The death sentences of two Indian nationals on drug trafficking charges were set aside on Tuesday by a Malaysian appeals court, which said the lower court had not considered the complete evidence in the 2010 case.
A 24-year-old passenger who died in the crash of a double-decker megabus in Illinois was a native of India traveling to central Missouri.
A Fiji court has thrown out money laundering charges against former Indian-origin premier Mahendra Chaudhry, who was ousted in a 2000 military coup, but he will still face trial on allegations that he violated foreign exchange laws.
A 25-year-old Indian taxi driver, accused of raping a young female passenger and then fleeing the country, has been granted conditional bail by an Australian court in Melbourne.
A 26-year-old Indian woman has alleged that she was raped and abused by her Malaysian employer for more than a year.
NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul, who suffered the trauma of the death of his young daughter in 1968, says that former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi taught him not to lose courage in adversity.
A nine-year-old Indian boy drowned in a swimming pool here during his classmate's birthday party, leaving his friends and family in shock.
An Indian-American businessman, who was a former fund-raiser and key figure in the senate seat scandal of now jailed Chicago governor Rod Blagojevich, was arrested today on charges he paid bribes to physicians for patient referrals and filed false income tax returns.
Indian-Americans are richer and better educated than all other ethnic groups in the US but are least likely to marry out of the community, says a new study.
Mitra Dutta, a distinguished Indian-American engineer-physicist, who has studied at Guwahati and Delhi universities, has been named vice chancellor for research at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
From being born into a middle-class family in Kolkata to reaching the stellar heights of the highly competitive world of Corporate America, the story of Indian American Rajat Gupta is nothing short of legendary.
An ex-Indian army officer, who killed his wife, two children and himself in their home, was illegally staying in the US and a deportation procedure was ongoing against him, federal immigration officers said on Wednesday.
Ex-McKinsey head Rajat Gupta had told his "close friend" Ajit Jain, chief of Berkshire Hathaway's reinsurance business, that he had been "swindled and cheated" by hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam when he lost his US$ 10 million in an investment fund.
Indian student Dharun Ravi on Friday began his 30-day sentence in a New Jersey jail, as the parents of his deceased Rutgers roommate rejected his apology as a "public relations piece".
With eight officials of a New Jersey based educational institution arrested on charges of foreign student visa fraud, federal authorities have given the students, mostly from India, multiple options to continue their studies or return with prejudice.