Incredible India

Virgin beaches of India you still need to explore

India has a long coast line, yet we fail to think of amazing beach destinations that we can go anytime. There are so many hidden, unexplored beaches in India that we never talk about. Every […]


Salman Khan’s niece Alizeh Agnihotri stuns in ad, fans shower love

Alizeh Agnihotri, the niece of actor Salman Khan, featured in an ad for a jewellery brand. She is the daughter of his sister Alvira Khan and producer Atul Agnihotri. She is expected to make her […]


Britney Spears announces engagement to boyfriend Sam Asghari

Pop superstar Britney Spears, who has been fighting a conservatorship that governs her personal life and finances, announced on Sunday that she is engaged to longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari. The ‘Stronger’ singer posted a video […]

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James Bond could be a man or woman of any race or age, says Lashana Lynch

Actor Lashana Lynch, who will next be seen in the upcoming James Bond film No Time To Die, has denied speculation that she could take over the franchise as the lead in future installments. “Nooo! […]


Three in 5 Indian adults covered with first Covid dose, 20% with both

New Delhi (TIP): Three in five Indian adults have been covered with at least one Covid vaccine dose and 20 per cent have received both the doses. New government data show Chandigarh entering the coveted […]


EAM Jaishankar meets Chinese counterpart Wang in Dushanbe, discuss disengagement at LAC

Dushanbe, Tajikistan (TIP): External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has met with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit in Dushanbe. The two leaders discussed the disengagement in […]


IAF to bolster fighter fleet with 24 2nd-hand Mirages

New Delhi (TIP): The Indian Air Force (IAF) is set to acquire 24 second-hand Mirage 2000 fighters, made by Dassault Aviation, in an attempt to strengthen its ageing fleet of the fourth-generation fighters and also […]

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214% rise in cases relating to fake news, rumours

INCIDENTS OF circulation of “false/fake news” and rumours, a crime under the Indian Penal Code, saw nearly a three-fold rise in 2020 over 2019, according to the latest National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data. A […]

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Govt reinstates National Company Law Appellate Tribunal acting chief

The Centre on Thursday, Sept 16,  told the Supreme Court that former acting chairperson of the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) Justice AIS Cheema will be reinstated and allowed to continue in office till […]


Indo-Canadian Jagmeet Singh-led NDP may again play kingmaker

OTTAWA (TIP): The New Democratic Party (NDP), led by Punjab-origin Canadian Jagmeet Singh, can again prove to be a “kingmaker” in the country’s federal election scheduled for September 20. As the latest trends indicate a […]

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Indian Americans

National Council of Asian Indian Associations presents Anurag Kumar Distinguished Service Award

MANASSAS, VA (TIP): The Washington area-based National Council of Asian Indian Associations (NCAIA HQ-VA) presented its Distinguished Service Award to Anurag Kumar, outgoing Minister for Community Affairs at the Embassy of India. Kumar, who was […]


Indian-origin Vibhav Mittal becomes first South Asian judge of California court

WASHINGTON (TIP) Indian American attorney Vibhav Mittal of Yorba Linda, California, has become the first Judge of South Asian descent on the Superior Court of California, County of Orange, Assistant Presiding Judge Maria Hernandez swore […]

Indian Abroad

Indian American commends US for Afghan refugees’ resettlement in California

Parminder Aujla SACRAMENTO (TIP): An Indian American from California leading in resettlement of Afghan refugees in Fremont city on Friday, September 10, commended President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken for the evacuation […]


Indian American Balbir Singh Sodhi, first victim of hate crime post-9/11 attacks, remembered by US lawmakers

WASHINGTON (TIP): Top American lawmakers paid rich tributes as they remembered Balbir Singh Sodhi, a Sikh American, who was the first victim of hate crime following the 9/11 terror attacks in which nearly 3,000 people […]


Indian American Kabir Partap is all set with a docu-series on the legacy of Partap Brothers

NEW YORK (TIP):The Partap Brothers have been nothing short of an institution when it comes to the Indian classical music, especially Gurmat Sangeet. Over the years, the siblings – Davinder, Mohinder and Ravinder – have […]


What to expect from this year’s UN General Assembly (UNGA)

NEW YORK (TIP): This year’s United Nations General Assembly could make or break the future of in-person meetings at the gathering in New York City. After a year of carefully negotiating, adapting and crafting health […]


World Vegan Vision organizes a Picnic with a view to promoting awareness about environment

NEW YORK (TIP): On Sept 6, 2021 a vegan picnic was organized by the NJ and NY chapters. This was the very first 100% vegan picnic organized by World Vegan Vision. Almost 100 people including […]


Indian Overseas Congress, USA condoled the demise of veteran Congress leader Oscar Fernandes

NEW YORK (TIP): Indian Overseas Congress, USA passed a resolution condoling the death of Oscar Fernandes, a veteran Congress leader and a mentor to scores of young aspirants in the party. “Known as much for […]


Triumphant celebration on the Return of Lion King to Broadway

The Hit Show’s   Emotional First Performance in 18 Months Following Broadway’s Shutdown NEW YORK CITY (TIP):  The Lion King returned to Broadway on September 14 night following the unprecedented 18-month shutdown of the theater industry. […]

United States

Indian-origin, Sole earner shot in US, kin in dire straits in Punjab

HOUSTON (TIP): Six years ago, Simarjit Singh sold off his 7 kanals to send elder son, Gurjit Pal Singh, to the US. On Monday, September 6, Gurjit (22) was shot by a man here over […]

United States

North American Punjabi Association’s Executive Director says that Sikhs are victims of hate crimes post 9/11

MILPITAS, CA (TIP): Sikhs are still victims of hate crimes post 9/11 in the US. Satnam Singh Chahal, executive director, North American Punjabi Association (NAPA), said, “Some hate crimes are in the record of the […]

United States

‘Making Taliban Great Again’:  Banners with photos of Biden as militant shows up in US

Republican Scott Wagner said he was behind the banners WASHINGTON (TIP): Republican Scott Wagner, 65, who ran for governor of the Keystone State in 2018 and lost, proudly took credit for the bizarre billboards. For […]


A Patel at the helm: On change of guard in Gujarat

The BJP is once again willing to accommodate dominant caste groups Effecting the fourth change of guard in a State this year, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) replaced Vijay Rupani with Bhupendra Patel as Chief […]

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Positive climate: On India engaging the U.S.

Engagement with the U.S. should help India expand mitigation, adaptation action India’s front-line position as third highest emitter of greenhouse gases has sharpened focus on its future policy course to mitigate carbon emissions under the […]

Other News

New bill could help Indians get US Green Card by paying supplemental fee

Employment-based immigrant applicant with a ‘priority date that is more than 2 years before’ can adjust to permanent residence by paying a supplemental fee of USD 5,000 WASHINGTON (TIP):Millions of people stuck for years in […]