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  • Cricket World Cup - A Quadrennial Celebration

    Cricket World Cup – A Quadrennial Celebration

    Hold your breath! Fasten your seatbelts! The countdown has begun, and cricket fever has gripped the entire world. Even cricket players feel their hearts beating faster than usual as the greatest event in the cricket world is just a few days away! It is no …

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  • Anoushka Shankar

    ANOUSHKA SHANKAR

    To be the heir to a famous name is difficult. To follow in your father’s footsteps makes things far more complex. And, if the father happens to be as legendary as the world’s greatest ever Sitar player, Pandit Ravi Shankar, then the going is indeed …

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  • Mira Nair

    NRI ACHIVERS – II MIRA NAIR

    An Indian lady born in the state of Orissa some time in the late fifties, involved in doing political protest theater in the streets of Delhi in the Seventies – eventually works her way up to the International moviedom and has to her credit, apart …

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  • THE GOP AND INDIAN AMERICANS

    The past several years have seen a dramatic turning point for U.S.-India relations and a burgeoning dynamic partnership between Indian Americans and the Republican Party. any Indian Americans are embracing the Republican Party because we support limited government; fewer taxes on American families and businesses; …

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  • INDRA K. NOOYI

    NRI ACHIEVERS – INDRA K. NOOYI

    The rise of Indra Nooyi from her teen days at Chennai, India through the struggling days at Yale University to her imminent numero uno position at PepsiCo is indeed a saga that may make even the staunchest follower of miracle jump in disbelief. Born on …

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  • NRI ACHIEVERS – MAKING INDIA PROUD ABROAD

    We see that the number of millionaires of Indian origin in Europe, USA, Canada, South Africa and East Asian countries held together far exceeds the number of millionaires in India. There is a popular saying that “Indians are best when they are out of India”. …

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  • Famous Bollywood Stars in Atlanta, Miami & Orlando

    Famous Bollywood Stars in Atlanta, Miami & Orlando

    Himesh Reshamiya In the subsequent years, Reshammiya rendered hit music in a number of films that made good business like Hello Brother, Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge, Humraaz, Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne and sorts. But, it was again a Salman Khan starrer Tere Naam that pulled …

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  • Incredible India focus as a global player

    Incredible India focus as a global player

    “It was not long ago that India was known to the West only as the ‘land of snake charmers’. Though this notion began to fade in the later half of the twentieth century, it was only during the 1990s that the World sat up and …

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  • Anil Kumble - India’s Greatest Wicket Taker

    Anil Kumble – India’s Greatest Wicket Taker

    The game of cricket has, over the hundred years of its prevalence, witnessed the rise of numerous outstanding performers – players who have excelled and outpaced their contemporaries in the race to superiority, but seldom has one found someone so remarkable, yet so unsung; so …

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  • Rising Star - Falguni Shah

    Rising Star – Falguni Shah

    I was born in and grew up in Mumbai. My schooling was in Mumbai and Panchgani. Professionally I received a Masters degree in Hindustani vocal music from SNDT University in Mumbai. Indians are smart, and if you look at the history of Indian music, most …

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  • The Biocon Bible

    The Biocon Bible

    The progressive, driven and enterprising Kiran Mazumdar, is almost everything one would look for in a woman of her caliber. With a decent academic history from the Bishop Cot ton Girls School and then the Mount Carmel College, she then went on to Ballarat College, …

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  • Bush's Passage to India

    Bush’s Passage to India

    Here is a historic deal that has sealed India’s status as an upcoming nuclear power and has erased the decade old US policy with regard to this energy-starved nation, ushering India into the world’s exclusive nuclear club. The nuclear deal will give foreign businessmen the …

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  • Kalpana

    Successful Women From Indian Subcontinent

    When the first Americanmusic videos and popularTV shows began appearing in Indian homes in the early 1990s thanks to satellite and cable, many predicted Indian society would never be the same. For the first time, young Indian women saw a regular dose of sexy, scantily …

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  • NRI Returning Back To Home

    NRI Returning Back To Home

    The land of opportunity or God’s own country as one may like to call it seem to undergo a new trend as the entire Diaspora takes notice of this U-turn, wherein the globally settled Indians better known as the NRIs are heading back to their …

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  • Elements of Emerging Success of Indians

    Elements of Emerging Success of Indians

    India has been posting around 6% growth for a decade. It’s knowl edge proficiency has been known for a little more than that. It has been a democracy for half a century and has cherished family values for millennia. So what’s new that’s causing this …

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  • Dilip Barot

    Dilip Barot

    Building Bridge between Indian and USA Recently, Desh-Videsh sat down with Dilip Barot. A successful businessman, Mr. Barot’s latest venture is an oceanfront resort, and he resides in Palm Beach, FL. He has extensive hands-on experience in development, investment and management of over 7,000 residences …

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  • NRI Success Stories - Bobby Jindal

    Young Indian Politicians

    Youths; Politics; Indians-These are three terms that are usually not found together. To be a young Indian in politics, one needs three essential qualities: persistence, fearlessness and a great deal of ambition. The fact that Indians compose the wealthiest minority group in the United States, …

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  • Kiran Ahluwalia

    One on One With Kiran Ahluwalia

    At an age when most children of her age were in their world of fun and games, nine-year-old Kiran Ahluwalia would accompany her parents for music concerts. Often the only child at these informal ghazal sessions in the basement of Toronto houses, Kiran could not …

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  • ABCD - What does it mean to be an Indian American?ABCD - What does it mean to be an Indian American?

    ABCD – What does it mean to be an Indian American?

    Is this term even applicable? Perhaps, second-generation Indians can answer this question. If you were born in the States, and are of Indian origin more than likely you have heard the term “ABCD” used to describe you. ABCD stands for an “American Born Confused Desi.” …

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