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  • Kamala Harris calls on Trump to quit over misconduct allegations


    Harris, the Indian-American senator, has joined six other Democratic senators - Kirsten Gillibrand, Cory Booker, Bernie Sanders, Jeff Merkley, Mazie Hirono and Ron Wyden - who have called for Trump to resign.
  • Desi diaspora largest in the world


    The Indian diaspora constitutes 6% of the total number of international migrants (people living outside the country of their birth), which was estimated at 243 million in 2015.
  • Indian-American doctor arrested for healthcare fraud


    The accused, Dr Devendra Patel, today appeared in a federal court in Reno city of Nevada. He was charged with 36- counts of distribution of controlled substances such as oxycodone and hydrocodone, and three-counts of health care fraud.
  • Indian restaurant owner jailed for stealing 90k pounds


    An Indian restaurant owner Monir Miah admitted lying about his income from 'The Crown of India' restaurant has been jailed for two years in the UK for stealing 90,000 pounds in taxes by falsifying repayment claims, an official spokesperson has said.
  • New Jersey governor-elect nominates first Sikh-American as state Attorney General


    New Jersey Governor-elect Phil Murphy today named Gurbir S Grewal as his nominee to serve as the next Attorney General of the state. Grewal, who has spent most of his legal career in public service, is currently the Bergen County prosecutor. Working for most populous county in New Jersey, Grewal serves a community of almost one million with his staff of 265.
  • IIT Kanpur graduate launches new company in Seoul


  • Student from Hyderabad shot at in Chicago


    A student from Hyderabad, Mohammed Akbar, suffered bullet injuries when he was shot at in Chicago, US. The incident reportedly took place on December 6 when Akbar was walking towards his car parking.
  • Indian-origin man jailed for forging mother's will in UK


    An Indian-origin accountant, who was found guilty of forging his dead mother's will earlier this year, has been jailed for 12 months by a UK court for lying under oath, a media report said on Saturday.​​
  • Indian-American launches novel education programme in India


    The Academy's mission is to ignite the innovative trait in young Indian students and "create a new generation of youngsters who will think out of the box". The Atlanta-based STEM Academy has said that it will open a "Center of Excellence" in Delhi in January.
  • 140 rare artefacts on display at IHC to celebrate India's diverse cultural heritage


    An ongoing exhibition held in Singapore with collaboration with Indian Heritage Centre (IHC) has exhibited 140 Indian rare traditional artefacts. 15 expect craftspeople from India would be demonstrating there.
  • Two Indian-Americans launch Indian restaurant in US


    Two young Indian-Americans investment bankers have quit their well-paid jobs to start a fast fine casual Indian restaurant, RASA in Washington, which they aspire to take to every nook and corner of the US at an affordable price.
  • 'Sherin's foster dad removed her body with trash'


    Police in Dallas has shared new details about the mysterious death of Indian toddler Sherin Mathews, alleging that her Indian-American foster father bundled her "stiff and cold" body in the back of his car with a bag of trash and hid her corpse in a culvert.
  • Sherin's parents denied access to biological daughter


    The foster parents of Sherin Mathews, the 3-year-old Indian girl who was found dead under suspicious circumstances in a culvert in Dallas, have been denied access to their biological daughter.
  • Sikh-Americans plan another national media campaign


    'We are Sikhs' was launched earlier this year in the US. Having positive response from the previous campaign, they are planning to launch another nationwide campaign to generate awareness about their minority status.
  • Indian-origin man sentenced for seeking sex with minor girl


    A 57-year-old Indian-origin man from Canada was sentenced by a federal court in Arizona to 46 months of imprisonment on charges of travelling to the US to have sex with a minor girl.
  • Pramila Jayapal storms into Politico Power List


    Pramila Jayapal, Indo-American activist turned politician makes into the list of Politico Power. Ranked at 18, analysts considered her to be a ground breaker and embraces challenge. She has advocated for civil rights and immigration reforms.
  • Indian-American Kamala tops global thinkers' list


    Indian-American California Senator Kamala Harris has topped the prestigious Foreign Policy magazine's 50 Leading Global Thinkers' list which also features two others from the community. Seen as a potential Democratic presidential candidate, Harris is the only black woman in the Senate.
  • Indian-American scribe to run for US Congress


    An Indian-American woman has announced that she will run for the next year's election to the seat of US House of Representative from a Chicago suburb. Vandana Jhingan, who is a journalist, will challenge Democrat Indian American Raja Krishnamoorthi.
  • NRIs move SC for law to deal with 'parental abduction' cases; Court issues notice to Centre


    Increasing cases of parental abduction, under which a parent living in a foreign country takes back the child to India without informing his or her spouse, prompted a group of US-based NRI parents to approach the Supreme Court on Friday, seeking its direction to the Centre to frame a law to deal with such cases.
  • Sherin Mathews showed signs of abuse: Doctor


    Sherin Mathews, a 3-year-old Indian girl who was found dead in a culvert after being reported missing by her foster father, had a series of broken bones and injuries in various stages of healing, a doctor testified before the court.​