Shaylan “Shay” Shah was last seen on Saturday near Westgate Square in Edison, New Jersey
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A unique exhibit at Grounds of Sculpture in Hamilton Township aims to engage with the vibrant Indian community
New Jersey doctor to pay $650,000 to the victims and $200,000 for one victim’s the treatment
Prosecutor says it was “properly reported and classified as a bias incident” but finds insufficient cause for charge
San Diego neurosurgeon gets five years jail for accepting $3.3 million in bribes
SKN Foundation hosts star-studded evening in New Brunswick surrounding children’s wellbeing and heart health
Awards honor individuals and organizations making a significant impact on the quality of health care in New Jersey
Over 300 children from community dance schools in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut showcase their talent
Collection includes several classics and books in Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, Assamese and other Indian languages
Returning from the private sector, Khanna previously supervised health care and government fraud and money laundering units
She is also developing a show about the South Asian community in New Jersey and the many worlds hiding within them
Indian American jurist has a message for today’s youth: Achieving your dreams is not a cliche – I am living proof
Six-week program seeks to expose South Asian youth in New Jersey to local government and politics
When sworn in on Jan 1, Joshi will be the township’s first South Asian and youngest mayor
New matchmaking service offers South Asians in America everything from speed dating nights to couple icebreakers
Owner Jayesh Mehta left in a state of shock seeing pictures of business he’s owned since 2018 burning
Search on for two missing Indian Americans in New Jersey
Amid misleading rumors, friends and family of New Jersey resident continue intense search for her
Exhibition series to promote Indian sub-continent’s favorite game in the USA
India born Michigan University graduate dedicates win to her ‘Aai’ (mother)
America’s first Sikh state attorney general set to take up critical role to protect investors.
At 12 years, 4 months and 25 days, Indian American chess player breaks Sergey Karjakin’s 19-year-old record.
Class action suit alleges their caste position was used as a way to keep them subjugated.
Dr. Patel is a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine.
“We would love to have Dharmesh sir come back for another session soon,” said one of the participants.