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Southern Baptists Warned Against Religious Blitz
Forty Christian and Jewish institutions sent them a letter saying that an upcoming proseltyzing effort by the Southern Baptists could contribute to violence.
Berkeley Grad Provides 'Real Cosmetics' for South Asians
Lubna Khalid saw there was a high-end market for ethnic makeup that other companies haven't even thought about.
Strangled Woman's Family Wants Community To Express Outrage
Dr Deepti Gupta husband has asked the Los Angeles District Attorney to prosecute self-confessed killer Kevin Anderson to the fullest extent of law.
It Is Karma, Says Father Of Dead Teen
His daughter Seetha, who suffered a cardiac arrest following carbon monoxide poisoning, was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital.
Does Ashok Krishnamurti Know How Many Nudes Manet's Painting Has?
But Asians especially have found another way to become millionaires. Forget the show, 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?' They find their way to Silicon Valley, says Emil Guillermo.
1999 Excelsior Awards Announced
This year's winners are NY state solicitor-general Preeti Bansal, US Airways CEO Rakesh Gangwal, Sycamore Networks founder Desh Deshpande and Rockefeller University professor John Kuriyan.
All My Sums
One innovative father crusades to make math fun for kids -- online.
Gas Leak Claims New Teen Immigrant
Seetha Reddy died when a defective gas heater leaked carbon monoxide into the room.
Patkar Thanks Foreign Supporters of NBA
But the leader of the Narmada Bachao Andolan refuses to accept funds from abroad.
Sakhi health drive
Bombay Girl Keeps Tabs on Las Vegas Casinos
Radha Chanderraj, who herself does not gamble, now finds herself on the Nevada Gaming Commission.
A Silver Bean for Chicago
Anish Kapoor's work of art is the latest addition to Chicago's public art display.
Canadian Citizenship Process to Be Simplified
Among other things, knowledge of English or French will not be mandatory to become a citizen.
Princeton U to Give Foreign Students a Boost
The university has announced a plan to create slots for 500 undergraduate students, a substantial number of them from abroad, in the next five to 10 years.
CRY literacy drive
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Chicago Kid Writes Software Program, Sells It to Canadian Firm
Movie actor ('Indian in the Cupboard') and whiz kid Rishi Bhat has had one busy summer.
Experts Predict Renewed Interest in Hinduism and Buddhism Across America
Despite the millions of dollars Christian churches spend in America to recruit new members, there are many who are not satisfied by Christianity and look for meaning elsewhere.
'Hum Saath-Saath Hain' Bags $& 2.2 m in 17 Days
Despite competition from 'Dillagi,' which is being released next week in North America by Eros, who also distributed 'Hum Saath-Saath Hain,' the latter is expected to continue doing robust business for another four weeks.
Why Is Meher Singh Outraged?
This week she not only missed a class but she joined hundreds of students to demand more protection for women students at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.
Demand for Funds for Non-Catholic Schools Heats Up
A battle for school funding being fought in a small Canadian city could have far reaching impact on schools run by immigrant communities across Ontario.
Many Unanswered Questions Surround Doctor's Murder
Dr Kevin Anderson said he killed his partner Dr Deepti Gupta and pushed her car over a cliff. But the police found she had been dead several hours.
Bus Hijacker Under Psychiatric Care
Canada too also indicated that it wants to try Vikram Menon, accused of hijacking his own bus.
Empowering Youth In Guru Nanak's Name
Canadian Sikhs indulge in some reflection on the birth anniversary of the first guru.
Sharief, Benazir 'Raped' Democracy: Najam Sethi
The Friday Times editor finds it ironic that the press is freer during army rule than democracy in Pakistan.
Gandhian Protest In Georgia Draws Over 10,000
Protesters call for closure of school that trained Latin American soldiers who visited violence upon the poor in their countries.
Dhabas, New York Style
Cheap and wholesome fare provide Indians in America with a taste of home.
Life Is Unfair
It isn't easy being a taxi driver but it's got to be done -- and well, says former New York mayor Ed Koch.
Dying in Silicon Valley
A new booklet, Cremation Guide, demystifies Hindu funerals rituals.
More Protests Held Against Offending Prayer Book
At least one Southern Baptist pastor apologised, conceding the language was "arrogant" and "tactless".
Dorm Room Idea Pays Dividends
Harvard student Amar Goel makes a multi-million dollar business of selling golf equipment on the Net.
A High Voltage Lesson in Race Tolerance
Canada's Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson give students who engaged in a racist brawl something to think about.
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