New York resident Geeta Gandbhir receives the Emmy for Outstanding Picture Editing in Non-fiction Programming.
The list includes acoustics pioneer Amar Bose, Google founder director Kavitark Shriram, venture capitalist Vinod Khosla and Syntel CEO Bharat Desai.
EyeBLINK began its 'pizza party', an innovative drive to donate pizzas to several homeless shelters across New York every day for five days.
He fired the first salvo after the Clinton campaign released her financial data showing financial gains from their relationship with the Indian community.
An advocacy group, US-India Political Action Committee, said it would push for a fairer law that would let the brightest to stay permanently.
Exit polls of four Senate elections last November show that at an average 87 per cent of South Asians vote for the Democratic Party, reports Pramit Pal Chaudhuri.
Psychiatrist Anuradha Sood will review the tragic killings at Virginia Tech.
Former principal Lina Sinha has been accused of having sex with students.
Mahesh Nihalani has been honoured with prestigious Citizen of the Year award.
Usha Lee McFarling is part of the award-winning LA Times team, reports Pramit Pal Chaudhuri.
The group, Indian American for Hillary, will hold a major fund raiser on June 24.
Nikhil Dhar is accused of slashing his Clinical Lab Sciences Assistant's neck in 2005.
Sanat Sethi won the second place in the 2007 International Brain Bee competition.
Speaking to HT, ECG Sudarshan breaks his silence over the Nobel controversy.
Joginder Singh will receive Maryland Library Association's Volunteer of the Year Award.