US Election 2020: Two-thirds of Indian-Americans favour Biden, but support for Trump grows, finds survey
In 2016, 77 percent of the community cast their votes for Hillary Clinton, while 16 percent went for Donald Trump. This time around, if trends hold, Biden stands to secure 70 percent of the vote, with 30 percent going to Trump.
Daily Bulletin: 50,000 expected at 'Howdy, Modi!' in Texas where PM, Donald Trump likely to share stage; Amit Shah to address Mumbai rally; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: BJP president Amit Shah will address a rally in Mumbai on Article 370 and Maharashtra polls, Houston gears up for 'Howdy Modi' which is to see a footfall of 50,000 people, and more
Several Indian-American IT professionals have held two rallies in the US, demanding an end to the long and massive green card backlog by eliminating per-country limit quota
New York: A Sikh cab driver was assaulted and his turban was taken off by four drunken passengers in an incident being investigated by police as a possible hate crime.
Indian-Americans, particularly Hindus and Sikhs, have become victims of Islamophobia and xenophobia in the US, the community members said as they held an awareness rally against hate crimes in front of the White House seeking President Donald Trump's intervention in the matter.
The White House has said that the early reports coming from Kansas, where an Indian engineer was shot dead and another injured in an apparent hate crime, were "disturbing".
Trump also said he has great respect for Indians and Hindus, as he stepped up to address an event attended by the Indian American community in New Jersey.
Former editor-in-chief of CNN IBN Rajdeep Sardesai breaks his silence over what exactly transpired at the Madison Square Garden. Here is the full text.
The Indian-American community will accord a grand reception to Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he travels to the US in September.
An influential group of Indian-American doctors have said they will approach the Congress seeking a say in the immigration reform, as they said the country was facing shortage of doctors with present mechanism.