NRI, Gopal Khanna first high-level appointment in President Bush's office


Sikh firm- Akal Security has more than $1 billion in contracts-to guard more than 400 federal courthouses, eight military installations,half a dozen airports and Tucson City

NRI scientist, Anant Agarwal reveals MIT plan to make handheld computing "as easy as breathing."

Seven NRIs named top MIT list, among the world's top 100 young researchers (Sciencist)  

Sundeep Bhan was recognized as the ‘Top 5 Under 35’ at the ‘Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business’ awards

NRI, Preeta D. Bansal, elected as chair of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF)

Builds second fastest computer by NRI, B.J.Arun CEO of California Digital

Dr. Sanjay Gupta:CNN shining Star-Anchor & Reporter , Neurosurgeon and an assistant professor of neurosurgery

 $370 million in an all cash deal for NRI's Spasm Company Sunil Paul, Founder & CEO, Brightmail Inc. (Born in Punjab)

US NRI, Vivek Ranadive, founder, chairman and CEO of TIBCO is acquiring a British firm for $217 mn


Seema Singh as NJ State Public Advocate is the most senior level Asian-Indian in state government.

NRI computer scientist, Satish K. Tripathi has been named the new provost of Buffalo University (UB) in New York.

NRI scientist takes nanotechnology to new frontiers-some $1 billion earmarked every year, with Meyyappan and his team of 60 scientists working on making nanotechnology

Dr. Ravindran cardiologist and his wife Ambika Palaniyandi have donated $1 million to the Wuesthoff Health System

NRI Doctor, Pratim Biswas: A new device has recently been patented to capture and destroy bioagents such as the Anthrax, smallpox virus and ricin

NRI Nuclear engineer, Rusi Taleyarkhan invented a bubble fusion reactor- Desktop Nuclear Energy

Eight NRI engineers elected highest professional distinctions honored List of US National Academy of Engineering (NAE) this year

NRI, Umang Gupta couple gifts $500,000 to US history museum-chairman and CEO of Keynote Systems Inc

Forbes Midas list- 2 NRIs Top Rank 1 & 2- Promod Haque- Rank 1, Vinod Khosla, Rank 2

The ART and SPIRIT of K.P. SINGH- an architect by training, is known for his precise, detailed pen-and-ink drawings of historic architecture and monuments in Indiana

Spirit landed on Mars-NRI engineer, Mr. Kanna Rajanand led a team of more than a dozen scientists to develop the software

Dr Srinidhi Varadarajan have amazed the computing industry by putting together the world's third fastest supercomputer

NRI Uday Singh,Twenty-one-year-old US Army Specialist became the first Indian to die in Operation Iraqi

Sanjay Parthasarathy is corporate vice president of Platform Strategy & Partner Group as well as the evangelism of the .NET platform to the developer community.

NRI Candidates got success in 2003, US Local Elections

NYC: NRI Upendra Chivukula, a Democratic assemblyman from New Jersey, has won back his seat.

Dr. Narinder Singh Kapany is widely acknowledged as the father of fiber-optics, the technology behind devices from endoscopy to high-capacity telephone lines

NRI Dr. Haren Gandhi, the highest-ranking scientist/ engineer at Ford Motor Company has won the 2002 National Medal of Technology for research

Everyday Hero Retirement Won’t Stop Her From Teaching Tolerance
NRI Rajinderjit Singh retired from teaching nine years ago, she is still an educator.

NRI Brigadier General Ravindra F. Shah's plane crashed. He was the State Air surgeon for the New York Air National Guard, Latham, N.Y.

Vinod Khosla among Forbes' 400 richest Americans- Khosla, at 48, stands 357th in the list of 400 richest Americans, is the only NRI in the list. He has been ranked 357th this year with a wealth of $700 million.

Dr. Gupta is a neurosurgeon and correspondent for the CNN.  

Astronaut Kalpana Chawla and six others burst into flames minutes before landing

Sunita Lyn Williams Pandya-NASA Selects 2nd Indo-American Woman   for Space Mission

Sabeer Bhatia sold Hotmail, a free Web-based email offering, to Microsoft Corporation for $400 million. So, is he lucky, or great?