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         Indian Asian Americans:     more books (100)
  1. Underemployment Among Asians in the United States: Asian Indian, Filipino, and Vietnamese Workers (Garland Studies in the History of American Labor) by Anna B. Madamba, 1998-04-01
  2. Living Our Religions: Hindu and Muslim South Asian-American Women Narrate Their Experiences by Anjana Narayan, Bandana Purkayastha, 2008-11
  3. Three American Literatures: Essays in Chicano, Native American and Asian American Literature for Teachers of American Literature by A. Baker, 1982-09
  4. The Asian Indian Experience in the United States
  5. New Ethnics: Asian Indians in the United States
  6. Passage from India: Asian Indian Immigrants in North America by Joan M. Jensen, 1988-09-10
  7. Transplanting Religious Traditions: Asian Indians in America by John Y. Fenton, 1988-10-06
  8. Asian Indians in Michigan (Discovering the People of Michigan) by Arthur W. Helweg, 2002-12
  9. Work Roles, Gender Roles, and Asian Indian Immigrant Women in the United States (Women's Studies) by Arpana Sircar, 2000-01
  10. The Asian Indian Elderly in America: An Examination of Values, Family, and Life Satisfaction (Garland Studies on the Elderly in America) by Jyotsna Mirle Kalavar, 1998-05-01
  11. Asian Indians in the United States: A 1980 Census Profile (Papers of the East-West Population Institute) by Peter Xenos, 1989-07
  12. Doing the Desi Thing: Performing Indianness in New York City (Studies in Asian Americans) by Sunita Sunder Mukhi, 2000-05-17
  13. American Karma: Race, Culture, and Identity in the Indian Diaspora (Qualitative Studies in Psychology) by Sunil Bhatia, 2007-08-01
  14. When Borne Across: Literary Cosmopolitics in the Contemporary Indian Novel (South Asian Studies) by Bishnupriya Ghosh, 2004-01-06

61. Welcome To California Oriya Community
Representing people from Orissa, and those who speak the Oriya language.

62. What Is The Update On The Population Of African Americans?
Groups Racial Groups who are classified according to obvious physical characteristics, e.g. skin color US Racial Minority Groups Blacks, American Indian, Asian Americans

63. 2010 NetIP Conference Seattle
Network of Indian Professionals.

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The NetIP is the premier South Asian professional networking organization in North America. Today, the organization has a reach of over 350,000 people between its chapters, members, subscribers, radio show, alliance partners and social media. NetIP is the unequivocal voice for an emerging group of South Asians who excel in every aspect of western society, from business to politics to the arts. The organization focuses on four main pillars: Professional Development, Cultural Awareness, Community Service, and Political Awareness. Learn more at Unique by Nature. We're unique, you know. As South Asian professionals living in North America, we have so much more in common than we realize or appreciate. The NetIP Annual Conference is an occasion that brings us together once a year in a meaningful way to celebrate these very bonds of common heritage.
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  • Exploring and learning at Keynotes, Panel Sessions, and Skill Workshops

64. Minority-Owned Businesses
Based on 1992 statistics, Chinese Americans owned 22 percent of these businesses; Korean Americans, 15 percent; Native Americans, 13 percent; Indian (Asian) Americans
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partnerships, and subchapter S corporations. Standard C corporations, which include publicly traded companies, were not included in these estimates because their ownership tends to be more dispersed. These 2.15 million minority-owned businesses together recorded 1992 sales in excess of $200 billion, or approximately 3 percent of U.S. gross domestic product at that time. The average minority business employed seven people. Local evidence from areas with large minority populations, such as southern California, where in some counties the count of Hispanic businesses reportedly doubled between 1992 and 1997, suggested that the number and value of minority businesses continues to rise briskly. Early estimates from the 1997 Economic Census suggested that the number of minority businesses was growing at better than twice the rate of white-owned businesses, indicating a 67 percent jump in minority businesses for the five-year period. Based on these estimates, by 1997 there were approximately 3.6 million minority-owned businesses, or close to 15 percent of all businesses, with Asian- and Hispanic-owned enterprises growing the fastest. Revenues at these companies are fast approaching $500 billion and total employment is close to 4 million workers.

65. Welcome To The Probasi, Bengali Community Of Greater Charlotte, NC
Bengali community organization serving greater Charlotte area.

