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Indian Americans save more than any other group in US for children’s college education

Washington, Feb 2 -- Indian Americans, who have the highest income among America's multicultural groups, save much of their higher household income for their children's college education, according to a new study.

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02/02/14
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Indian-origin parents held in Connecticut in baby death case

New York, Jan 31 -- The parents of a 19-month-old boy in Connecticut, who died from head injuries after his babysitter allegedly slammed him to the floor, have been arrested.

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01/31/14
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Pulkit Singh, Son of Slain Parents Found Dead in Phildelphia

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New York, Jan 20 -- An Indian American student, who found his parents shot to death in their family home in Syosset, a hamlet in New York's Nassau County seven years ago has been found dead in Philadelphia.

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01/20/14
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Obama nominates Indian-American Shamina Singh to Corporation for National and Community Service

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Washington -- US President Barack Obama has nominated Indian-American businesswoman Shamina Singh to the board of directors of a federal agency charged with strengthening communities and fostering civic engagement through service and volunteering.

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01/19/14
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Baylor names Dr. Meera Chandrasekhar as recipient of $250,000 National Teaching Cherry Award

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WACO, Texas - Baylor University has named Meera Chandrasekhar, Ph.D., professor of physics and astronomy and Curator's Teaching Professor of Physics at the University of Missouri, as the 2014 recipient of the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching. The Cherry Award is the only national teaching award - with the single largest monetary reward of $250,000 - presented by a college or university to an individual for exceptional teaching.

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01/19/14
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Obama’s Indian American ex-aide Anish Goel joins think tank New America

Washington, Jan 19 -- Anish Goel, a former key Indian-American aide of President Barack Obama, has joined Washington think tank New America's National Security Programme as a Senior South Asia Fellow.

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01/19/14
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PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL PEACE PLAZA IN METRO BIRMINGHAM TO HONOR GANDHI

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Birmingham, Alabama (January 17, 2014) - As the nation prepares for the national holiday honoring the life and accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Alabama Asian Cultures Foundation (AACF) in Birmingham, Alabama, announced the plans to name a proposed Peace Plaza in metro Birmingham for Dr. King’s primary mentor,  Mahatma Gandhi.  

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01/17/14
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India 360: AIR feature to connect listeners with world

New Delhi, Jan 12 -- When Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe comes Jan 26 as the special guest for the Republic Day Parade, the visit would also see state-run news broadcaster All India Radio (AIR) launch a special programme on connecting its millions of listeners with the world - India 360.

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01/12/14
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Diaspora meet PBD in New Delhi sees greater footfall, but little communication

New Delhi, Jan 12 -- People who came from across the world to attend the 12th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD), the annual gathering of the Indian diaspora that concluded here Thursday, say, though the event is gaining steam every year, they found a lack of communication among the participants.

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01/12/14
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Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade indicted by US grand jury, on way back home

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New Delhi/Washington, Jan 10 -- Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade who was formally indicted by a US grand jury and asked to leave the US is on her way back home, nearly a month after her arrest and strip-search for alleged visa fraud.

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01/10/14
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