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Fauja Singh Run On, You Crazy Diamond

He’s a few days shy of 103, and still lacing up for his daily run. It’s the closest you can come to immortality

Mar

17

2014

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India-born Tipped to be Next Nokia CEO

After Satya Nadella, it may now be the turn of another Mangalore University graduate to head a Fortune 500 company.

Mar

14

2014

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How Indian Americans Helped Shape US

Indian Americans are no longer a small, easily defined minority that can be captured and explained in a few brightly coloured rooms in a museum.

Mar

14

2014

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UK Witnesses 21% Drop in Study Visas to Indians in 2013

Over 90 per cent of the applications received get the visas,clarifying that Britain does not look at India as a high risk country.

Mar

13

2014

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Exploring How Indian Americans Helped Shape US

A new exhibition at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington celebrates Indian-American culture, history and experiences

Mar

12

2014

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NRIs on Short Trips Barred From Gold Imports

Imports of gold are likely to get further impacted, with the effort to check the alleged misuse of the facility for non-resident Indians (NRIs) to bring some with their luggage.

Mar

12

2014

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2 Indians in US' Most Powerful CEOs Under-40

Two Indian CEOs have been named among America's most powerful CEOs under the age of 40 - who head publicly-traded companies with highest market value.

Mar

11

2014

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70 Indian Passports Stolen From San Francisco

About 70 Indian passports have reportedly been stolen from a private company, to which the Indian Consulate in San Francisco has outsourced various visa and passport related services.

Mar

10

2014

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97% of 12,000 New NRI Voters From Kerala

For the first time, non-resident Indians will be voting in the general elections.

Mar

07

2014

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A Home of Their Own for Indian Expats

A weak rupee and attractive deals are luring Indian expats back to their nation’s property market.

Mar

06

2014

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Success Story or Struggle? Portraying Indians in US

As the Smithsonian portrays the Indian-American experience for the first time, organizers have faced hard questions about how to portray a diverse - and occasionally argumentative - community of nearly three million people.

Mar

06

2014

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Indian-origin Physician Charged With Healthcare Fraud in US

Mahesh Kuthuru 43, who owned and operated a medical practice, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Syracuse, New York.

Mar

04

2014

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Republicans Reach Out to Indian-Americans

The Republican Party wants the support of all Indian-Americans as well as other minorities such as African-Americans and Hispanics.

Mar

04

2014

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Restaurants Given Heavy Fines Over Sham Curries

Warnings have been issued to caterers after two North Yorkshire Indian restaurants were fined for passing beef off as lamb.

Mar

03

2014

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Indian-origin Hedge Fund Manager Seeks to Overturn Conviction

Martoma, 39, said his conviction should be thrown out because "unrelated" information about his dismissal from Harvard Law school biased the jury against him

Feb

26

2014

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US Museum Eyes Influences of Indian-Americans

Curators are probing the history behind certain cultural stereotypes of this population of 3.3 million Americans in a new exhibit

Feb

26

2014

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UK Mulls Dramatic Visa Fees Hike

A move that can hit Prime Minister David Cameron's efforts to boost student and business visits from countries like India.

Feb

25

2014

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10 Indian-Americans Eye High Political Office

As many as 10 Indian-Americans are eyeing high political office from governor to attorney general to membership of the House of Representatives in the Congressional and state elections.

Feb

24

2014

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IIT Grad Neeraj Arora is Man Behind All Things Business at WhatsApp

Did you know that India born Neeraj Arora, who is responsible for "all things business at WhatsApp", played a key role in sealing the deal?

Feb

24

2014

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Amnesty Seeks More Detail on Indian Deaths in Qatar

Human rights group Amnesty International has urged India to give "more transparent information" about the deaths of Indian workers in Qatar, the host nation for the 2022 World Cup.

Feb

20

2014

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Indian Hustle: How Fraudsters Prey on Would-be US Tech Workers

For freelance techies, the temptation is overwhelming. And that, naturally, has opened up a world of opportunity for fraudsters.

Feb

20

2014

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Indian Student's Bashing Sparks Change to Australia's Migration Laws

The case of an Indian student, brutally bashed in Melbourne late last year, has prompted calls for changes to Australia's migration regulations.

Feb

18

2014

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US Sikh Group Challenges Congress Party Plea

US Sikh human rights group has challenged a motion filed by India's Congress party for dismissing of a human rights violation case relating to the 1984 anti-Sikh violence.

Feb

18

2014

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More Than 450 Indian Migrants Dead in Qatar in 2012-13

More than 450 Indian migrants working in Qatar have died in the last two years, data shows as the Gulf state is under pressure over its rights record ahead of the 2022 World Cup.

