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  • Indian Health Portal is 'Match Maker' for Doctors Abroad

    Indian Health Portal is 'Match Maker' for Doctors Abroad

    A newly launched Indian health portal www.swaasthindia.gov.in serves as a "match maker" between public and private medical institutions in India and from around the globe.

  • Generic Opportunities to Drive Indian Pharma Sector Growth: Icra

    Generic Opportunities to Drive Indian Pharma Sector Growth: Icra

    With many drugs going off patent in the US, Indian pharma companies would continue to experience strong growth in American market, credit rating agency Icra has said.

  • Indian Institute Among Top 500 in Chinese World Ranking

    Indian Institute Among Top 500 in Chinese World Ranking

    Indian Institute of Science (IISc) is the lone Indian institution to bag a spot in the top 500 in an annual ranking of global educational institutions dominated by American universities, according to a list released by a Chinese organisation yesterda...

  • 'US Immigration Bill can lead to $30 Billion/Year Loss to India'

    'US Immigration Bill can lead to $30 Billion/Year Loss to India'

    The IAAC, which advises US House of Representatives on India related issues, stated the 'US Immigration Bill S744' calls for significantly cutting down on outsourcing of work for certain visa holders that is mostly used by Indian firms and profession...

  • Over 300 Indo-US Organisations Join Hands to Welcome PM Modi

    Over 300 Indo-US Organisations Join Hands to Welcome PM Modi

    More than 300 Indo-American organisations from across the US have come together to give Narendra Modi a "historic public reception", when he comes to Washington on his maiden visits as India's Prime Minister in September.

  • Donald Trump Launches Trump Tower in Mumbai

    Donald Trump Launches Trump Tower in Mumbai

    American real estate mogul Donald Trump is planning "substantial investments" in the Indian property and hotel sectors, betting on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to revive the economic growth and boost infrastructure.

  • Ali Fazal "Happy" About Nimrat Kaur's Role in Homeland

    Ali Fazal 'Happy' About Nimrat Kaur's Role in Homeland

    Bobby Jasoos actor Ali Fazal could've been the Indian face in American TV series Homeland, but Bollywood projects took away the chance.

  • Indian-American Student to Sue New York City

    Indian-American Student to Sue New York City

    A 19-year-old Indian American student is set to sue the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and New York City for the physical injuries and trauma she suffered while riding a subway train which jumped tracks.

  • Indian Man Found Dead in Car in Bahrain

    Indian Man Found Dead in Car in Bahrain

    A 59-year-old Indian in Bahrain has been found dead in a parked car after partying all night with his friends.

  • US Lawmaker Asks Indian-Origin Officials about 'Your Country'

    US Lawmaker Asks Indian-Origin Officials about 'Your Country'

    A freshman US lawmaker committed an embarrassing faux pas when during a Congressional hearing he mistook two top Indian-origin American officials as representing the Indian government, quizzing them about "your country" and "your government".

  • Art Matters: Dance of the Weave

    Art Matters: Dance of the Weave

    Celebrated American born Indian Bharatnatyam dancer, Justin McCarthy explores the intrinsic connection between a dancer and the cloth. Beguiled by the beauty of the way a sari is draped around the waist, he believes the cloth reflects the way a dance...

  • US Hopeful of Addressing Nuclear Liability Issues With India

    US Hopeful of Addressing Nuclear Liability Issues With India

    The US is hopeful that there may be an opening to address its frustration over the contentious nuclear liability issues with the new Indian government, a top American official has said.

  • Indian-American Doctors Seek Younger Generation's Involvement

    Indian-American Doctors Seek Younger Generation's Involvement

    One of the largest ethnic professional organisations representing some 100,000 Indian American physicians is trying to involve the younger generation even as it looks at new ways of giving back to the motherland.

  • Indian-American Doctors to Help Young Physicians From India

    Indian-American Doctors to Help Young Physicians From India

    One of the largest ethnic professional organisations representing some 100,000 Indian American physicians settled in the US is focused on becoming an all-inclusive organisation that would also help young physicians coming from India.

  • Indian-American Nagi Naganathan is Interim President of US Varsity

    Indian-American Nagi Naganathan is Interim President of US Varsity

    Nagi Naganathan, an alumnus of the National Institute of Technology at Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nadu, has been appointed interim president of the University of Toledo, a public research university in Ohio.

  • Celebration of Telugu Culture in US is a Big Draw

    Celebration of Telugu Culture in US is a Big Draw

    Over 8,000 Telugus and other Indian-Americans attended a celebration of Telugu language, culture and cuisine at a just concluded biennial event hosted by the American Telugu Association (ATA) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  • Indian-American Doctors Organise Free Medical Check-Up

    Indian-American Doctors Organise Free Medical Check-Up

    The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI, one of the largest ethnic organisations in the US representing some 100,000 Indian-American doctors, organized its annual community health fair in San Antonio, Texas, at the conclusion of...

  • China President Xi Jinping Heading to South America For BRICS Summit

    China President Xi Jinping Heading to South America For BRICS Summit

    China's President Xi Jinping will visit South American nations including Brazil next week, where he will meet India's new prime minister for the first time before heading to Communist ally Cuba.

  • Must We Become 'The Ugly Indian,' by Harish Khare

    Must We Become 'The Ugly Indian,' by Harish Khare

    Harish Khare on the trolling of Maria Sharapova by Sachin fans.

  • Indian Americans Celebrate Their Culture, Language and Cuisine

    Indian Americans Celebrate Their Culture, Language and Cuisine

    Several Indian diaspora organisations representing people from four corners of India are marking the July 4 American independence day with a celebration of their own culture, language and cuisine across the US.

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