Moscow based Indians today came out strongly in support of social activist Anna Hazare's stir for the adoption of the Jan Lokpal bill and handed over a petition to the Indian Mission demanding an effective and transparent system to check corruption in India.
A 39 year old German man, working as an escort, has said he had kinky sex with Indian origin Briton Shrien Dewani, accused of murdering his newly married wife in a carjacking incident in Cape Town.
The White House began an Afghan strategy review with Frank Ruggiero as the new acting head of the Af-Pak envoy's office following the death of diplomat Richard Holbrooke on Monday.
Mohammed Rafi, the legendary playback singer who gave Hindi cinema some unforgettable moments, was remembered on his 30th death anniversary by the Indo-Canadian community in Toronto.
An Indian-origin chef-cum-restaurateur has joined hands with other Aussie chefs for the Feed Sydney restaurant night, where diners can add a little extra to their bill to help provide 250,000 meals for disadvantaged people.
Nadeem Ahmed, a UK-based NRI, talks to Mehboob Khan of BBC Hindi about his £ 1-billion tea company.
A 12th grade Indian student in Nigeria, whose poems have been published in newspapers in Abuja, will soon have her works compiled as a book.
The four-year old Bay Area Chapter of community based grass root organization- Pratham held a glamorous gala at the Silicon Valley Marriott in Fremont, reports Shalini Kathuria Narang.
At the recently concluded meet, business gurus encourage the entrepreneurs to do their due diligently on their investors and stress on sharing a compatible chemistry with clients, reports Shalini Kathuria Narang.
The Indian budget was a page 16 clip, but the few Hong Kong’s financial analysts who did take a look gave it a thumbs down, writes Pramit Pal Chaudhuri.
Knowing diaspora audiences can be tougher-than-thou over rivalries inherited from the homeland, I had braced for worse. But it was clear India wasn’t on the Pakistani radar. Pramit Pal Chaudhuri examines...
Eight Indian American students have been named for the Intel Science Talent Search 2008 contest, reports Shalini K Narang
Programmes that bring forth diverse tales and traditions of the world are a great learning and entertainment medium, writes Shalini Kathuria Narang.
The foundation grants $1.22 mn to the J-PAL South Asia for its efforts in evaluating the effectiveness of a large-scale reading programme in some districts of Bihar and Maharashtra, reports Shalini Kathuria Narang.
16 students of IIM- Bangalore visited Stanford Graduate School of Management last week on a seven-day trip, writes Shalini Kathuria Narang.