66. Introduction Tony Carnes And Fenggang Yang
Indian Asian Americans are more religious than Indians in India? the largest Asian American college and university student organizations are religious? tens ofthousands ofAsian

67. Indian Student Association, Associations, ISA, Indian Student Organizations, Edu
A complete listing of Asian Indian student associations in the US.
Listings Home Sitemap Temples Gurudwaras ... Newspapers Hot Spots Finance India Links Immigration Insurance ... Call Home Society Adoption Charities Talent Movies ... Book Shelf Personal Ask-A-Desi Chat and Blog Homepages Insurance ... Classifieds About Us Contact Us Submit Register Search ... Advertise to NRIs Adverts GaramChai? Indian Student Associations (ISA s) in North America Indian Student Associations Welcome to the most conclusive list of Indian Student Associations, ISAs and Asian associations of students in North America. Select from the states below to view the complete listings of student associations. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you don't see your school listed. The individual associations are responsible for their links. Please click on the appropriate state to go to the actual listing. Alternatively, you may go to the regional page listing :

68. Guidance For The National Healthcare Disparities Report
Their sample sizes are also too small to supply data on disparities for such racial and ethnic subpopulations as Chinese, Korean, and Indian Asian Americans (Reilly, 2002~.

69. Indiaexpress Network
Covering all News Events, Entertainment News, Movie and Music reviews, also Live Cricket Coverage

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71. Little India: One Nation Under Little India, Largest Indian Publication In USA
Little India is a monthly feature magazine focusing on overseas Indian life.

72. Am I At Risk For Type 2 Diabetes?
Because of the high risk of diabetes among some minority groups, about half of the DPP participants were African American, Native Alaskan, American Indian, Asian Americans, Pacific
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* My Hope through research * For more information * What is diabetes type 2? Diabetes is a disease in which blood glucose levels are above normal. People with diabetes are problems converting food to energy. After a meal the food is broken down into sugar, called Glucose is transported by blood to the body's cells. The cells use the hormone Insulin, produced by the pancreas to help glucose to energy. People develop type 2 diabetes because the cells in muscle, liver and fat do not use insulin properly. In the end, not the pancreas does not produce NOK insulin to meet the needs of the body.

73. Welcome To Talent World
Caters to talented Indian/Pakistani and other ethnic communities in the areas of fashion, film, music and writing.
" Talent Meets IT Gurus" Networking Party to start from April 6th 2007 in New Jersey. This party will have live bands playing funk jazz and soul music. Showcasing of Talent! Bring your instruments or come dance and sing! It is going to be a wild party all night. If you have the energy, you should display it on the floor. Door: $45 per person, includes food, drinks. Come looking fabulous. Venue and date and time will be announced! An iPod will be given to the the lucky winner. Sponsorship Info! Archives of 2002 Reserve your Place! A rchives Piano Lessons in New Jersey Miss India Tri-State Beauty Contest winners! TalentMatch Party: Spons. IOR Tech Corp. More Info Are you a member of Talent World ... Join and find out! Read about those who have delved and stirred their lives with all that is attainable, some seem to be on the verge of achieving what they passionately believe in. Take a peek. View PDF. AASHNA has been known for her versatile fervor in the media industry, a person who has the methods and the tricks of that trade to enmesh her career making her debut from Canada to San Diego. She is either inaugurating with a national anthem at packed stadiums or creating her on brand of music CDs. It is about time she makes waves on the East Coast.

74. Graduate Study
1759; history of religions; Jewish history; history of Christianity; comparative history; U.S. AfroAmerican, American diplomatic, American West, American Indian, Asian Americans
Graduate Study For applicants, the following includes admissions information and a brief outline of the graduate degree program(s) offered. Official, specific degree requirements, including language requirements, are detailed in Program Requirements for UCLA Graduate Degrees, available at the Graduate Division website, In many cases, even more detailed guidelines may be outlined in Announcements and other publications available from the schools, departments, and programs and included on their websites. Graduate Degrees The Department of History offers the Master of Arts (M.A.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in History. Admission M.A./Ph.D. in History For admission to the graduate programs, applicants normally should have completed the undergraduate major or its equivalent, received a Bachelor of Arts degree or its equivalent from an accredited college or university, and maintained at least a B+ average in upper division work. Three letters of recommendation and the scores of the General Test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) must be submitted to the department. Applicants to the Ph.D. program are urged to seek an interview or to correspond with a member of the History Department faculty in the field in which they intend to work. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) examination is required of international applicants whose first language is not English. Applicants may also be admitted with subject deficiencies, but such deficiencies must be removed by completing courses that are in addition to those required for the degree program. Applicants who have had a year or more of graduate study at other institutions should have attained a grade-point average of 3.5 or better (on a 4.0 scale) if they wish to work toward the Ph.D. degree.

