Meera Subramanian Selected in Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT

CAMBRIDGE, MA--Meera Subramanian, a freelance journalist and author based in Cape Cod, MA, has been selected in Knight Science Journalism Program at Massachusetts Institute...

Some 90 Toronto Punjabis head to India to campaign for AAP

Toronto-- Some 90 Punjabis of Indian origin from Canada's Toronto area are flying to Punjab to campaign for the AAP in the February 4...

At 14, Indo-Canadian Tanmay Bakshi is the World’s Youngest IBM Watson Programmer

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Over 30,000 cases of wives abandoned by NRIs pending in Punjab

Chandigarh--The Punjab State Women's Commission on Friday said over 30,000 legal cases pertaining to Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) from the state abandoning their wives are...

British speaker honors Indian icons in London

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Punbjab Chief Minister wants Canada to rein in radical Sikh elements

New Delhi--Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday stressed the need for Canada to rein in the radical elements trying to use its soil...

Indian-American teacher hailed for saving students during Florida shooting

New York-- A quick-acting Indian-American maths teacher is being hailed for saving the lives of her students during the shooting rampage at a Florida...

Indian-American researcher awarded $6.5 Million to identify cancer biomarkers

Washington-- The US National Cancer Institute has give the "Outstanding Investigator Award" to Professor Arul Chinnaiyan, from the University of Michigan, and $6.5 million in...

India in touch with US over deaths of mother, son in NJ

New Delhi-- After an Indian woman and her seven-year-old son were found dead in their home in New Jersey, a senior official here said...

Sushma’s intervention ends ‘status quo’ for aggrieved woman in Canada

New Delhi-- The intervention of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday led to police clearance certificate (PCC) being issued to an Indian mother...

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