How the Pakistanis Woo Hillary Clinton
The First Lady seems to be beholden to the Pakistanis in New York where she is fighting a very expensive Senate race.
AIA Appeals to Indian Community to Join Census Drive
Census numbers are used to draw the election districts. If there is an undercount, a particular state will have less number of representatives in the Congress.
Girl Accused of Killing Reena Says She Is Being 'Framed'
The jury is weighing the role of Kelly Ellard who is charged with pushing Reena under the water and holding her head there as Reena fought for her life.
'There is no energy so intense as entrepreneurship'
'I am bullish about entrepreneurship taking off like a rocket in India,' says Cirrus Logic chairman, Suhas Patil.
Dulhan... Seduces Thousands in England
The Salman-Karisma starrer grossed about $ 170,000 on 21 screens last weekend. Its $ 8,000 per screen gross was the highest in the country.
Defective Gene in Mice Could Lead To
a Treatment of Obesity: Scientist
If scientists could find a drug that changes the normal HNGIC gene, obesity in human beings could be treated.
J&K massacre: Sikhs in North America
Ask Clinton, UN to Help Find Killers
The demand was made last weekend in many gurdwaras and at a rally attended by nearly 1,000 Sikhs and a handful of Muslims in Vancouver.
A Homeless Writer
"There are an increasing number of people who are living in the cracks between cultures," says Pico Iyer, who is in the US promoting his new book The Global Soul...
You thought Hollywood would have trouble with Manoj Night Shyamalan's name? You bet you were right.
Soft Spoken Scientist Offers Fierce Defense
of the Biotechnology Industry
"They peddle fear. Today it's biotechnology. Three years ago it was global warming. Five years before that it was nuclear power," says C S Prakash of the anti-bio-technology protesters.
Several Bills to Increase H1-B Visas Could Cause Trouble for the Visa Program
If the efforts to boost the visas fail, the current number of nearly 110,000 visas will drop back to the 1998 level of 65,000.
Sixth Sense Big Loser At Oscars
The film, which was nominated in six categories, went home without a single Oscar.
At Last, Long Journey Finds Audiences in America
Nearly two years after it was completed and commercially released in parts of the world, the film version of Rohinton Mistry's 1991 award-winning novel has finally opened in the US.
Fund-Raiser Held For Mother Accused
Of Trying To Kill Her Two Children
An association has raised about $ 225,000 and is working towards raising another $ 600,000 by the middle of June when Narinder Virk's trial starts.
Newspaper Accuses Clinton of Ditching Milkmaids in a Rajasthan Village
Even those newspapers who thought their readers would not be interested in stories about Bill Clinton's visit to India, decided to run his pictures with 'veiled' women.
It's Official: No More H-1B Visas For This Year
The Immigration and Naturalization Service stopped accepting applications for H1-B visas well before the end of the fiscal year.
Third Man in Sex Ring Case Set Free on Bail
Since he has no regular income and less than $ 5,000 in assets, the court has assigned him a public lawyer and a Telugu translator.
North American media sees mostly negative stories in Clinton's visit
They have noted that Clinton had not been able to wrest any meaningful concession from India on nuclear issues.
Amazing success story of a teen techie
Anand Shimpi runs one of the most successful computer hardware websites in the US. And he is just 17.
Date set for gurdwara murder case
On Wednesday, Joga Singh Sandher, 35, accused of gunning down Ajmer Singh Malhi, a founder of the El Sobrante gurdwara, was indicted by a grand jury.
Defence rests in Virk murder case
The attorney for Ellard, the main accused, produced a witness who testified that a boy, Warren Glowatski, convicted in Reena's murder, had told a fellow inmate that if Ellard could be blamed for the crime, everyone else would go free.
Women win largest discrimination suit
The case against VOA, a government controlled agency, was filed nearly 23 years ago.
Teen accused in Virk's murder asserts she tried to save doomed girl
Seven girls and a boy were charged in the beating that led to Reena's death over two years ago.
Dr Daruwalla headed for big screen
Hollywood insiders believe that Miramax, which has released The Cider House Rules, is seriously considering backing the project.
Microsoft veteran expands mentorship role
Vijay Vashee, like many of his peers, makes time to back up start-ups, a large number of them by Indian Americans.
Family Feuds: South Asians and The Sopranos
An ABC program focuses on what according to Clinton is the most dangerous place in the world.
Indian all set to head Citibank
According to Wall Street Journal, Pune-born Victor Menezes has done well to survive Citi's notoriously brutal corporate culture.
Chicago's Boy Wonder Boosts an Ailing Canadian Firm
Rishi Bhat has developed a software that allows users to surf the Internet anonymously.
Narayanan Upstages Clinton In Several US Newspapers
Narayanan's rebuke to Clinton on his description of South Asia as 'the most dangerous place in the world' was widely reported in the US media.
Census officials upset by INS raid
Census officials have sought to ease the fear of illegal immigrants, who feel that information about their status could be passed on to the Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Virk murder trial nears end
Reena Virk's murder two-and-a-half years ago caught international attention because the eight attackers of the 14-year-old girl were her teenage schoolmates.
Merchant's Cotton Mary divides US critics
While some said the movie was passionless, others called it a masterpiece.
Washington-backed Butterfly welcomed in many Indian homes
A US-based group has added a new element to India's family planning program -- profit.
Verdict against Deepak Chopra dismissed
Appellate court throws out jury verdict against New Age guru because judge made demeaning comments about his lawyer.
'Father' of dead girl charged
Venkateswara Vemireddy, who brought over the girl that Lakireddy Bali Reddy allegedly had sex with, has been charged with bringing aliens illegally into the US.
Satish Kumar, Vandana Shiva to address seminar
They are among the big names in alternative development movements to speak at the Chicago event.
Jim Clark to address TiE conference
Also to speak at the event are Gururaj 'Desh' Deshpande and Dr Amar Bhide.