Arul Louis

Arul Louis

About Arul Louis

The author a New York-based journalist, is a non-resident Senior Fellow of the Society for Policy Studies

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Two Indian American journalists win Pulitzer, including one for exposing China's Muslim detention camps

Indian-origin journalist Megha Rajagopalan has won America's top journalism award, the Pulitzer Prize, for innovative investigative reports harnessing satellite technology that exposed China's mass detention of Muslims

BJP most popular party among Indian Americans, but most critical of government

While the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is the most popular Indian political party among the Indian diaspora in the US, a majority is critical of the Modi government's policies despite showing overall strong support for the nation, according to a new study. Support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi personally however remains undimmed

India will remain second-fastest growing economy; expected to grow at 8.3%

The World Bank has forecast that the Indian economy would grow by 8.3 per cent during the current fiscal year, an increase of nearly 3 per cent from its January projection, but lower than the April estimate by almost 2 per cent

UNSC backs Guterres for second term as Secretary-General

The UN Security Council on Tuesday recommended Antonio Guterres, who is running unopposed, for a second term as the Secretary-General ensuring his re-election

Maldives Foreign Minister Shahid elected UNGA president defeating Afghan nominee

In an electoral battle of two South Asian countries, Maldives Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid has defeated Afghanistan's nominee to become the next president of the UN General Assembly

US threatens tariff war against India in retaliation against digital tax

The US tariff war against India has been reinvigorated by President Joe Biden threatening to increase import duties on a range of imports -- from prawns and Basmati to furniture and jewellery -- in retaliation for New Delhi imposing digital services tax (DS) on tech giants

US sending Covid vaccines to India, Harris tells Modi

US Vice President Kamala Harris has told Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the Biden administration will be sending COVID-19 vaccines to India in what was likely their first interaction

UNGA president 'saddened' by India's response to his Kashmir statements, calls it 'regrettable'

United Nations General Assembly President Volkan Bozkir is “saddened” by India's reaction to his statements on Kashmir, according to his Deputy Spokesperson Amy Quantrill, and found it "regrettable" that they were taken out of context

Pentagon condoles death of Indian American newspaper editor

Tejinder Singh, the founder editor of the Washington-based India America Today newspaper has died, according to a tweet from the ethnic publication. On Tuesday, Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby paid fulsome tributes to Singh calling him “a real gentleman, good reporter, damn good reporter.”

Indian American tech company admits to H1-B visa fraud involving Indians

An Indian-American technology company has admitted to committing fraud to bring Indians on the coveted H1-B visas to the US, according to a federal prosecutor

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