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Seattle police are searching for a missing Indian American man who was last seen on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Wash., Oct. 15, according to a report in The Seattle Times.
NEW YORK — Six firms founded and headed by Indian-origin persons are among the 100 fastest-growing businesses located in U.S. cities, according to a list by Fortune and the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City.
New York — Supporting the recently-launched “Clean India” campaign by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in India, volunteers of the Bharatiya Janata Party and several prominent Indian Americans undertook a “Clean City” public awareness campaign here on Oct. 2.
Beijing — Prominent film production companies of India and China Oct. 22 announced their first joint venture to make a new co-production called "Kungfu Yoga" which could feature top Hollywood stars like Jackie Chan.
When it comes to dance and comedy, there is nobody like Govinda in Bollywood. In directors Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK's "Happy Ending" he will be seen doing both. In the song "G Phaad Ke" from the movie, Govinda gets back into his classic form and delivers a high-energy dance number.
San Leandro, Calif. — Physician Sanjay Gupta’s half-hour medical show, “Sanjay Gupta M.D.,” has been cancelled by CNN Worldwide amid a round of layoffs of several of its on-air personalities.
Hrithik Roshan, who attended a Diwali party last night, was seen with his arm in a sling. Though we don't know how exactly he injured his arm, it didn't seem to dampen his Diwali spirit.
It’s the busy season of Deepavali, but Vikram Prabhu is more excited about the two films he’s involved with currently. “I just got back from the dubbing of Vellakara Durai (VD) directed by Ezhil,” he tells CE.
Nargis Fakhri, who celebrated her birthday a couple of days ago, had created a birthday fund on a crowd funding website to contribute to the rehabilitation of the Jammu and Kashmir flood victims.
In a surprise announcement, India's little-known child rights adherent Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistan’s Malala Yousafzai have together been awarded this year’s prestigious Nobel Peace Prize "for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.”
This may well go down as the Line of Control Nobel Peace Prize.
When I'm trying to recruit high school or college students to join our campaign, I start off with my personal story, summed up in the following sentence: “I grew up in the Bay Area, graduated from Dartmouth in 2013, started my career at the world’s biggest hedge fund on Wall Street and left within four months to help Ro win an election back in my hometown.” I proceed to add more colorful details, expanding on my reasons for why I think Ro would be a more effective representative than Mike Honda. A graduate of Yale Law school, a trade official appointed by President Obama, a lecturer of economics at Stanford and an author of a celebrated book on how to revitalize America’s manufacturing industry, Ro’s experiences spell out a compelling case for leadership going forward. But what moves me, on a personal level, is something I don’t often emphasize: Ro’s openness and ownership of his heritage.
Has that back pain you’ve been ignoring for so long become worse? Is the acidity you thought would go away on its own still burning inside? Is your hair loss becoming more noticeable by the day?
I always wanted to be a manager in the long term and liked to engage in solving complex problems. With this aim, I worked hard alongside my engineering education to gain many relevant soft skills. I wore many different hats — whether it was managing the family business, organizing events at university, preparing cases for the biggest engineering competition in Europe, participating in a strategy planning competition at the national level, leading a multicultural team, advising a startup in their expansion plans or writing grant applications to get funding from the EU.
Mumbai — For the first time ever, Hrithik Roshan walked the ramp and displayed his newly-launched active lifestyle apparel and casual wear brand HRX, Oct. 5 during Myntra Fashion Weekend. The actor walked the ramp on the final day, dressed in a casual T-shirt with a blue coat and khaki pants.