Feb

17

2014

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Indian-origin Chicken King May Cut Thousands of UK Jobs

The company is one of the largest suppliers of poultry and meat to supermarkets and fast-food chains in the UK.

Feb

12

2014

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Indian Students in UK Feel Highly Unwelcome

A majority of Indian students have admitted to feeling highly unwelcome in the UK.

Feb

07

2014

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Why So Many Indian Global CEOs

The appointment of Satya Nadella as the new boss of Microsoft makes him just the latest Indian to rise to the top of global business.

Feb

07

2014

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Indian American's Game Changer Energy Project Stalled

Rusi Taleyarkhan, a 61-year-old professor at the Purdue University School of Nuclear Engineering, says he has become the victim of a witch hunt

Feb

06

2014

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Nadella as Microsoft CEO: A Slap in the Face for Indian System

Is the appointment of Satya Nadella a feather in India’s cap or a slap in the face for the Indian system?

Feb

04

2014

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Indian Americans Save Most For Children's College Education

Indian Americans, who have the highest income among America's multicultural groups, save much of their higher household income for their children's college education.

Jan

30

2014

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Indian-origin Banker Arrested in UK Anti-terror Raid

An Indian-origin woman banker has arrested in Britain as part of an ongoing anti-terrorism operation in London.

Jan

27

2014

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Indian-origin Man Invents 3D Printer that Makes Pizzas for Astronauts

An Indian-origin engineer claims to have developed a 3D printer that can print food and pizza for astronauts on long missions.

Jan

27

2014

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163 Indian Pandits Go Missing in US

As many as 163 Vedic pandits, who were brought to the US from north Indian villages, have disappeared from the Maharishi Vedic City in Iowa during the past year

Jan

27

2014

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Indians a Rising Force in California Politics

When Neel Kashkari announced he was running for governor last week, he became the latest Californian of Indian descent to step onto the political stage.

Jan

22

2014

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Indian Diplomats in US Face Lifestyle Choices

Indian diplomats in the United States are in a fix. Either they begin paying their domestic helps as per US laws or adapt to a new lifestyle -

Jan

22

2014

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Indian American Bailout Boss Running For California Governor

Indian American Neel Kashkari on Tuesday finally confirmed rumours swirling about for months and announced he was running for the Republican ticket for governor of California.

Jan

21

2014

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South African Indians in Bank Fraud Case

Four Indian-origin persons, former employees of one of South Africa's leading banking groups who are accused of being the kingpins in a scheme which defrauded the institution of millions of rands.

Jan

21

2014

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Indian American Student Found Dead in Philadelphia

An Indian American student, who found his parents shot to death in their family home in Syosset, a hamlet in New York's Nassau County seven years ago has been found dead in Philadelphia.

Jan

20

2014

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Indian-origin Man Shakes Up US TV Industry

When the case of American Broadcasting Cos. v. Aereo comes before the Supreme Court in April, it will feature two American archetypes in a battle that could upend the television industry.

Jan

13

2014

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Indian-Origin Girl Takes On UK Varsity Gender Segregation

Bhatt, a 19-year-old first-year history student, believes that the UUK guidance is a threat to women of all backgrounds.

Jan

12

2014

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NRIs Cannot Vote From Outside India

Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) can vote in Indian elections only if they are present in their constituencies

Jan

08

2014

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Diplomat Berates Bharara for Going Public on Plea Discussions

Senior Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade has berated US Attorney Preet Bharara for publicly disclosing plea discussions underway to resolve the visa fraud case against her

Jan

08

2014

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Manmohan to Diaspora: No Reason to Worry About Future

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sought to dispel apprehensions of the Indian diaspora on the state of the economy

Jan

07

2014

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Indian Tailor Wins Luxury Cars, 100,000 Dirhams in Dubai

Mr Kuttipalakkal had been trying his luck at the raffle for the past 10 years without success.

Jan

07

2014

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BJP Push for Postal Ballots for NRIs

BJP on Monday said it would move the Election Commission within the next three days to allow eligible NRIs to vote through postal ballots in the 2014 elections.

Jan

06

2014

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Asylum in USA for Indian Gay Couple

On December 20th, just days after the Indian Supreme Court reinstated the ban on “sex against the order of nature” in the Indian Penal Code, the duo received political asylum in the United States

Jan

06

2014

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Indian-Americans To Garner Support for BJP

Taking cue from Barack Obama's successful campaigning strategy, the overseas friends of BJP has decided to create an army of Indian-American volunteers to call their friends and relatives back home seeking their support for Narendra Modi in the next Lok Sabha polls.

Jan

05

2014

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Pravasi Bharatiya Divas 2014: Reviving the French Connection

Nearly 20 percent of all delegates participating in the event hail from the Francophone world - the French-speaking nations around the world which number over 55.

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