The Indian American Democrat, who is the Founder and Chairman AAPI Victory Fund, speaks about the election.
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Indian American Democratic VP nominee calls Trump’s covid response ‘greatest failure in history’.
The New York Times obtains Trump’s taxes extending over more than two decades.
Indian envoy Taranjit Singh Sandhu is in Delhi for “consultations.”
Asian Americans show remarkable cohesion on immigration, environment, guns and education.
Providing healthcare to over 40 million Americans, Indian origin professionals are a key stakeholder.
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1.3 million Indian American voters may be potential game changers in Nov. 3 presidential poll.
Seema Verma ‘worked hard’ to evolve Medicare’s ‘Senior Savings Model’.
The last thing that Trump should do in the middle of a planetary pandemic is to threaten to deprive the WHO of the funding that it needs to be the first line of defense.
Jayapal, who had previously backed Sanders, says she “will do everything” she can to help Biden “win back the White House.”
Indian American physicians seek enhancement of national registry of patients to help combat the pandemic.
“The US-Indian partnership is now truly stronger than ever before,” Trump says wrapping up an “unforgettable, extraordinary” visit to India
India raises H-1B issue, Trump declines comment on India’s citizenship law.
Trump and Modi might not have inked a trade deal during the president’s visit, but the two countries should work toward an agreement.
Trade deal is unlikely as US officials cite concerns about an increase in economic barriers by the Indian government.
Brookings’ India Project director Tanvi Madan discusses Trump’s upcoming India visit.
Trump seeks “brown’ votes”; Modi hopes to divert attention from Kashmir and CAA protests.
The White House says the president will be accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump.
“Time to stop aspiring to whiteness” — Indian Americans urged to denounce Trump’s “anti-immigrant” politics.
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“Tweets are not enough and we need to see some action.”
“America’s heart broke when a young police officer was murdered,” Trump said in his speech to the nation.
The president and the prime minister also discuss trade.