Delhi to Turn Into a Fortress for Obama's Visit
Jan 19, 2015
Obama's Security Team Arrives in Delhi
Jan 15, 2015
Art Matters: Jazz Indian Style
Dec 27, 2014
Wednesday January 28, 2015
"The conclave of Indian and American CEOs exhibited a strong confidence about India. The desire of American businesses to invest in India was great. Their queries related essentially to the ease of doing business in India," he said in his Facebook po...
India News | Peter Baker and Ellen Barry, The New York Times | Monday January 26, 2015
President Barack Obama and his Indian counterpart broke through a five-year impasse on Sunday to pave the way for American companies to build nuclear power plants here as the two countries sought to transform a fraught geopolitical relationship into ...
India News | Press Trust of India | Sunday January 25, 2015
Barack Obama may be the first US President to attend the Republic Day parade but he is not the first American leader to be invited for this event, according to a former Indian diplomat.
Diaspora | Press Trust of India | Saturday January 24, 2015
Lashing out at Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal for recently stating that he is American and not 'Indian American', an influential US lawmaker, who is highly regarded among Indian Americans, has said that Mr Jindal has an "identity crisis".
Diaspora | Press Trust of India | Saturday January 24, 2015
Excited by the prospect of travelling with the US President on Air Force One, Indian American Congressman Ami Bera feels honoured to have been invited by Barack Obama to join him on his historic trip to India.
Agra News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday January 21, 2015
About 100 American security personnel along with their 4000 Indian counterparts will ensure a protective cover to President Barack Obama and his family when they visit the world famous Taj Mahal in Agra on January 27.
Diaspora | Press Trust of India | Tuesday January 20, 2015
An India-born novelist has been named among the finalists for one of the most prestigious American literary awards for his work about the culture of computer programming and classical Indian aesthetics.
Cheat Sheet | NDTV.com | Monday January 19, 2015
US President Barack Obama's visit to India for Republic Day celebrations has set in motion unprecedented security preparations being discussed and planned in detail by Indian and American officials.
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday January 18, 2015
A three-year-old Indian-American boy can identify all 196 countries, plus some dependencies and territories, on the world map in a mere four minutes and 42 seconds, a media report said.
Saturday January 17, 2015
The government will use an upcoming visit by US President Barack Obama to press the United States to remove Indian oil companies from a list naming firms doing business in Iran, and to seek priority access to American LNG exports, sources in the Oil ...
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Monday January 5, 2015
A 42-year-old Indian American, hailing from Andhra Pradesh, was shot dead by unidentified robbers in South Carolina, his family members said on Saturday.
World News | Associated Press | Saturday January 3, 2015
Searchers on Friday found the body of an American man who had been missing in the rugged mountains in central Mexico since going on a hike four days ago.
Tuesday December 30, 2014
All Indian financial institutions with exposure to the US will have to register by Wednesday with the American tax authorities to avoid a hefty penalty tax of up to 30 per cent under the new Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday December 25, 2014
An Indian American has been charged with causing brain damage and other life-threatening injuries to his four-month-old son, leaving him struggling for life in hospital.
World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday December 17, 2014
Indian-American Amit Priyavadan Mehta has been confirmed by the US Senate as a federal judge in the District of Columbia, becoming the first Asian Pacific American to occupy this important position.
World News | Sabrina Tavernise, The New York Times | Wednesday December 17, 2014
At 37, he is youngest to hold this office since 1891.
Tuesday December 16, 2014
The American aviation regulator, which conducted a fresh safety audit of DGCA from December eight, is likely to determine India's safety rating in March 2015, almost a year after downgrading it from the top Category-I to Category-II.
India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday December 4, 2014
Indian-origin American surgeon and author, Atul Gawande as well as historian Ramachandra Guha are among five authors with an Indian connection who figure in the New York Times Book Review's list of 100 Notable Books of 2014.
World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday December 3, 2014
Top US Senators, cutting across party lines, have supported the nomination of Richard Rahul Verma, stating that the Indian-American is uniquely suited to be the next Ambassador to India.
Wednesday December 3, 2014
India's two-wheeler giant, the Hero Group, has signed American golf legend Tiger Woods as its brand ambassador in a four-year deal that targets capturing new markets in North America and Europe. The deal, for an undisclosed amount, can be termed as t...
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday November 25, 2014
Indian American scientist Rajesh Menon leads team at University of Utah that has developed polariser that could lead to LCD displays that are brighter and more energy efficient.
Press Trust of India | Tuesday October 28, 2014
While the field of the Indian players looks strong, Niall Turner of Ireland and American Brett Munson, placed 3rd and 4th on the current Order of Merit of Asian Development Tour, will try their best to put up a great show at the USD 70,000 event, whi...
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday October 28, 2014
The Indian community in Washington celebrated Diwali with the Indian ambassador S. Jaishankar noting how the festival has become part of Indian American community's presence and profile in the US.
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday October 26, 2014
A novella that deals with the complex issue of celibacy and teenaged monks among certain sections of the Indian American community has just been released for the global market on Amazon's Kindle.