The report titled ‘Indiaspora Impact Report: Small Community, Big Contributions’ is the first volume in a series to look at the impact of the Indian diaspora, with a special focus on public service, business, culture and innovation in the United States.

Judge dismisses Indian-origin driver’s bid to stay in Canada over 2018 crash that killed 16 people 

A judge in Canada recently dismissed the applications of Indian-origin truck driver Jaskirat Singh Sidhu who was fighting deportation back to India. He had caused the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash on April 6, 2018. Jaskirat Singh Sidhu was sentenced to eight years in prison for causing the crash in Saskatchewan that killed 16 people and […]

From almost shutting down to top industry player: How Delhi-boy Gaurav Saini kept TECO Chemicals afloat and relevant in a cutthroat maritime sector

On the verge of shutting down, a company has not only managed to stay afloat, but also emerge as an industry leader. The man leading the charge is a boy from the Indian capital city, Delhi, who has also evolved from just another name on the payroll to acquire 10 per cent stakes in the […]

Indian American doctor Mihir Meghani commits USD 4 million for awareness of Hinduism in US

Emergency care physician Dr Meghani, who founded the Hindu American Foundation along with his friends two decades ago, has pledged that he would donate USD 1.5 million more — taking his total contribution to USD 4 million — to the Hindu cause.

US state of Georgia officially declares October as ‘Hindu Heritage Month’

In a proclamation, Governor of Georgia Brian Kemp designated October as Hindu Heritage Month. His statement said that Hindu heritage would be celebrated in the state of Georgia by focusing on the Hindu culture and the diverse spiritual traditions rooted in India.

Republican candidate Nikki Haley brings calmness to a highly polarised America, say PIO donors and friends

Indian-origin Republican leader Nikki Haley, former Governor of South Carolina and former US Ambassador to the United Nations, is taking part in the first presidential primary debate on August 23.

Health executives ‘potentially facilitated’ mass murderer, says Indian-origin doctor about UK baby-killer nurse

The nurse’s trial and the guilty verdict has put the focus on the highly paid executives who tried to brush the doctors’ concerns aside, in order to maintain the hospital’s image.

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