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Indian-origin executive settles charges with SEC, another charged for making false claims

Post Date: September 8, 2018

New York: An Indian-origin executive has settled charges with the US Securities and Exchange Commission for overstating the companys subscriber base, while another Indian-origin person was charged for making similar misrepresentations. Hari Ravichandran, 42 former chief executive of web hosting company Endurance International Group Holdings and former chief financial officer Waruna Ellawala knowingly...

Nritya Saagaram Dance Academy celebrates 25th anniversary in NY


Nritya Saagaram Dance Academy celebrated its 25th Anniversary at the Hindu Temple Community Center Auditorium in Queens, New York on Saturday August 4, 2018, with a joyous and magical evening of classical dance and music. Founded by Guru Satya Pradeep in 1993, Nritya Saagaram Dance Academy has been in the forefront in...

India’s Russia missile purchase, Iran won’t be focus of 2+2 meet: Pompeo


New York, Sep 5: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that India's planned purchase of a Russian missile system or its relations with Iran will not be the primary focus of the incredibly important 2+2 Strategic Dialogue meeting he and Defence Secretary Jim Mattis will be having with External Affairs...

White House backs Asians suing Harvard alleging race discrimination


New York, Aug 31: The Donald Trump administration is supporting Asian Americans who are suing the Ivy League Harvard University alleging it racially discriminates against them in admissions.No American should be denied admission to school because of their race, the Justice Department said in a document filed in a Massachusetts court on...

Entrepreneur DJ Sukhjinder makes a difference in South Richmond Hill


Richmond Hill, NY: Loud music and wild parties are probably what comes to mind when we hear the words disc jockey (DJ). Sukhjinder Singh is not one to argue against that, having worked as the DJ in the successful Punjabi Mela concert in New York last May. But try asking South Richmond Hill residents...