Kalpana Kotagal to serve on Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Vinay Singh as CFO in Housing & Urban Development Department
Browsing: Indian Americans
About 96% of Asian population is fully vaccinated — the highest amongst all ethnic groups: CDC
New names include Maya Chorengel with a passion for speaking on behalf of the Asian-American and Pacific Island community
Art Agrawalâ€™s Jerry is the top car ownership super app; Jack Kudale founded industryâ€™s first AI-powered cyber insurance provider
Indian Americansâ€™ go to place is losing out to online shopping and nearby Indian grocery stores
Mythili Sankaran created a professional network for South Asian women; Serrena Iyer reimagines ways to fight hunger by night
The Deepavali Day Act will recognize and honor the immense contributions of Indian-Americans to the US
Biden administration officials stress importance of communityâ€™s voices, engagement and role
Many Indian Americans with relatives in India vaccinated with Covaxin anxious about WHO approval
From suicide prevention among young queer to a new social media startup, they are shaping the pandemic experience
New FBI data shows rise in bias-motivated crimes against Indian Americans, specifically Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus
Search on for two missing Indian Americans in New Jersey
Coming from India, a victim of terrorism, the community urges the US to take strong action against terrorists
They are the wealthiest, best educated and least poor
India born executive only the second person after Bill Gates to hold both posts.
52 percent Indian Americans believe other minority groups discriminated against more than them.
From fundraisers to creating artwork relief, the diaspora pitches in to help Indians.
An Indian American teenager explains how she has learned to embrace her identity.
President values their â€œincredible contribution to fabric of society, whether itâ€™s science or education or the government.â€
â€œYou guys are incredible,â€ Biden tells Indian American Swati Mohan, who landed Mars rover on the Red Planet.
Kamala Harris’ story resonates with many Indian Americans from immigrant families.
India needs the skills, knowledge, and investments of the pravasi to regain its global position.
The 2020 election cycle has proved that Indian Americans have fully immersed themselves in the political fabric of the U.S.
Small but influential community has emerged as a pivotal voting block in battleground states.
Both Trump and Biden campaigns are courting the small but possibly pivotal voting bloc.