Chennai-born Indian- American elected to Chinese Academy of Sciences

WASHINGTON (TIP): Subra Suresh, Chennaiborn Indian-American president of Carnegie Mellon University, has been elected a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), a rare and highly coveted distinction within the academic fraternity. The head of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania based university, Suresh, 57, was chosen for his scientific contributions in materials science and engineering, including his work connecting nano-mechanical cell structure to disease states, according to the university. He was also honoured for his leadership in building the worldwide scientific and engineering research dialogue through the Global Research Council, which he helped to found while director of the US National Science Foundation. The council will have its annual meeting in May 2014 in Beijing.

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Mayor’s campaign fund-raisinginquiry: FBI gets assistance from restaurateur Harendra Singh

NEW YORK CITY (TIP): A federal investigation into Mayor Bill de Blasio's campaign fund-raising has recently secured the assistance of Harendra Singh, owner of...
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