Sacked for Supporting Trump, Nurse Claims in Lawsuit
An Indian American nurse has sued the Denver Health Medical Center claiming that she was fired for supporting Donald Trump in the presidential election.
To Rid the Taj Mahal of Its Grime, India Prescribes a Mud Bath
To remove discoloration, workers suspended on scaffolding are caking Fuller’s earth on the entire monument. The mud is then washed off, leaving a pristine surface.
Research Council to Study Concerns of NRI Wives in India
The Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) is planning to undertake research project to evaluate problems faced by women married to NRI men.
Sugar, Spice and Nostalgia: Making of Malai Ice Cream in U.S.
Pooja Bavishi's entrepreneurial endeavor called Malai offers Manhattan residents unusual ice creams with spicy Indian flavors.
India Among Countries With Lowest Salary Expectations in Business, STEM Fields
India ranks number nine in list of countries with lowest salary expectations of new business or STEM graduates.
NRI Voice: Colors of the World
Germany-based contemporary Indian artist John Tun Sein has made a name for himself on the global stage, holding exhibitions across the world, from Mumbai to Munich.
Richest 1% People Own 73% Wealth in India: Oxfam
Globally, the richest 1 per cent of the world's population generated 82 per cent of the wealth in 2017, according to the Oxfam report.
Canadian Organization Apologizes After Sikh Man is Asked to Remove Turban
The incident occurred at a center of the Royal Canadian Legion, a non-profit organization for veterans.
Number of Indian-Origin Academics Rises in UK
There are more than 5,000 academics of Indian origin in the United Kingdom now, according to a recent report.
Indian-Origin Woman in ‘Divorce’ Battle with Girlfriend Wants Half of Former UK Home
The Indian-origin woman claimed that she should receive half of the home for playing the "housewife" in the relationship.