The Times of India reports that Indian American Nadita Berry has been appointed by Texas Governor Rick Perry as Secretary of State.
“Arriving from India at the age of 21 with nothing but $200 to her name, she worked diligently to earn her law degree and has since become one of the most accomplished attorneys … Read more
— Domestic Workers (@domesticworkers) December 20, 2013
A majority of Indian Americans support the arrest of Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade for lying on her visa application and paying her maid well below the minimum wage, reports India West.… Read more
Protestors in Mumbai ransacked a Dominos Pizza venting their outrage at the American owned chain over the arrest, strip and cavity search of an Indian diplomat in New York, reports CBS.
Devyani Khobragade (pictured here) is accused of lying on a visa application and paying her maid about $3 … Read more
Oklahoma City sportscaster Dean Blevins is backpedaling from a racially-tinged tweet he sent out to his 13,000 followers on Monday, reports TV Spy.
The KWTV sports anchor tweeted out that he wished people who worked in gas stations would “find the time to learn our language.”
The tweet has since been deleted, but was … Read more
About 30 members of Pi Delta Psi of Baruch College in New York had rented a cabin in Monroe County.
Three pledges of the Asian American fraternity were … Read more
Members of the South Asian American community showed their support on Twitter tonight for the maid of an Indian diplomat in New York, Devyani Khobragade, who was arrested for lying on a visa application and paying her maid just $3 an hour .
That’s a wage far below the New York minimum wage of … Read more
Supposedly some buff Asian American dude wanted to test the theory that white women wouldn’t want to go out with an Asian guy.
So he randomly chose girls off the street, although judging by the attractiveness of … Read more
A new poll released today by the Pew Research Center has found that Asian American and Latinos are more concerned about the threat of deportation than a path to citizenship, reports Voxxi. (photo by Ray from LA)
Asked which is more important, ending the threat of deportation or paving a path to citizenship, … Read more
The recent arrest of Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade in New York city and her subsequent treatment by authorities has sparked an international uproar that has spread into the Indian American community.
Authorities arrested Khobragade on charges of visa fraud and underpaying her maid last week.