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  • US President Joe Biden names 2 Indian-Americans to key jobs

    US President Joe Biden names 2 Indian-Americans to key jobs

    According to a White House announcement on Wednesday, Fox would become Assistant Administrator for Water, Environmental Protection Agency, while Joshi is being named as Administrator, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Department of Transportation, reports The American Bazaar media outlet.

    April 16, 2021
  • ‘President Trump understands your power’: Campaign official to Indian Americans

    ‘President Trump understands your power’: Campaign official to Indian Americans

    Indian Americans, particularly in the battleground states, can play an important role in getting Trump re-elected, he said.

    October 25, 2020
  • Indian-Americans protest against CAA, NRC in front of Mahatma Gandhi statue in Washington

    Indian-Americans protest against CAA, NRC in front of Mahatma Gandhi statue in Washington

    The protesters also passed a resolution requesting the Indian government to withdraw both the CAA and the NRC.

    December 23, 2019
  • Indian Americans raise funds for Democratic presidential aspirant Joe Biden in Los Angeles

    Indian Americans raise funds for Democratic presidential aspirant Joe Biden in Los Angeles

    Indian Americans have traditionally voted for the Democratic party candidates. Trump, by attending the Houston rally, tried to attract Indian Americans to the Republican fold.

    September 26, 2019
  • Indian Americans plead guilty in commodities fraud, spoofing conspiracy

    Indian Americans plead guilty in commodities fraud, spoofing conspiracy

    Krishna Mohan, 33, of New York, pleaded guilty today to one count while Kamaldeep Gandhi, 36, of Chicago, to two counts of conspiracy to engage in wire fraud, commodities fraud and spoofing, they said.

    November 7, 2018
  • Multicultural diaspora

    Multicultural diaspora

    The Indian Americans of Lexington settled in Massachusetts showcase an eclectic mix reflecting the adaptation of western life with their own traditions.

    April 14, 2018
  • Writers and their rituals

    Writers and their rituals

    The more predictability that can be built into the circumstances surrounding the writing act, the more one is going to surprise himself with the quality of writing.

    April 1, 2018
  • Indian-Americans in Texas help flood-hit with food, medical aid

    Indian-Americans in Texas help flood-hit with food, medical aid

    Indian-Americans in Texas, especially the youth, are helping hundreds of people affected by catastrophic floods caused due to Hurricane Harvey by giving food, shelter and medical assistance. Though they themselves are affected, the Indian-Americans have formed numerous volunteer groups by using Facebook and Whatsapp to communicate details about the families affected in each locality. Temples,...

    September 1, 2017
  • Indian Americans protest mob lynchings in India

    Indian Americans protest mob lynchings in India

    Indian Americans, spanning various communities, held protests in three US cities, to express their outrage over lynching of minorities by mobs in India and the Narendra Modi government's policies which are "emboldening such forces". The protests here as well as San Diego and San Jose on Sunday were organised by The Alliance for Justice and...

    July 17, 2017
  • Jews, Muslims, Indian Americans join hands against hate crimes

    Jews, Muslims, Indian Americans join hands against hate crimes

    People from the Jewish, Muslim, and Indian American communities gathered on the steps of Tifereth Israel Synagogue in northwest Washington and stood in solidarity against rising hate crimes in the US. "This is about having peace throughout all communities and religions and races," said Rochelle Berman, who was present at the event on Friday night....

    March 25, 2017
  • Jews, Muslims, Indian Americans join hands against hate crimes

    Jews, Muslims, Indian Americans join hands against hate crimes

    People from the Jewish, Muslim, and Indian American communities gathered on the steps of Tifereth Israel Synagogue in northwest Washington and stood in solidarity against rising hate crimes in the US. "This is about having peace throughout all communities and religions and races," said Rochelle Berman, who was present at the event on Friday night....

    March 25, 2017
  • US elections: Indian Americans make big push into Congress

    US elections: Indian Americans make big push into Congress

    Tulsi Gabbard, who is a Hindu although not of Indian descent, was re-elected to the House from Hawaii.

    November 9, 2016