of ways to help the earthquake hit people.