Indian-born Newsweek International editor Zakaria has emerged as the new posterboy of US national television. He has a non-fussy way of analysing world politics. Zia Haq
Lord Ganesh may traditionally have a tiny mouse for a mount, but the portly elephant-headed god is now travelling across the seven seas - into the homes of Indians abroad for the Ganpati festival!
To raise funds for the upcoming Sankara Eye Hospital (SEH) in Anand, Gujarat, the Focus Gujarat Group of Sankara Eye Foundation (SEF) hosted a fundraising gala in California, reports Shalini Kathuria Narang.
Indians for Collective Action honors founders of Jaipur Foot Factory, Ruchika Social Service Organization and Global Fund for Women. Shalini Kathuria Narang
writes in from California.
Having excelled in almost every field, Indian-Americans are now preparing to flex their muscles in US politics.
Acclaimed Mumbai designer Meera Mahadevia presents her latest collection of fashion and accessories at Newark Museum, New Jersey.
New York resident Geeta Gandbhir receives the Emmy for Outstanding Picture Editing in Non-fiction Programming.
The Ganesh Chaturthi fest at the Hindu Temple, Flushing, concludes with a Rath Yatra. Lord Ganesh is the presiding deity of this temple, one of the oldest in North America.
Gulzar says the movies record the ethos of society at the time of their making and are not an instrument of reforms.
EyeBLINK began its 'pizza party', an innovative drive to donate pizzas to several homeless shelters across New York every day for five days.
An advocacy group, US-India Political Action Committee, said it would push for a fairer law that would let the brightest to stay permanently.
The Defeated Senate bill had points-based citizenship criteria that may have benefited new seekers, reports Pramit Pal Chaudhuri.
An Indian American has created a new social networking and community website designed for the large Indian population in the US.
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.