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India Could Be Behind Killing Of Chinese National In Pakistan: Minister

India Could Be Behind Killing Of Chinese National In Pakistan: Minister

Pakistan’s Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal on Thursday alleged that India could be involved in the targeted killing of a Chinese national in Karachi, media reports said.

India Could Be Behind Killing Of Chinese National In Pakistan: Minister

Gas Station Owned By Sikh Vandalised With Racial Slur

Gas Station Owned By Sikh Vandalised With Racial Slur

A gas station owned by a Sikh in the US state of Kentucky has been vandalised by a masked man with racist slurs and vulgar phrases, according to media reports.

Gas Station Owned By Sikh Vandalised With Racial Slur

Republican Hindu Coalition-Backed Candidate Disqualified In Congressional Primary Poll

Republican Hindu Coalition-Backed Candidate Disqualified In Congressional Primary Poll

A candidate backed by the Republican Hindu Coalition (RHC), Vandana Jhingan, who wanted to challenge an Indian Democratic Congressman is off the primary ballot after officials said they found irregularities in her nominating petition.

Republican Hindu Coalition-Backed Candidate Disqualified In Congressional Primary Poll

Self-Styled 'Godman' Held From Uttar Pradesh Ashram, 6 Girls Rescued

Self-Styled 'Godman' Held From Uttar Pradesh Ashram, 6 Girls Rescued

Five people, including Prasad, have been arrested from the ashram from where six minor girls have been freed and sent to Bal Kalyan Samiti for counselling, the magistrate said.

Self-Styled 'Godman' Held From Uttar Pradesh Ashram, 6 Girls Rescued

Immigration System Needs To Be Quicker, Equal: Indian Techie’s Widow Sunayana Dumala

Immigration System Needs To Be Quicker, Equal: Indian Techie’s Widow Sunayana Dumala

Noting that the Indian-Americans were facing a lot of "trouble", the 32-year-old Sunayana urged them to "raise their voice and share their stories."

Immigration System Needs To Be Quicker, Equal: Indian Techie’s Widow Sunayana Dumala

Kashmiri Journalist Gulam Jeelani Selected For Indian-American Funded Fellowship

Kashmiri Journalist Gulam Jeelani Selected For Indian-American Funded Fellowship

Delhi-based Kashmiri journalist Gulam Jeelani has been chosen for a fellowship in the US funded by a foundation started by prominent Indian-American entrepreneur-turned-philanthropist Frank Islam and his wife Debbie Driesman.

Kashmiri Journalist Gulam Jeelani Selected For Indian-American Funded Fellowship