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  • Indian-origin British lawmakers condemn UK terror attack

    Priti Patel paid tributes to the police officer stabbed to death by the lone attacker at the gates of the Parliament building on Wednesday. Shailesh Vara MP, a former justice minister, said in the House of Commons that Britain stands united against the "evil ideology" of the terrorists.
  • Indian-origin Kamala Harris unknown to many Californians, Poll says

    California's senior senator Dianne Feinstein has seen her job approval rating tick down, said the poll, which is the PPIC's first post-election measure of Harris' job approval. 30% of Californians, including 20% of Democrats, said they do not know how to rate Harris' performance.
  • Don't use Islamophobic language: Ami Bera to Donald Trump

    Worried over frequent hate crimes against Indian-origin people in US, Indian-American Congressman has urged President Donald Trump to refrain from using Islamophobic language that pits one group against another. Bera, 52, said he would like Trump to speak out more forcefully against these crimes.
  • Indian-origin MP joins others to accuse BBC of Brexit bias

    Suella Fernandes, who traces her roots to Goa, is among the majority Tory party signatories of a letter to the BBC director-general Lord Hall calling on the public broadcaster to correct its anti-Brexit stance.
  • Radicalised German teens sentenced for attacking Gurudwara

    Prosecutors had argued that the three 17-year-olds - who were 16 at the time of the act - had attacked the Sikh temple in Essen out of radical Islamist motivations to kill "non-believers". The youth court on Tuesday agreed that their motive had been hate for other religions.
  • Indian-origin man charged with murder of one-year-old in UK

    Bidhya Sagar Das, 33, was arrested on Sunday after Scotland Yard launched a manhunt for him on finding the two children in a critical condition in a flat in Hackney area of north-east London. Das is expected to appear before Thames Magistrates' Court in London later on Tuesday.
  • Indian-origin man jailed 10 years for killing woman in Singapore

    Gunasegaran Ramasamy, who confessed in 2013 to the killing of a woman Soh San, was sentenced to the maximum 10 years' jail and 12 strokes of the cane for robbery with hurt by a Singapore court.
  • Indian-Americans hold rally in front of the White House to protest against hate crimes

    In a petition memorandum submitted to President Trump, the recently established Coalition of Indian American organisations of the USA, which organised the event, urged him to intervene in the matter and take steps to punish the culprits under federal hate crimes law.
  • Kansas shooting: Ian Grillot to be honoured by Indian-Americans in Houston

    Indian-Americans will honour 24-year-old Ian Grillot who was injured while trying to intervene during a racially-motivated shooting in Kansas that left Indian techie Srinivas Kuchibhotla dead and his colleague Alok Madasani injured. Grillot will be honoured as 'A True American Hero' on March 25.
  • Scotland Yard launches manhunt for Indian murder suspect

    Bidhya Sagar Das is suspected to be involved in the murder of a 1-year-old boy and attacking his twin sister. "The incident is believed to be domestic. There has been no arrest at this stage and enquiries continue," Metropolitan Police said.
  • Indian priest stabbed inside Melbourne church

    Tomy Kalathoor Mathew, 48 was stabbed at St Matthew’s Church in Melbourne. Reportedly, the assailant yelled “You are Indian, a Hindu or Muslim, you cannot say mass, I will kill you”. Mathew was rushed to a hospital and treated for a wound to his neck. He was later discharged
  • Indian-American teenager held for matricide

    Authorities would not discuss a motive, nor would they say what evidence led investigators to the teenager, but throughout the year-old investigation they had maintained, he was a person of interest in the case.
  • Hindujas are UK's wealthiest Asians in 2017

    Steel tycoon Lakshmi N Mittal secured the second place with a fortune of 12.6 billion pounds - up from 6.4 billion pounds last year - in the Eastern Eye Asian Rich List, Britain's 101 Wealthiest Asians 2017, released last night.
  • Indian-American to lead PWE Department in Houston

    53-year-old Sreerama would replace retiring director Dale Rudick as chief of Houston's $2 billion and 4,000-plus-employee operation. If confirmed by council, the Hyderabad native would start work on April 3 and would also become Houston's first Asian department director in the process.
  • Reports on racial attacks in US exaggerated: Shalabh Kumar

    Shalabh Kumar, founder of the Republican Hindu Coalition that rallied behind Donald Trump during the US presidential poll, today said reports on the racial attacks in US were exaggerated. On the US administration's take on H-1B visa, Kumar said Trump was only trying to implement the existing rules.
  • Indian-origin South African freedom fighter critical after surgery

    Ahmed Kathrada, an 87-year-old Indian-origin anti-apartheid activist in South Africa, remains critical after undergoing surgery, his foundation has said, describing reports that he passed away as "fake news".
  • US man charged with hate crime for assaulting, abusing Indian

    At the time of the incident, Burgess was sitting next to Mehta inside the Red Robin restaurant when he began insulting him and then repeatedly elbowed him in the head, police said. He has been accused of intentionally harming Ankur Mehta because of his "perceived race, colour and national origin".
  • Preet Bharara was probing Trump cabinet member when fired: Report

    Bharara, who was recently fired by the Trump administration, was investigating into allegations of trading of health-related stocks of secretary of health and human services Tom Price. The story is based on sources and White House has not commented on the allegations.
  • One held in Hyderabad for cheating NRI

    Ananth Bhaskar told Rao he has an international credit card. Bhaskar told him if he uses the card he will give him commission. They used the card to make purchases of Rs 11 lakh. On coming to know about the transactions, the original card user raised the issue with the bank based in US.
  • Kansas recognises March 16 as Indian-American Appreciation Day

    The US state of Kansas has recognised Mar 16 as 'Indian-American Appreciation Day' to honour Indian techie Srinivas Kuchibhotla who was killed last month in a racially-motivated crime. Kansas Governor Sam Brownback said, "The unique contribution of Indian community has made Kansas a better place."