Devbir Kalsi allegedly teamed up with parents to beat his "disobedient" wife.
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When he left, he had four little daughters. Now he has grandchildren.
In fact, all three finalists were Indian-Americans.
Firoz Merchant has promised USD 130,790 a year for this.
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"All is well! Repeat after me!" "This is your own country! Give it some time." This was the nature of the conversations I had with myself one week into my move back to India. Five months ago, I made...
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The crackdown will affect students from India planning to study in the UK.
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"Am I a pureblood, Mama?" My Harry Potter-inspired preteen asked me recently. My daughter, growing up in China, has asked me versions of this question since she was six years old. "What am I, Mama? Am I a Hindu? Am I Chinese? Am I an Indian? Why do I write Baba's surname and not yours?" I grew up in India and the term "pureblood" has layers of implications attached.
Indians can be found anywhere in the world. Regardless of which part of the world you are in, if you call out these names in public- 'Jignesh', 'Hardik' or 'Sukhpreet', you will definitely get a respo...
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HUNTSVILLE -- A federal judge on Wednesday threw out a civil rights case against an Alabama police officer accused of using excessive force on an Indian man. U.S. District Judge Madeline Haikala grant...
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WASHINGTON -- An Indian-origin convenience store owner in the US has become a celebrity overnight and received a windfall of USD 1 million after he sold one of the three Powerball winning lotteries wi...
WASHINGTON -- India sends the largest number of engineers and scientists to the US with about 9,50,000 immigrant scientists and engineers coming from the country, according to a report. The report pre...
DUBAI -- An Indian-origin businessman has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange in the UAE. Gaurang Desai, one of the founding members of the tea...
The most difficult enigma of Gulf Malayali life remains this: how does this over-politicised community, used to incessant cycles of protest marches, labour strikes and sit-ins, meekly submit itself to the tyrannical discipline of work life in the Gulf? How could they unlearn their deeply entrenched Stalinist version of communism and make themselves amenable to the avaricious designs of predatory capitalism? Did they actually suppress their genetically inherited irreverence and cynicism or just compartmentalise their life so neatly and adopt a schizophrenic existence?