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Demonetisation will help eliminate corruption, fight terror: Indian-Americans

Demonetisation will help eliminate corruption, fight terror: Indian-Americans

Commending the demonetisation move by the NDA government, a group of Indian-Americans have said that this would not only help eliminate corruption and fight terrorism, but also fast track digitization of economy.

Indian-Americans celebrate their impressive victory

Indian-Americans celebrate their impressive victory

That number is expected to increase to five if Democratic Congressman Ami Bera is declared elected for a third consecutive term after a recounting of votes. 

Indian-Americans elated over Donald Trump's victory

Indian-Americans elated over Donald Trump's victory

Trump was today elected as the 45th president of the United States.  

Over 600 Indian-Americans celebrate Chhath Puja in US

Over 600 Indian-Americans celebrate Chhath Puja in US

Over 600 Indian-Americans gathered on the banks of the historic Potomac River in the suburbs here to celebrate the festival of Chhath, making it the largest gathering in the last nine years.

'Indian-American votes can turn the tide in Florida, Ohio'

'Indian-American votes can turn the tide in Florida, Ohio'

Indian-American voters can turn the tide in key battleground states like Florida, Ohio and Colorado, and decide the fate of White House aspirants Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump who are in a dead-heat in major polls just days ahead of the election, community leaders say.

Barack Obama celebrates Diwali, lights first-ever diya in Oval Office

Barack Obama celebrates Diwali, lights first-ever diya in Oval Office

US President Barack Obama has celebrated Diwali by lighting the first-ever diya in the Oval Office of the White House and hoped that his successors would continue the tradition.

US can't afford Hillary Clinton's bad judgements more: Indian-Americans

Supporting Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's vision on immigration and terrorism, prominent Indian-Americans have said the mood in the US is "anti-establishment" and the country cannot afford any more of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's "bad judgements".

Majority of Indian-Americans prefer Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, reveals survey

Majority of Indian-Americans prefer Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, reveals survey

Majority of Indian-Americans prefer Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump as their choice for the next US President when it comes to issues of immigration, religious freedom and outsourcing, a Silicon Valley-based think tank has said.

India, US would be "best friends" if elected as prez: Trump

Terming India as a "key strategic ally", Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has promised that if voted to power India and the US would become "best friends" and have a "phenomenal future" together.

Indian-Americans in Trump's AAPI advisory committee

The committee consists of over 30 members including Indian-Americans -- Puneet Ahluwalia from Virginia, K V Kumar from California and Shalabh Kumar from Illinois, the Trump Campaign announced yesterday.

Four Indian-American entrepreneurs awarded in US

Four prominent Indian Americans and three Americans have been awarded by a Houston-based chamber of commerce for their outstanding work as entrepreneurs and "building bridges" between India and the US.

Four Indian-Americans to be honoured with Great Immigrants Award

Four Indian-Americans, including Google CEO Sunder Pichai, are among 42 US nationals to be honoured with this year's prestigious "Great Immigrants: The Pride of America" award for their inspiring professional accomplishments.

Ahead of NY primary, some Indian-Americans back Donald Trump

Ahead of the crucial primary here later this month, some Indian-Americans have backed Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump, saying they agree with his views on stopping illegal immigration and feel a Trump presidency could benefit India.

Congressman Ami Bera endorses 2 Indian-Americans for Nov elections

Congressman Ami Bera, the only Indian-American lawmaker in the current Congress, has endorsed two other fellow community members running for elected offices in the November general elections.

Black money can be brought back: Subramanian Swamy

Senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has expressed confidence that the Indian government would be able to bring back the black money, estimated to be around Rs 125 lakh crores, stashed abroad.

The importance of being true to your roots

An interview with Harvard Business School Dean Dr Nitin Nohria by Ishaan Bhojwani, co-president of the Indo American Youth Group.

Indian-Americans mourn death of former president APJ Abdul Kalam

Indian-Americans mourn death of former president APJ Abdul Kalam

Indian-American community in the US joined the people of India in mourning the death of former president APJ Abdul Kalam, and said it was his "simplicity and humility" that endeared him to all.

Indian-Americans call for zero tolerance to attacks on them

In the wake of incidents of attacks and thefts specifically targeting the Indian-Americans in New Jersey, the community has called for "zero tolerance" towards such crimes, even as local authorities assured of efforts to ensure safety to the residents in the state.

US authorities dismiss Asians' complaint against Harvard

The US Department of Education has dismissed a complaint filed against Harvard University earlier this year by 64 Asian-American groups, including four Indian-American organisations, that had accused the Ivy League institution of discriminating against Asian-origin applicants in its admissions process.

Indian-Americans raise USD 75,000 for eye hospital in Bihar

Indian-Americans have raised USD 75,000 at a recent fund raiser in California to build a state- of-the-art 200-bed super speciality eye-hospital in Bihar.