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US confirmed Uri attackers were from Pakistan

Immediately after India launched its surgical strikes, sources said, it had informed the US of its action.Aziz Haniffa reports from Washington, DC. Senior US intelligence and Congressional sources privy to intelligence reports and classified briefings have told Rediff.com of "the growing body of irrefutable evidence of Pakistani complicity" in the Uri terrorist attack that the US had "gathered independently" which it found to be in sync with the "proof of evidence India has shared" with ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Rediff sells community newspaper India Abroad in US

Founded by legendary publisher and journalist Gopal Raju in 1970 from New York, India Abroad was purchased by India- headquartered Rediff.com in April 2001 India Abroad, one of America's oldest and most prestigious Indian community newspapers, has ...
 Indian Express2 hours ago Rediff sells community newspaper 'India Abroad' in US  Economic Times1 hour ago
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The making of the first Indian-American woman in US House of Representatives

Chennai-born Pramila Jayapal makes history in Washington state; she is also the firstperson of colour in the Washington State Democratic delegation. George Joseph reports from New York. IMAGE: Pramila Jayapal with her husband Steve and her son Janak, 17.  Photograph: PramilaJayapal/Twitter Pramila Jayapal, 51, who had made history in 2014 by becoming the first Indian American elected to the Washington State Senate, made history again on November 8. Defeating State Representative ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Will Ami Bera win a historic third term?

The only Indian-American in Congress won the election in 2012 and re-election in 2014 by wafer-thin margins. His race this year is officially a ‘close contest’. Despite all of the criticism and vitriolic attacks on Dr Amerish ‘Ami’ Bera’s credibility, in the wake of his 83-year-old father Babulal Bera being sentenced to prison in August for illegally funnelling money to his son’s election campaign, the California Democrat is edging towards a re-election ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Meet Raja Krishnamoorthi, the new Indian American in US Congress

The New Delhi-born Krishnamoorthi, a lifelong progressive, was always the front-runner in the race against Republican Peter DiCianni. They were vying for the seat vacated by Tammy Duckworth, who won Illinois’s US Senate seat. Even as America stood on razor’s edge over the Presidential election, the Indian-American community chalked up a win with Raja Krishnamoorthi’s successful race to the United States Congress. ‘Thank you! I’m honored and humbled to be the next ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Casey Council mosque decision draws protest and hostility in Melbourne's south east

| Local council elections have traditionally revolved around the three Rs: rates, roads and rubbish. But for Casey Council, a rapidly expanding and multicultural municipality in Melbourne's south-east, a new R appears to be taking centre stage: ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago
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'It doesn't take much to be branded a terrorist': doctor

For some, it doesn't take much to be branded a terrorist, or at least some sort of lookalike. That's exactly what happened to Dandenong doctor Belal Haniffa, who liked an anti-racism group on Facebook only to be sucked into a bitter mosque debate ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago Casey Council embroiled in another race and religion row  WA Today2 months ago
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No surge for Clinton, but she may have wooed the undecided

The fight was for the more than 10 million millennials, the undecided and the independents and Clinton clearly came out on top, feels Aziz Haniffa. Cliched as it has become, the match-up between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was billed in pugilistic terms, and did live up to its hype. Monday's first presidential debate had all the trappings of a prize fight, and was fierce and contentious from the get go. The night, as it wore on, clearly belonged to Hillary. While her supporters argued ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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