The Virat Kohli-led Indian team is currently unbeaten in the ongoing 2019 World Cup and the skipper is leaving no stones unturned to keep the winning momentum going.
A Hyderabad man was killed in a road accident in San Francisco on Sunday.
The Telugu literary glory is going to reach new heights in TANA Conference 2019.
More than 300 NRI’s participated at the “5th International Day of Yoga” hosted by Mahatma Gandhi Memorial of North Texas (MGMNT) in association with Consul General of India, Houston at Mahatma Gandhi Memorial on June 22nd.
Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni was once again at the receiving end from Twitter users after he played a rather slow knock against Afghanistan which India won by mere 11 runs in a nail-biter in Southampton.
US President Donald Trump has announced a two-week delay to the proposed raids on illegal immigrants scheduled to start on Sunday in 10 American cities to see if Republican and Democratic lawmakers can get together and work out a solution.
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On the occasion of International Yoga Day, Telangana American Telugu Association (T.A.T.A) teamed up with Isha Foundation in Dallas where over 100 individuals gathered marking the eve.
Mohammed Shami (4/40) grabbed a magical hat-trick as India scripted a 11-run last-over win over Afghanistan in a thrilling World Cup clash here on Saturday.
Pakistan fans have made their displeasure known on social media ever since the team's poor show against arch-rivals India in their World Cup encounter in Manchester and a fresh video has surfaced wherein skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed has been compared to a fat pig.
The 2019 cricket World Cup has reached its halfway stage. South Africa and Afghanistan are now not in contention whereas the West Indies, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and the peppy Bangladesh side are all in the precarious position of having to win all their remaining matches.
The US has no plans to place caps on H-1B work visas for Indians, a senior administration official told reporters on Friday.
India on Thursday said there was no official word from the US on a "source-based" media report about capping of the H1B visas, of which Indians are a major beneficiary.
Cricketing great Sachin Tendulkar believes injured India opener Shikhar Dhawan will come back strongly after he was forced out of the ongoing 2019 World Cup in England and Wales with a fractured thumb. Tendulkar also backed Rishabh Pant, Dhawan's replacement, to do well.
The United States has told India it is considering caps on H-1B work visas for nations that force foreign companies to store data locally, three sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters, widening the two countries' row over tariffs and trade.