Sexist? Barack Obama feels the heat after calling Kamala Harris best-looking attorney general - 1 month ago
Harris, daughter of an Indian mother and an African-American father, was the first elected official in California to endorse Obama during his 2008 run for the White House and campaigned for him during his 2004 Senate run.
Nearly 200 Indian-Americans take to streets against Wharton snub to Narendra Modi - 1 month ago
Marching under the banner of a group called Americans for Free Speech, they chanted: "We want Modi!" as the Forum held its conference Saturday afternoon at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Philadelphia.
India-US economic ties to grow stronger, Nirupama Kumar - 2 months ago
Indian ambassador Nirupama Rao has expressed her "firm view" that India-US economic relationship would only become stronger over time despite concerns of businesses on both sides.
Eight Indians among Forbes Asia's 50 top businesswomen - 2 months ago
Eight Indian women, including media baroness Shobhana Bharti, hotelier Priya Paul and banker Chhanda Kochchar, figure among Forbes Asia's list of 50 businesswomen in Asia who are performing at the centrestage in the world's most dynamic region.
Six underground tanks leaking at US nuclear waste site - 2 months ago
State governor Jay Inslee made the announcement on Friday after a meeting with US Energy Secretary Steven Chu who told him that the US Department of Energy has determined there are six, single-shell tanks leaking radioactive waste at Hanford.
US Super Bowl blackout: A day on, officials still clueless - 3 months ago
Officials have not yet explained why the power outage occurred, although New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu has pledged an investigation into what he called "an unfortunate moment" and said foul play is not suspected.
Despite progress India's financial sector vulnerable: IMF - 4 months ago
Despite remarkable progress toward developing a stable financial system, India's financial sector still confronts longstanding impediments to its ability to support growth as well as new challenges to stability, according to a new IMF report.
Ami Bera named on US House panel on foreign affairs - 4 months ago
California physician Ami Bera, who has become the third Indian-American member of the US House of Representatives, has been named on three prestigious committees on foreign affairs, science, space and technology. Bera's parents migrated to the US from India in the 1950s.
Stop being the stupid party: Bobby Jindal to Republicans - 6 months ago
Rejected Mitt Romney's claim that President Barack Obama won with 'gifts' to minorities and young voters.
'Aakash' maker among Forbes' 15 classroom revolutionaries - 6 months ago
The man behind India's low-cost Aakash tablet and an Indian American professor are listed among Forbes 15 'classroom revolutionaries' who are using innovative technologies to reinvent education for students and teachers globally.