Racist Fliers Target Sikh Mayor Candidate In New Jersey
Slanderous fliers, calling Democrat Sikh candidate Ravinder Bhalla a “terrorist”, surfaced ahead of the mayoral election in Hoboken, New Jersey.
British Court Rejects Extradition of Indians in 2 Cases
Alleged bookie Sanjeev Kumar Chawla and a British Indian couple’s extradition to India was rejected due to severe conditions in Tihar Jail and passage of time.
EPFO to Provide Coverage For Indians Working Abroad
The retirement fund body has entered into an agreement with 18 countries.
Indian-origin Kenyan Killed By Police In Case of Mistaken Identity: Sushma Swaraj
Bunty Shah was shot dead when Kenyan security forces were conducting anti-terror operations near his house.
Jinnah’s Daughter Dina Wadia Dies at 98
Dina Wadia was the only child of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Pakistan’s founding father, and mother of Indian businessman Nusli Wadia.
Indian Muslim Worker in U.S. Sues Accenture For Bias
Mohammed Ali filed the suit against Accenture, saying he was discriminated against because of his race and religion.
U.S. Politicians Stress Upon Need For Strong Relations With India
The Legislative Conference of Indian American Friendship Council was attended by Chuck Schumer, Tulsi Gabbard and Nikki Haley, among others.
If You Missed Diwali in India, Try Dallas
Bollywood singers are flown in from India, a cast of 150 volunteers stages a production of the “Ramlila” and three giant burning effigies of the 10-headed Hindu villain Ravana and his family crackle into the night.
Creativity Crosses Physical Boundaries, Says Crime Fiction Writer Vish Dhamija
UK-based writer Vish Dhamija is going strong in the crime fiction genre, with six books to his name, and seventh on the way.
Bank Manager Jailed Over Pedophilia Charges in UK
Balachandra Kavungalparambath was caught by pedophile hunting group Internet Interceptors when he came to meet a 14-year-old girl at a hotel.