IND Vs WI | 1st ODI Dec 15, 2019
IND 156/3 (31.4)
PAK Vs SL | 1st Test Dec 11, 2019
PAK 188/2 (56.0)
AUS Vs NZ | 1st Test Dec 12, 2019
NZ 125/5 (47.0)
UAE Vs SCO | Match 6 Dec 15, 2019
UAE 4/0 (1.0)
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Jun 19, 2019
South Asian group seeks probe into death of 6-year-old Indian along US-Mexico border, blames border militarisationSAALT has sought a probe into the death of a six-year-old Indian girl, whose body was found along the US-Mexico border in Arizona, alleging that militarisation of the area and rejection of migrants attempting to cross at the entry ports have created an inhuman environment.
Sep 26, 2018
Donald Trump administration's proposed changes in green card policy will adversely impact South Asians, says advocacy groupThe Trump administration's proposed rule, under which immigrants may be denied green card if they have received government benefits in the past or are likely to receive one in the future, is likely to have a major impact on immigrants from South Asian countries,
Feb 02, 2018
Rise in hate crimes against South Asian communities reported in US since Donald Trump became president: ReportA year after President Donald Trump won the election, there has been a substantial increase in hate violence against South Asian communities.
Dec 06, 2017
Trump travel ban: South Asian group disappointed over US Supreme Court's verdict backing diktatA South-Asian group in the US expressed disappointment over the Supreme Court's decision allowing the immediate enforcement of President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban targeting people from six Muslim-majority countries.
Nov 16, 2017
Hate crime incidents against South Asian Americans are just fraction of actual cases, claims US civil rights groupThe latest hate crime statistics released by FBI shows that violence has become 'a fact of life' for South Asian communities
Apr 19, 2016
Indian-Americans join anti-deportation rally outside Supreme Court in USDuring the hearing on Monday, four conservatives judges appeared to be critical of DAPA and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), while another liberal justice suggested that the case had no business being before the courts at all.
Aug 06, 2013
Oak Creek gurdwara shootings: The silver lining one year laterOne year after the gurdwara shootings in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, some unexpected good has been forged from the tragedy. That's because the community chose to reach out instead of shutting down.
Jul 09, 2013
Sikhs' new fight in America: The US ArmySikhs have truly been path breaking pioneers into the west. They have taken the burden of difference on themselves in way most other Indian immigrants have not had to. While other desis could assimilate in some fashion, Americanize themselves in ways, Sikhs stood out.