An Indian-American man has lost his US citizenship after being sentenced to over five years in prison for conspiring to illegally distribute male enhancement pills imported from China, Justice Department said on Friday.
A 56-year-old Indian man has been killed after getting caught in a crossfire outside a motel in the US state of Tennessee, becoming the fifth from the community to be killed in the country since February.
A 58-year-old Indian teacher in the US has been fined over USD 50,000 and ordered to serve three years of supervised release by a court for defrauding several Indians on the pretext of providing them H-1B visas and teaching jobs in America.
A 28-year-old Indian national in the US has pleaded guilty for his role in a multi-million dollar scam in which individuals from call centres located in India impersonated US tax and immigration officials to defraud victims across America.
An Indian-origin British soldier was today sentenced to a minimum of 22 years behind bars for killing his ex-girlfriend in north-east England last year. Lance Corporal Trimaan "Harry" Dhillon, 26, was accused of breaking into Alice Ruggles' flat and slitting her throat from ear to ear.
A grand jury in the US indicted an India-born doctor and his wife along with another Indian-origin woman doctor on Wednesday in a first-of-its kind federal prosecution involving female genital mutilation of two minor girls.
Indian-American Vishal J Amin's name has been sent by President Donald Trump to the Senate for confirmation as America's new 'IP czar' to coordinate the country's law-enforcement strategy around copyright, patents and trademarks.
It been over two months since Jaswinder Singh, a worker from Punjab, died in Saudi Arabia on February 21. Less than a month later, on March 11, his co-worker, Ponnam Satyanarayana too died. Both of them worked for a now-defunct construction company in Saudi Arabia for over two decades.
Chief Economic Adviser or CEA Arvind Subramanian has said that any "serious actions" taken by the Trump Administration on the H-1B visa programme will be a cause of "worry" as a majority of Indian exports in the services sector go to the United States. Mr Subramanian was speaking at the Peterson Institute, a top American economic think-tank in Washington, last week.