Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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PepsiCo Chairman And CEO Indra Nooyi Appointed ICC's First Independent Female Director

PepsiCo Chairman And CEO Indra Nooyi Appointed ICC's First Independent Female Director

PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi has been appointed to the International Cricket Council (ICC) Board as the governing body’s first independent female director.

PepsiCo Chairman And CEO Indra Nooyi Appointed ICC's First Independent Female Director

19-Year-Old Indian Student Commits Suicide At University In UAE

19-Year-Old Indian Student Commits Suicide At University In UAE
A 19-year-old Indian has committed suicide by allegedly jumping from a building at a university campus in the UAE, a media report said today.

19-Year-Old Indian Student Commits Suicide At University In UAE

8-Year-Old Indian-Origin Girl Cracks UK's Math Hall Of Fame

8-Year-Old Indian-Origin Girl Cracks UK's Math Hall Of Fame

Sohini Roy Chowdhury competed with pupils from across Britain and other countries to also make it into the top 100 World Hall of Fame after solving mathematical puzzles with speed and accuracy.

8-Year-Old Indian-Origin Girl Cracks UK's Math Hall Of Fame

Indian-American Raj Shah Makes White House Press Briefing Debut

Indian-American Raj Shah Makes White House Press Briefing Debut
In his capacity as the White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary, Mr Shah is the highest ranking Indian-American in the White House press shop.

Indian-American Raj Shah Makes White House Press Briefing Debut

Indian-American Killed, Another Injured As Gunman Opens Fire In US Stores

Indian-American Killed, Another Injured As Gunman Opens Fire In US Stores

Parmjit Singh, 44, was shot multiple times on Tuesday at his Hi-Tech Quick Stop on Burnett Ferry Road. The father of two high school students was pronounced dead on the scene, the US media reported. 

Indian-American Killed, Another Injured As Gunman Opens Fire In US Stores

Oxford Graduate Loses Legal Bid Against His Varsity Over Poor Teaching

Oxford Graduate Loses Legal Bid Against His Varsity Over Poor Teaching

A former Oxford University student, believed to be of Indian-origin, has lost his claim of one million pounds in damages from the prestigious institution for its alleged poor teaching in his specialist Indian subject.

Oxford Graduate Loses Legal Bid Against His Varsity Over Poor Teaching