Half of the Indian American population lives in five states, California, Texas, New Jersey, New York and Illinois.
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Indian Americansâ€™ active participation in the presidential election indicates their growing political clout.
South Asian Americans tend to view racism through the white prism of â€˜model minority.â€™
Indian American corporate leaders stand in solidarity with black community.
We cannot be bystanders and treat it as â€œsomeone elseâ€™s problem.â€
Job losses, financial worries, immigration ban raise stress levels in community.
Artist Syed Rehmanâ€™s online initiative to help poor and elderly inspiring people across America.
Many are going to the USCIS website and filing extension for B1/B2 visas.
Post office, streets and even a Barbie doll celebrate the community.
Trumpâ€™s National Security Council Adviser just sued Politico for exposing his role.
The glittering 2019 American Portrait Gala raises over $2 million; features former first ladies Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama.
Congressmen and civil rights organizations call out Trump for fostering white supremacy; call for gun control.
Race- and ethnicity-based admission policies adopted by Americaâ€™s elite schools are immoral and against principle of equality.
More than 10 percent of the 55th class of US Presidential Scholars is Indian American.
Despite rising tensions in the subcontinent, cricket brings Indians and Pakistanis together in the United States.
The new service, Pramit, is a helpline to ensure that queries to the consulate are directed to the right places in the most efficient manner.
The three were involved in a scheme that laundered narco dollars from US back to Mexico.
Asian Americans should not oppose Harvard’s affirmative action beneficial to African Americans and Hispanics, and, at the same time, claimÂ the same “disadvantaged” status to secure business contracts and jobs set aside for minorities.
In the first episode of the first season, Minhaj poked fun at â€˜bad Indian American role models.â€™ What can one expect in Season 2?
Bipartisan members of Congress laud contributions of Indian Americans.
Budding scientists will compete for $1.8 million in awards including top prize of $250,000.
The lawmakers join 16 other Asian Americans in the ceremonial oath of office hosted by Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS).
Indian immigrants with advanced degrees could wait up to 151 years for permanent residency.
The president extols Indian Americans, announces intent to nominate Neomi Rao to DC Circuit Court of Appeals.
In a new book, Varghese K. George, a former Washington correspondent of The Hindu, dissects the state of bilateral relations in the era of Trump and Modi.Â