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Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella Rakes in $35 Million in Share Sale August 11, 2018 11:42

Microsoft Corporation's Indian-origin Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella has netted over $35 million after selling about one-third of his common shares in the software giant. In multiple trades, the share of 328,000 was sold by…

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Study: U.S. Police Kills About 3 Men Per Day August 07, 2018 06:08

A study by the American Journal of Public Health which was published on July 19 found that the United States police kill on average over 1,000 men per year or about three men per day.…

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717 Indians Held in U.S., Canada for Illegal Entry August 02, 2018 07:38

As many as 717 citizens of India are currently incarcerated in the jails of Canada and the United States for either illegally entering those countries or for overstaying their visas. Minister of State for External…

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PepsiCo Sues Social Platforms over 'Plastic in Kurkure' Videos August 01, 2018 11:46

The beverage giant PepsiCo has filed a petition against social media platforms and American tech companies for defaming its best-selling crisps brand 'Kurkure.'There have been prevailing rumors over Kurkure claiming that it contains plastic. There…

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Indian-origin Philanthropist of Illinois Receive NRI of the Year Award July 27, 2018 04:58

An Indian-origin philanthropist has received NRI (Non-Resident Indian) of the year award 2018 which is organized by Times Now, India's leading news channel network form the Times Network and ICICI Bank. The 5th edition of…

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TAU Proclaims Scholarship for Indian Students July 24, 2018 06:57

Texila American University (TAU) has proclaimed enthralling scholarships for Indian students to fulfill their medical aspirations.TAU offers a Medical Council of India (MCI) recognized medicine program in Guyana, South America. The university is offering scholarships…

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American Indian Veterans Gather at Cantigny July 23, 2018 04:57

Beneath a huge shelter at Wheaton's Cantigny Park, in Illinois, a retired United States Army Staff Sgt. Raymond Harjo of Oklahoma conversed on Saturday with fellow American Indian veterans and their families.They communicated regarding where…

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Tollywood Flick Inspires Indian-American to Teach in Govt. School July 23, 2018 04:02

Before long, government schools in Indian states had arisen the lone comfort for economically deprived and Tollywood actor Mahesh Babu's previous flick 'Bharat Ane Nenu' had moved the point in the transformation of the government…

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Survey: Indian-Americans Donate $1 Billion a Year, One-third of their Giving Potential July 19, 2018 06:07

Indian-Americans, with advance per capita financial gain, is found that they donate approximately USD 1 billion each year, far less than their potential of USD 3 billion philanthropy in the United States, according to the…

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U.S. Becomes Third-largest Market for India's Cars July 18, 2018 06:43

The United States, which was non-existent as an export market for Indian automakers, is now the third-largest export destination, cheers to the stoppage in further regions.In Fiscal Year 2018, passenger car exports to the U.S.…

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Netflix Taken to Court over Portrayal of Former PM Rajiv Gandhi July 16, 2018 05:08

The Delhi High Court suspended the case on Thursday to give judges and plaintiffs time to study the petition filed by Nikhil Bhalla, an attorney and an adherent of the opposition Congress party, which Rajiv…

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Thai Cave Rescue: Boys to be Discharged from Hospital Next Week July 14, 2018 10:20

13 Thai soccer team boys, including their coach who were reclaimed from a Thailand flooded cave, are recovering well from their ordeal and will be discharged from hospital following week, according to health minister Piyasakol…

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