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Kabul blast: Toll rises to 16, Taliban claims responsibilty

The explosion came as a senior US diplomat was visiting Kabul to brief Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on a draft peace accord reached with the insurgents that could see thousands of US troops withdrawn from Afghanistan.

Indian-American professor wins $625,000 MacArthur ‘Genius’ grant

Kartik Chandran, an associate professor of earth and environmental engineering, has been named a 2015 MacArthur Fellow

Indo-Malaysian man jailed for taking indecent videos of woman

The man placed his cell phone behind some toiletries at the back of the shower rack and set it to video-recording mode

Robber shoots Indian-origin store clerk, calls him IS terrorist

The clerk sustained injuries and was released from hospital over the weekend.

Ex-Disney workers replaced by H1-B visa holders file complaint

Disney spokeswoman Jacquee Wahler said, "We comply with all applicable employment laws. We are expanding our IT department and adding more jobs for US IT workers."

Indian-origin campaigner awarded by Cameron for charity work

Muna Chauhan was recognised for her work as a children's charity fundraiser and empowering hundreds of women and young people to get involved with their community as volunteers.

2 Indians injured in shooting in Saudi Arabia

"One Indian is from Sitapur and the other is from Lucknow," Hifzur Rahman, Second Secretary at the Indian Embassy here told PTI.

Indian-origin investment advisor jailed for 18 months in US

Gignesh Movalia had pleaded guilty in August to one count of investment advisor fraud.

Indian-American nurse sues employer, alleges discrimination

Alleging race and ethnicity discrimination in her complaint, Shah has asked for her job back, lost wages and benefits, compensatory damages for mental anguish and emotional distress and punitive damages.

20 held as Sikh protest at Indian embassy in UK goes violent

The police said they were aware of a "planned demonstration" at Indian High Commission but were forced to take action as the protesters blocked roads causing disruption.

Two Indian American teenagers among finalists of NASA space contest

NASA's national 3-D Space Container Challenge asked students to design models of containers that could help astronauts keep things in order in space.

Indian-American couple gifts $100 mn to New York engineering school

In recognition of Chandrika and Ranjan Tandon's generosity and their belief in the school's mission and promise, the school will be renamed the NYU Tandon School of Engineering.