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Science, tech studies priority for India, US: Nancy Powell

Powell said both the countries have realised the importance of STEM

Boy flies 3,700 km hidden in jet's landing gear

The 16-year-old sneaked into the wheel well of the Hawaiin Airlines' Boeing-767

Nobel laureate Garcia Marquez dies

He was discharged April 8 in what a hospital spokesperson described as "a delicate state."

Indian-American surgeon jumps into US Congressional race

Anil Kumar of Michigan has filed papers as a Democratic candidate

Obama urges Putin to ease eastern Ukraine crisis

The Ukranian govt on Tuesday launched an anti-terror operation against pro-Russia activists

Bangalore-born Vijay Seshadri wins Pulitzer for poetry

"3 Sections", a collection of original verse, examines human consciousness, from birth to dementia

Woman arrested for killing her seven babies in US

The US woman killed her seven infants over a 10-year period

Obama picks Burwell to lead healthcare reform

Resignation of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius accepted

Now Preet Bharara takes on New York governor

Indian-American prosecutor is known in India for his dogged prosecution of Devyani Khobragade

Eyeing White House, Bobby Jindal steps up political activity

Jindal will address the finale of state Republican annual convention in Columbia, June 6

Sonia Gandhi declines to show US court her passport

Congress party chief voluntarily relinquishes the plea of lack of personal jurisdiction

Indian priest faces deportation for molestation in US

Koppala, 47, had been accused of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl June 8, 2013

'US cop's arrest has nothing to do with Khobragade case'

A New York police officer was arrested at Delhi airport last month for carrying bullets

Washington mudslide death toll rises to 30

The number of missing people, which initially stood at 170, falls to 15

Obama names Indian-American as alternate IMF director

Obama administration boasts of having the highest number of Indian Americans in key jobs

Miffed by Obamacare success, Bobby Jindal offers own plan

An estimated 7.1 million US people signed up for health insurance under Affordable Care Act

Shooting at US army base leaves four dead, 11 wounded

The violence at Fort Hood in Texas stemmed from some sort of soldier dispute

US urged to ban land mines

Human Rights Watch seeks a permanent solution in the form of the Mine Ban Treaty

Happy birthday! Gmail turns 10

In 2004, Google’s webmail service arrived as an invitation-only product on beta platform

5 killed as magnitude 8.3 earthquake, tsunami hits Chile

Evacuation of more than 10,000 people in coastal areas; at least 10 strong aftershocks recorded


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