Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, known as Tan, will be hoping to hold on to the Slough constituency. Dhesi is being backed by representative group Sikh Federation (UK), which has set up a steering committee to lobby for greater Sikh representation in winnable parliamentary seats in the elections.
Ismail Ali Khan was sentenced to five years, seven months in federal prison after being convicted of conspiring to import and distribute male enhancement pills illegally that contained the drug found in Viagra, the US Department of Justice said in a statement.
Two Indian-Americans, Ritu Raju of Houston Community college in Houston Texas and Sundeep R Muppidi of the University of Hartford in Hartford (HCC) Connecticut, were named Fellows as part of the ACE Fellows Programme 2017-18 class.
Kiran Andhavarapu, who was living in Conroe in Texas, was sentenced to 20 months in prison and three years of supervised release for stealing more than US $484,000 from Weatherford and its subsidiary EProduction Solutions.
Fatima Meer posthumously received the Order of Luthuli in Silver; while Shantie Naidoo joined 21 others, who were part of a group that suffered at the hands of the apartheid-era security police, to receive the same award at the Presidential Guest House in Pretoria.
"If we, like any business organisation or political organisation, fail to muster the right leadership, stick by the right kind of values and do the right thing... then of course we will, as an organisation, fail," he said.
Khandu Patel, father of two, worked as a housekeeper at Americas Best Value Inn and Suites in Whitehaven. Investigators say 30 shots went off and one of those bullets hit Patel. Police have put up flyers all over the motel asking for information about the killer.
Lord Bagri was the first Indian-origin and longest-serving chairman of the London Metal Exchange. He began his career in India before moving to London in 1959. Bagri was also awarded the Commander of the British Empire (CBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in 1995 for his services to the British industry.
Kurusu has been in federal custody since his arrest in May 2016. He pleaded guilty in January to wire fraud, fraud in foreign labour contracting, making a false statement on a visa application and tampering with a witness, victim or an informant.
A 28-year-old Indian national in the US has pleaded guilty for his role in a multi-million dollar scam in which individuals from call centres located in India impersonated US tax and immigration officials to defraud victims across America.
Lance Corporal Trimaan Dhillon was accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend Alice Ruggles' flat and slitting her throat from ear to ear. He was described in a court as an obsessive, controlling and manipulative person.
Researchers, who looked at the physics behind releasing a projectile with the human arm in a series of calculations, suggest that a slow underarm throw is the best strategy for getting a piece of paper into a nearby bin.
Fakhruddin Attar and his wife, Farida, both from Michigan state, were charged with conspiring to perform female genital mutilations on minor girls out of Fakhruddin Attar's medical clinic in Livonia. The Attars were arrested on April 21.
Britain's Indian-origin steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta has made a bid to acquire all the assets of a Minnesota iron ore firm, days after he announced plans to take over ArcelorMittal's steelworks in the US.
Indian-American Vishal J Amin's name has been sent by President Donald Trump to the Senate for confirmation as America's new 'IP czar' to coordinate the country's law-enforcement strategy around copyright, patents and trademarks.
Avaneesh Krishnamoorthy has been charged with securities fraud, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and a maximum fine of $5 million. He served as a vice president and risk management specialist for a Manhattan-based investment bank from 2015 till April, 2017.
The research published in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada has found that among all Indian immigrant women with two previous daughters, male to female ratios were higher than expected, particularly among those whose mother tongue was Punjabi and Hindi.
A bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud issued notice to the government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on the plea filed by Sangeeta Pandey, an overseas citizen of India (OCI) card holder who was turned down by the bank when she went to get Rs 18,000 exchanged.