Indian beauty cracked prestigious Civil Services Examination 2019

: Twenty-three-year-old Aishwarya Sheoran has cracked the prestigious Civil Services examination 2019 in her first attempt. While she got rank 93, what sets her apart from the rest of the UPSC candidates is her brief stint in the modelling world. 

Veteran Mumbai Investor Radhakishan Damani becomes India's Retail King

A little-known story about Radhakishan S Damani, ace investor, retail magnate and India's second richest man (according to Forbes), is of his transition from early entrepreneurship to the stock market.

Dr. Amit Chakrabarty -- A Visionary, Generous Physician

NEW YORK - It’s been a very long journey with American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) for Dr. Amit Chakrabarty, from being an ordinary member of the largest ethnic medical society in the United States to a Regional Leader, currently serving as the Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees (BOT) of national AAPI, and now looking forward to lead the organization that he calls as his second family and has come to adore.

Neeta Bhushan Rids Indian Consulate of Corruption

CHICAGO - A high profile Indian Foreign Service Officer, Neeta Bhushan is a woman of steel. Currently she is the Consul General of India at Chicago. Her legacy as CG will be that corruption shall not revisit Chicago's Indian Consulate, and it shall forever remain a "guardian" to the NRIs.

Jasvir Brings ‘Gatka’ (Sikh Marshal art) To Chicago

With Sikhs beginning to exert their identity world-over, Chicago’s Miss Jasvir Kaur has brought to fore religion’s exotic facet—the ‘Gatka’ (Sikh marshal Art) At a recent presentation before the mainstream gathering in the Village of Bartlett in Chicago’s outskirts, Jasvir’s Gatka-team shone like a blue diamond. 

Nayar become a lifelong advocate of India-Pakistan friendship, Hindu-Muslim amity

Kuldip Nayar often went beyond the confines of journalism and articulated them as a human rights activist. He led peace activists to the Wagah border to light candles on August 14-15.

To America, a Message from a Beggar

Walking across Michigan Avenue, I came to a screeching halt. Reclining against a road-side planter, a beggar sat motionless, firmly clasping a shanky sign-board that read: "MAKE AMERICA KIND AGAIN.”