Three hate crimes have deepened the fear among South Asians that Trump's rhetoric encouraged violence against them, but there is no evidence that Indians have been specifically targeted.And as long as there is no systematic targeting of Indians or condonation of such attacks by government agencies, there is precious little India can do, says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan, who served as deputy chief of mission at India's embassy in Washington, DC, when the US imposed sanctions against India in May ... Rediff.com, 1 hour ago
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Ali Fazal started his career with theatre and then made his debut with a special appearance on the big screen in 3 Idiots. He has not just grabbed Indian audience's heart but also has spread his wings overseas. His first International appearance was in an ...DNA, 3 hours ago
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