Gov. Nikki Haley's "White" Lie
Democrats are seizing on a 10-year-old voter registration document in which Gov. Nikki Haley, who is of Indian heritage, identified herself as White.
Honeymoon Accused NRI to be Extradited
Businessman Shrien Dewani accused of murdering his new wife on their honeymoon can be extradited to South Africa to stand trial, a British judge has ruled.
Gulf NRIs to Build India's Biggest Mosque in Kozhikode
Dubai: India's biggest mosque, surpassing the capital's Jama Masjid is to come up in Kerala with expatriates in the UAE and Middle Eastern countries contributing generously for the project. Estimated to cost Rs 12 billion (Dh 1 billion), th
Strategies for NRI Dollar Repatriation to India
The rupee touched a high of Rs 43.95 against the dollar recently. While the dollar was prompt to catch up, economists do not see a stronger dollar as a continuous trend.
Young Artist on Display at Massachusetts State House
Nine-year-old Sana Nadkarni has already had some good exposure as an artist and last month her paintings were featured as a solo exhibit at the Massachusetts state house in Boston.
Initiatives for Overseas Indians
The Overseas Indian Citizenship (OCI Scheme was formerly launched in January, 2006 by amending the Citizenship Act, 1955 to facilitate life long visa free travel to India and certain economic education educational and cultural benefits to Persons of
Indian Executive Behind S&P's Downgrade
India-born Deven Sharma heads the credit-rating firm Standard & Poor's, which stripped the U.S. of its triple-A rating.
Using Comics to Convey Weighty Issues
Chitra Ganesh has created numerous works based on images she found in the "Amar Chitra Kathas" comics.
Sensex hits 14-month low, ends below 17000
A downgrade of US credit ratings by ratings agency Standard and Poor's triggered another sell-off on the Dalal Street. The markets sold off for a second consecutive day on Monday, as panic investors dumped equities in favour of safer assets.
19 Indians Indicted in Health Care Fraud in US
federal grand jury in the US has indicted 26 people, including 19 Indians, for their participation in a multi-million dollar health care fraud and drug distribution scheme to facilitate the submission of false claims to Medicaid and private insurers