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The Rise Of Indian-Americans In U.S. Business

Microsoft. Google. Disney. Pepsi. What is common among these companies? Indian American Business leaders!

Nice infographic and good article from ibtimes. Read on.

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The Triple Package by Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld - the Unwritten and the Unspoken

It reeks of double standards… The east Indian-American community that Chua and Rubenfeld talk about in glowing terms also exhibit other shameful cultural traits that should be shunned by any progressive society… India itself is known to be a country where respect for women and their treatment is abysmally low, to say the least… This also includes educated and professional women and those who are financially independent, as they are then seen as intimidatory to the male ego :0 … Indian men are notorious for mis-treating their own women but projecting an extremely chivalrous and gentlemanly (almost servile) image to other non-Indian women, regardless of their education levels.. 131 more words

"Everyone wants to win Miss America, but not everyone wants the job"

Did you know that Indian American Nina Davuluri, Miss America 2014, suffered from bulimia, works for the Department of Education, and gave a talk at Yale University? 38 more words

Exhibition in US museum explores history of Indian-Americans

Indian-Americans are doctors, engineers, motel owners, taxi drivers and spelling bee champs — just a few takeaways from a new exhibition at the Smithsonian.

Looking closer, though, curators are probing the history behind certain cultural stereotypes of this population of 3.3 million Americans in a new exhibit. 524 more words

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Smithsonian Eyes Influences of Indian-Americans

WASHINGTON — Indian-Americans are doctors, engineers, motel owners, taxi drivers and spelling bee champs — just a few takeaways from a new exhibition at the Smithsonian. 576 more words

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