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Hillary sounds Pak on new Silk Road to India

The United States is backing a “New Silk Road” through Central Asia to boost economic connectivity across India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, with secretary of state Hillary Clinton envisaging a trade network where a “Pakistani businessman can set up shop in Bangalore”.

19 US Indians indicted in health fraud

A federal grand jury in the US has indicted 26 people, including 19 Indians, for their participation in a multi-million dollar healthcare fraud and drug distribution scheme to facilitate the submission of false claims to private insurers. The indictment returned by a federal grand jury in Detroit charged 26 individuals, United States

Hollywood studios sue US-Indian CEO’s firm

Six major Hollywood studios, including Warner Brothers and Sony Pictures, have sued Internet movie company Zediva and its Indian-American CEO Venkatesh Srinivasan for streaming movies online for as li

Warner Bros to offer movies on Facebook

Film studio Warner Brothers on Wednesday said it will begin offering movies for rental or purchase on the social networking site Facebook.

Muslim boy on wheelchair new comic book superhero


For all the comic book aficionados, there is a new superhero on the block — a Muslim boy on a wheelchair who has the power to control metal with his mind.

Cricket still religion among some Indian immigrants in US

You can take an Indian out of India but you cannot take the love of cricket out of an Indian. This could not be more true than it is in the case of Indian immigrants in the US.

Nohria Harvard biz school dean

IIT Powai alumnus Nitin Nohria is all set to assume his role as dean of the prestigious Harvard Business School here starting Thursday.

Oprah, Rowling among richest self-made women

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey and Harry Potter author J.K.

‘Process to grant access to Headley on tracks’

The lawyer of David Headley has said the process of granting access to Indian authorities to the Pakistani-American is “moving forward” and there is no change in the intention to cooperate with them.

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