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Which Countries Win the International Mathematical Olympiads

I was asked on twitter how students of Indian origin do in the maths equivalent of the US spelling bee contests. (I had written a… 616 more words

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10 things that an Indian student studying in US can relate to

  • Bland food

We all craved for eating food that we see on sitcoms or movies. But when you eat the food here for the first time then the only word that comes to mind is BLAND!! 119 more words

Look who's just bagged a junior minister's post in the new UK govt

Indian-origin MP Alok Sharma named Parliamentary under secretary of state at the foreign and commonwealth office

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British lawmaker Alok Sharma has been named Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), becoming the second Indian- origin minister in Prime Minister Theresa May’s Cabinet. 385 more words

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This website aims to chronicle the Sikh contribution to WWI

UK Punjab Heritage Association launches empirefaithwar.com as part of a wider three-year project to coincide with the centenary of the Battle of Somme on July 1, 1916 — described as the bloodiest battle of the Great War… 475 more words

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Australian cricket's next big thing

Meet Arjun Nair, the Canberra-born son of Indian immigrants who has taken the junior cricket ranks of New South Wales by storm

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This Indian American teen is the rising star of American table tennis

At 16, California native Kanak Jha is the youngest male to represent the sport in the forthcoming Rio Olympics

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He can easily pass off as just another American teen going to school and playing sports. 454 more words

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How a Texan teen is taking LED bulbs to the poor

Meera Vashisht, a 13-year-old Indian-origin girl living in the US, raises Rs 1.4 lakh through crowdfunding

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When Meera Vashisht learnt about India’s ‘Unnat Jyoti by Affordable LEDs for all’ (UJALA) programme while working on her 7th-class science project in her hometown Texas in the US, she began to think whether it would be really possible for the country’s underprivileged to replace their incandescent bulbs with LED lamps that are over seven times as expensive? 403 more words

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