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Who Cares For An Aging PIO?
It is time that Indian groups in different states of America started creating a dynamic mechanism to take care of our older folk here.
Skinhead Killer Pleads for Life
Radoslaw Synderek, who was involved in the murder of gurdwara worker Nirmal Singh Gill, offers to work for the Sikh community.
Reward Offered To Witnesses In Double Homicide
The family of the murdered couple is raising money to spur witnesses to help the police locate the suspected killer.
Dil Kya Kare Loses Heart Quickly
Film grosses $ 54,000 on screens in the second weekend, crashing to 51st position on the box-office chart from 27.
Ray, Nair Films Featured in Film Festival
Among other films, the fest, which began with Shekar Kapur's Bandit Queen, will offer Ketan Mehta's Mirch Masala on October 13, Gurinder Chadda's Bhaji on the Beach on October 20, and Satyajit Ray's Ghare Bhaire on October 27.
'I've Lost My Son,' Says The Mother Of One Of Gill's Killers
Christina Miloszewski says she would offer her own life if Gill could be restored to his family.
Teen In Incest Case to Be Deported
The boy, who is serving a six-month sentence for impregnating his 12-year-old sister, decided not to appeal the deportation order.
An Ayurvedic Kitchen in America
A clutch of recipes that work on the fundamental philosophy of Ayurveda, balance -- within the body, with the environment, and with the seasons.
We won't allow anti-India activities: Bangladesh envoy
Foreign minister Abdus Samad Azad said Dhaka was always for a united India and that it valued its friendship with Delhi.
'Gandhi' To Raise Money At Stanford
Funds to go to the Rejuvenate India Movement, which hopes to inspire and motivate NRIs to contribute "one minute an hour" or "24 minutes a day" to catalyze a change in India.
Obongo to the Rescue Of e-Passports and e-Wallets
It's touted as the key to all your password problems. And it could be the key to all the e-retailers' problems as well.
Finding Good Karma and Fine Dosa in NY
She sought vegetarian nirvana throughout the world and found, at her back door, "the best vegetarian food this side of the Bay of Bengal".
Bhajans, Sufi Music Come Together at LA Concert
UCLA Professor Amy Catlin-Jairazbhoy, who has researched the link between Sufism and Hinduism as manifested in the flute, has gathered an array of artists in 'Mystic Voices: Music of Devotion in Islam and Hinduism'.
Business Opportunities in the New Millennium
A slew of big-time entrepreneurs and academics, including Naveen Jain, C K Prahlad and Tej Sidhu will address the TiEcon'99 conference in Cerritos, California.
Godse Play Stirs Up A Storm In New York
Indo-American Arts Council faces flak and boycott for hosting Pradeep Dalvi's play as part of its four-day event on Mahatma Gandhi.
Clinton To Push For Indo-Pak Talks
The US president writes to Representative Ackerman stating he intends to pursue the matter when he visits the region next year.
'SAARC To Keep Out of Indo-Pak Conflict'
"Apart from hoping and praying that something would happen magically, we are helpless," says association chairman Lakshman Kadirgamar.
Mary Robinson Hails Human Rights Gains
But the under-secretary-general of human rights says she is concerned about attacks on religious and caste minorities in India.
'Oliver's Law' May Expose Bad Nannies
Bereaved mother plans to campaign for a law allowing parents to check a child care provider's files before enrolling their child.
Prosecutor Calls For Life Sentences For Gurdwara Killers
Ron Caryer asserts that their "callous and unremorseful" attitude towards Nirmal Singh Gill's death was ample indication of their intolerance.
Dalvi, Godse's Defender, Writes Off India
Nathurams are what Indian politics lack, says the playwright who also promises to slap painter M F Husain for his paintings disrespectful of Hindu gods.
India Takes On The Taliban At The UN
Jaswant Singh asserted that the nexus between Kabul and Islamabad had become a threat to international peace and security.
The Call of the Alma Mater
Give back something, TiE president 'shamelessly' asks IIT graduates.
Over-Dressed In Key West
A desi visitor realizes snorkeling isn't the only big thing in the Florida city.
Basuta Sentenced To 25 Years in Child Murder Case
Judge scolds her for lying about being raped by the Indian police.
Islamic College Chief Charged with Assault
The Royal Candadian Mounted Police says it took action soon after some students complained that they were beaten with sticks.
No Evidence Against Dr Cheema In Circumcision Suit
The judge determined there was insufficient evidence to show Cheema was culpable and dismissed him as a defendant in the trial.
The Sixth Sense Trio Get Together Again
Manoj Night Shyamalan, Bruce Willis and Walt Disney are coming together again, but the movie is not a sequel to the superhit.
Scientist In Search Of Stimulation
"I doubt I'll write another book," he says. "If I write any more, I might never get married." says the self-deprecating and vulnerable Simon Singh.
Dalai Lama Is Hollywood-Bound
He begins his five-day visit to Los Angeles on October 10 and will speak at several events about compassion, altruism and spiritual preparations for the new millennium.
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