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Building the next generation of South Asian leaders in US

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New Delhi, June 20 -- The Washington Leadership Program (WLP), the premier leadership development program for young South Asian Americans, has started its sixth year with ten more summer scholars who will intern Capitol Hill.

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06/23/14
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Indian missions in US scramble to clean up visa mess

Washington, June 22 -- Indian missions in the US have turned to social media like Facebook and Twitter as they scrambled to clear up a visa mess in the wake of a change of contractors for processing consular services.

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06/23/14
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Australian gallery refuses to return $5-mn Shiva idol

Sydney -- The National Gallery of Australia is refusing to return the dancing Shiva statue it purchased for $5 million from an Indian-origin antiquities dealer despite evidence that it was stolen from an Indian temple.
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03/29/14
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Indian-origin student tweets to success in UK

London -- It took just a simple tweet from an Indian-origin student to impress British Foreign Secretary William Hague.

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03/29/14
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Indian-American doctor admits taking bribes for referrals

New York, March 27 (IANS) An Indian-American pediatrician with a New York practice has admitted he accepted bribes in exchange for test referrals as part of a long-running scheme operated by a New Jersey diagnostic laboratory.

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03/29/14
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Food, dance, music at Zamora Temple at Alabama International Asian festival on March 29

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – The Alabama Asian Cultures Foundation is having its 2014 International festival at a new, larger location. It’s trying the new location as a possible fit for its new International Peace Plaza, Cultural Educational Center and in future a classical Chinese garden.

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03/29/14
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New York mayor taps three Indian-Americans for key jobs

New York -- New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has tapped three Indian-Americans for key positions with Meera Joshi named to serve as chairperson and CEO of the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC).

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03/25/14
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Missing Indian-American student Pravin Varughese found dead

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Chicago --  A missing Indian-American student Pravin Varughese was found dead in a wooded area Tuesday, February 18, nearly a week after he was last seen, according to a media report.

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02/21/14
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Man convicted of 5 sex assaults in Atlantic City

New York -- An Indian American man in New Jersey has been convicted of sexually assaulting or attempting to assault five women. Hiten Patel, 35, was arrested Aug 2, 2012, after investigators linked him to at least 10 sexual assaults.

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02/21/14
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Indian-American fundraiser in Chicago sentenced to two years for fraud

Chicago -- Raghuveer Nayak, an Indian-American fundraiser for convicted politicians Jesse Jackson Jr. and Rod Blagojevich, has been sentenced to two years in prison and fined $500,000 for health care fraud.

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02/21/14
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