South Asians Emerge as Force in New Jersey
A new generation of South Asians is flexing its political muscle across New Jersey — working on campaigns, developing political strategies behind the scenes and being elected to office.
One in Five People in Canada Is An Immigrant, Show Census Figures
The largest percentage of new immigrants to Canada came from the Philippines, followed by India.
U.S. Tightens H-1B Visa Renewal Process
The new directive falls in line with Trump administration’s “Buy American, Hire American” strategy.
Anthem Acquires Kiran Patel’s $1.4 Billion America’s 1st Choice HMO
America’s 1st Choice, one of the largest privately held managed U.S. Medicare healthcare company servicing 130,000 seniors, had revenues of $1.4 billion in 2016.
How the Lohias Built a Polyester Empire in Indonesia
Sri Prakash Lohia, the fourth richest Indonesian person, and his son Amit own one of the largest polyester businesses in the world, besides petrochemical plants in Africa.
Sherin Mathews Case: Body Found in Texas Identified; Father Changes Story
Wesley Mathews, who was arrested on Oct. 23, now says the 3-year-old girl choked on milk.
2 Indian Americans Among Businessmen Felicitated by Trump
Sharad Thakkar of Polymer Technologies and Karan Arora of Natural Vitamin Labs commended Trump for simplification of tax code.
Basketball Players Gokul Natesan, Amjyot Singh Enter 2017 NBA G League Draft
Gokul Natesan hails from California while Amjyot Singh comes from Chandigarh.
Power, Corruption and Murder Roil Guyanese Indians
The death of a man in Guyana has bitterly divided diaspora leaders in Richmond Hill, New York, pitting Hindu priests, civic associations and relatives against one another.
NRI Booked in Hyderabad For Divorcing Wife Through Newspaper Ad
Police have registered a case against London-based Mohammed Manaziruddin.