75. IndiaPost - Voice Of Indians Worldwide
On-line version of India Post, a newsweekly newspaper geared towards Indian-Americans. News from around the world. BollyWood, movie reviews, and matrimonials. Updated daily.
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India calls for satisfactory conclusion of Doha round of WTO
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Ila Arun, western theatre artists adapt Ibsen into folklore
November 12, 2010 0 Comment Ila+Arun%2C+western+theatre+artists+adapt+Ibsen+into+folklore ghanshyam ... NEW DELHI: Folklore from various parts of India will feature in plays starring Bollywood personalities such... Read more
Kings XI moves HC challenging BCCI decision to scrap franchise
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77. IAALV - Home
Pennsylvania cultural and social organization presents its programs and events, membership information, photos, and community information.
.:: Anual Diwali celeberation is on Nov 13, 2010. Learn more.. The Indian American Association of the Lehigh Valley, IAALV, founded in 1972 is a cultural, educational, social, and community service, non-profit organization serving and representing the Indian-Americans in the Lehigh Valley for more than thirty years. Shabana Pathan Realtor IAALV Sound System
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78. Desi In US - Desi Home In Net World
Site related to Indians in America. Contains news, blog, online shopping store, humor, remittance, deals information, calling cards, etc.

79. South Asian Women's Forum (SAWF) Home Page
South Asian Women s Forum. Linking Hearts Connecting Minds. A Site By Indian Women For Indian Men And Women!
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Advertise on Sawf. Personalized and focused advertisement for 5 cents per click. Details Sawf Weekly Ezine Monday, Dec 8, 2008 Web Happy New Year 2009 Happy New Year 2009 By - Sophia Azaz Food for Thought Poisonous Plants of India By - Anand K Bhatt Health Two drugs can help in fight against fat: study Book Review Saadat Hasan Manto's 'Naked Voices: Stories and Sketches' translated by Rakhshanda Jalil By - Anjana Basu Book Review The Simians of South Block and the Yum Yum Piglets by Ranjit Lal By - Anjana Basu Earlier on Connect -Back Issues- 15 Dec 2008 8 Dec 2008 25 Feb 2008 28 Jan 2008 14 Jan 2008 31 Dec 2007 17 Dec 2007 26 Nov 2007 12 Nov 2007 29 Oct 2007 8 Oct 2007 24 Sep 2007 10 Sep 2007 26 Mar 2007 19 Mar 2007 5 Mar 2007 26 Feb 2007 19 Feb 2007 5 Feb 2007 16 Oct 2006 18 Sep 2006 14 Aug 2006 7 Aug 2006 31 Jul 2006 24 Jul 2006 17 Jul 2006 10 Jul 2006 3 Jul 2006 26 Jun 2006 19 Jun 2006 12 Jun 2006 5 Jun 2006 29 May 2006 22 May 2006 8 May 2006 1 May 2006 24 Apr 2006 10 Apr 2006 3 Apr 2006 27 Mar 2006 20 Mar 2006 13 Mar 2006 6 Mar 2006 27 Feb 2006 20 Feb 2006 13 Feb 2006 6 Feb 2006 23 Jan 2006 16 Jan 2006 26 Dec 2005 12 Dec 2005 5 Dec 2005 28 Nov 2005 21 Nov 2005 14 Nov 2005 31 Oct 2005 17 Oct 2005 3 Oct 2005 19 Sep 2005 5 Sep 2005 22 Aug 2005 8 Aug 2005 18 Jul 2005 04 Jul 2005 20 June 2005 6 June 2005 16 May 2005 19 Apr 2005 4 Apr 2005 21 Mar 2005 7 Mar 2005 21 Feb 2005

80. Welcome To
Portal dedicated to the Indian and Pakistani community located in the Chicago area. Features a news and events calendar, as well as an entertainment guide. Provides tourist information and offers visitors the chance to send virtual postcards.
This website is now closed. It may come back online in the future… For now I have no plans to resurrect it. Thanks for the years of support. Asif (Webmaster)

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