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Passengers take a ride on an overcrowded bus as limited public transportation operates in the city during the ongoing oil and fuel crisis in Kathmandu, Nepal September 29.…

Indian-American man sues San Francisco 49ers

Indian-American man sues San Francisco 49ers

An Indian-American man has sued professional American football team San Francisco 49ers and the companies that run California’s Levi’s stadium, a media report said. Kiran Patel, 32, has held them…

Hardik Patel announces formation of new group

Hardik Patel announces formation of new group

Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti leader Hardik Patel on Wednesday announced the formation of a new group, Akhil Bhartiya Patel Navnirman Sena, with the aim to unite the Kurmi, Gujjar, Maratha…

Movie Review: Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon

Movie Review: Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon

The success of Kapil Sharma is a bizarre phenomenon in the already strange world of Indian television. The comedian, whose forte seems to be misogynistic jokes that mostly involve evil…

Hindu mob lynches Muslim rumoured to have killed a cow

Hindu mob lynches Muslim rumoured to have killed a cow

A Hindu mob killed a Muslim man in India over rumours that he butchered a cow, unleashing violence that police on Wednesday blamed on tension fuelled by politicians who seek…

India sentences five men to death for 2006 Mumbai train blasts

India sentences five men to death for 2006 Mumbai train blasts

A court sentenced five men to death and jailed seven for life on Wednesday for planning the bomb blasts that ripped through Mumbai commuter trains in 2006, killing more than…

Modi Networks With Who’s Who Of Silicon Valley

Modi Networks With Who’s Who Of Silicon Valley

Routers, iOS, Android, networks, optical fiber network, or say Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and et al – are not words that usually are in politicians’ lexicon, and spoken – rarely, if…

Amputee Climbs Every Mountain For Women’s Empowerment

Amputee Climbs Every Mountain For Women’s Empowerment

It takes some chutzpah to climb Mount Everest with all your limbs intact. But Arunima Sinha has an extra dose of that courage accomplishing the climb with just one leg.…

Kumar Named Head Of U.S. Maritime Education and Training

Kumar Named Head Of U.S. Maritime Education and Training

An Indian-American has been selected to head the nation’s Maritime Administration’s education and training wing to build the corps of merchant mariners of the country. Shashi Kumar, currently dean of…

Columbia’s Environmental Engineer Gets MacArthur Genius Award

Columbia’s Environmental Engineer Gets MacArthur Genius Award

A graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkie, is among 24 recipients of the prestigious MacArthur Foundation Fellowship for 2015, the foundation announced Sept. 29. Often referred to as…

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