Washington, April 23: South Carolina’s Indian American Governor Nikki Haley faces a new challenge in her re-election bid with a former judge named Tom Ervin joining the race as an independent.
United Nations, April 23: The Unicef has warned that children fraternity in Myanmar is facing different types of dangers in the light of recent fighting between government forces and Kachin rebels.
Colombo, April 22: A total of 103 countries have confirmed their participation in the World Conference on Youth (WCY) to be hosted by Sri Lanka next month, the country’s youth ministry stated Tuesday.
Washington, April 22: An Indian-American community organisation has sought the intervention of US lawmakers for securing the release of about 100 Punjabi youths detained by US immigration authorities in Texas for entering the US illegally.
Washington, April 22: The first ever Indian-American Miss America, Nina Davuluri, has come to the defence of a teen who asked her to a dance as the news of his suspension for the stunt reached the White House.
Amman, April 22: Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said here Monday that his country is looking into increasing aid to Syrian refugees in Jordan, local media reported.
Gurgaon, April 21: The chief of the municipal corporation here Monday set a new trend by reaching his office on a bicycle and appealed to people to take to pedalling rather than driving.
Riyadh, April 21: Five Indians working in Saudi Arabia were killed in a road accident near the country’s capital Riyadh after their van overturned following a tyre burst, the media reported Monday.
Washington, April 21: A teenager stowaway in the US survived a 3,700-km flight from San Jose in California to Hawaii hiding in the landing gear of a jetliner, the media reported Monday.