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25 Indian students asked to leave US varsity : report

New York, Jun 7 (PTI) At least 25 of a total 60 Indian graduate students at Western Kentucky University have been asked to leave their computer science programme after the first semester as they do not meet its admission standards, a media report said today.

The move will force the…

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US returns ancient artefacts, Modi expresses thanks

Washington June 7 : From a bronze Ganesh to a Jain figure of Bahubali, the US has returned more than 200 pieces of rare cultural artefacts to India during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Modi expressed his gratitude for the return of the ancient artefacts during a ceremony on…

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UCLA gunman did not impress in class: Indian-origin professor

Los Angles June 6 An Indian-American professor has said Mainak Sarkar, who was behind the UCLA murder-suicide, left little impression as a student in his class and never used to greet him when they passed each other despite both hailing from West Bengal and speaking the same language…

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India to stand by Afghanistan despite all odds: PM

Herat, Jun 4 (PTI) India will extend cooperation to every part of war-torn Afghanistan despite facing barriers of politics, geography and terror attacks on its mission here, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted today after inaugurating a landmark dam in strategically important Herat province.

In an address after inaugurating the…

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Two Indian-origin women in Forbes' Self-Made American Women List

New York June 4 Two Indian-origin women have featured on the Forbes’ annual list of America’s 60 wealthiest and most successful self-made women entrepreneurs who have “crashed ceilings through invention and innovation”.
India-born Neerja Sethi, who co-founded IT consulting and outsourcing firm Syntel with her…

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