India’s lunar lander Vikram now sits near the Moon’s beguiling and splendorous South Pole Elon Musk roots for Indian American candidate Vivek Ramaswamy again, calls him “increasingly compelling” Republican debate: Indian American Nikki Haley calls for respectful approach to abortion A standoff between a brash Vivek Ramaswamy and a circumspect Nikki Haley in first Republican […]
Sikh Coalition files suit against Global Medical Response for wrongful termination of paramedic Tech entrepreneur Nitin Seth: Prime Minister Modi understands tech really well India-born college student first Republican to enter US Senate race in Wisconsin No charges against Sikh store employee who thrashed shoplifter in US Imran Khan’s political future in jeopardy after conviction […]
“It was just shocking,” Dr T.V. Nagendra Prasad, consul general of India, San Francisco told indica about an attack at the consulate general office at 1:30 am on July 2. Condemning the attack Consul General Prasad said there was no major damage, but pro-Khalistani group managed to set fire to the doormat.
On April 25, the California Senate Judicial Committee is scheduled to hear ‘Bill SB 403, Discrimination on the Basis of Caste’, an event that has gained global media attention as well as concern among the Hindu American community, with some civil rights groups claiming that the passing of the bill will target certain people and that it is not uniform.
Four Indian Americans feature in the latest annual Forbes 400 Richest Americans list, the ranking of the wealthiest people in America. The four are Jay Chaudhry (ranked 79, $8.3 billion); Vinod Khosla (ranked 181, $5.4 billion); Romesh Wadhwani (ranked 196, $5.1 billion); and Rakesh Gangwal (ranked 261, $4.1 billion).
Bano is a rape survivor from Godhra in Gujarat. She was brutally assaulted and raped by 11 Hindu men during the 2002 communal riots that engulfed the state in which an estimated 2000 people were killed in a period of three days. Hundreds of women, most of them Muslim, were gangraped by rampaging mobs wielding swords and petrol bombs between February 28 and March 2, 2002.
California now has a law to strengthen California’s commitment to advancing gender equity and protecting the rights of women. The law came into force after Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 1162 by Senator Monique Limόn (D-Santa Barbara), which requires employers to make salary ranges for positions available to applicants and employees and expands pay data reporting requirements to better identify gender and race-based pay disparities.
Mayank Chhaya- If the tone of Pakistan’s 34-year-old Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari during an interaction at the Wilson Center in Washington DC on September 27th is any indication Islamabad may not be particularly eager to revive any semblance of normalcy with India just yet. Bhutto Zardari went out of his way to highlight the 2002 […]
Suji Iyer, Ram Nagappan and Prakash Narayan- American Tamil Entrepreneurs Association (ATEA) recently conducted their National conference in Holmdel, New Jersey. There was an abundant overflow of energy on Saturday, September 17th at one the most historical venues, Bell Labs, which throughout the twentieth century has influenced thousands of researchers and engineers to innovate on […]