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Pakistani Assemblywoman: Girls’ Education Key to Ending Terrorism
Oct 22, 2012
 Editor’s Note: The attempted assassination of Malala Yousufzai, the 15-year-old Pakistani girl being treated in a hospital in Britain after she was shot in the head by the Taliban Oct. 9 for championing girls’ education, has united her country like...
Pak-Am Rapper Slams Taliban Over Girl's Shooting
Oct 16, 2012
Editor’s note: Tens of thousands of people rallied in Karachi, Pakistan over the weekend in the largest show of support yet for a 14-year-old girl who was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman on Oct. 9 for speaking...
Rapper Slams Taliban Over Girl's Shooting
Oct 15, 2012
Editor’s note: Tens of thousands of people rallied in Karachi, Pakistan over the weekend in the largest show of support yet for a 14-year-old girl who was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman on Oct. 9 for speaking...
Indian American Talent Flourishes on Fall TV
Sep 25, 2012
 Writer-actress-producer Mindy Kaling, best known till now as Kelly on the Emmy-winning FOX comedy “The Office” and the author of a New York Times best-selling memoir, will navigate the singles scene as the star of “The Mindy Project,” premiering Sept....
From Arab Spring to Autumn Rage: The Dark Power of Social Media
Sep 14, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO--In 2010 Time Magazine’s prestigious Person of the Year title went to two individuals. While its readers picked Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, Time’s editors picked Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook. “Facebook is now the third largest country on...
DNC Message to Asian Americans: Go Vote
Sep 06, 2012
 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Asian Americans can be a force to reckon with only if a majority of them exercise their right to vote in the upcoming election, according to Asian elected officials at the Democratic National Convention.Asian Americans are the...
DNC Convention: Asian American Voters Need to Go Vote
Sep 05, 2012
 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — While Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (APPI) can be the force to reckon with only if majority of them exercise their right to vote in the coming election, according to AAPI elected officials here. APPIs are the...
Indian Americans Most Educated, Richest, Says Pew Report
Jul 02, 2012
Indian Americans are the most educated population in the United States, with more than 80 percent holding college or advanced degrees, stated a report released June 19 by the Pew Research Center.Indians Americans also have the highest income levels, earning...
The Big Chill - the Coolness of Loverboy Barack Obama
May 08, 2012
Barack Obama, I thought you were different.It turns out that at 22, you were just like, well any other 22-year-old man.Obama was “sexually warm” but “emotionally cool” says Genevieve Cook, an early girlfriend in a much publicized article in Vanity...
Nuclear Scenario Belies Iran-Saudi Relationship
Mar 15, 2012
 To listen to politicians and pundits in Washington, Iran and Saudi Arabia are on the verge of war. Conventional wisdom in Washington claims the reason is Iran’s “nuclear weapons program,” viewed as a “threat” by leaders in both Tel Aviv...
Child Poverty Study: APA Reality Belies “Model Minority” Stereotype
Mar 06, 2012
NEW YORK--Filipinos have lowest poverty level among Asian Pacific American (APA) children in New York City (NYC), according to a report released last month by the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF).Poverty estimates put Filipino children at 3.3...
Pakistan Has Always Been a Negative Identity: Aatish Taseer
Jan 11, 2012
 The place is full of gangs, kidnappings, parricides, rapes, murders, you name it. So when someone says Islamic revolution, it brings to mind something terribly organised. But nothing as organised as that can come out of this chaos. Islam hides...
Seniors Need Second Stimulus, Says Group
New America Media/Black Voice News, News Report, Linnie Frank Bailey , May 09, 2010
Seniors are an overlooked in President Obama's stimulus package, even though they are staying in the workforce longer than in years past.
Stimulus Funds Bypass Communities With Dirty Water
New America Media, Investigation, Ngoc Nguyen, May 06, 2010
A New America Media investigation reveals that federal stimulus funds designed to clean up California's drinking water have bypassed most communities whose water is too toxic to drink.
Pakistani Americans Largely Unaware of Stimulus Opportunities
New America Media/Daily Khabrain, News Analysis, Mohsin Zaheer, Apr 24, 2010
The Pakistani community is in the dark when it comes to the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), better known as the stimulus package signed into a law by President Obama in February 2009.
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Obama Wants 'New Relationship' with Pakistan
Pakistan Link, News Report, Akhtar Mahmud Faruqui, Mar 19, 2010
The US Ambassador to Pakistan says that Pakistan-US ties are getting better and significant changes are in the offing in an exclusive interview with Pakistan Link.
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Muslim Teen Fired for Wearing Headscarf, Files Complaint
India West, News Report, Sunita Sohrabji, Mar 05, 2010
A 19-year-old Muslim teen, allegedly fired by retail clothing giant Abercrombie and Fitch for refusing to remove her headscarf at work, filed a complaint Feb. 23 with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Winning the Afghanistan War in Pakistan
Mosaic Intelligence Report, Video , Jamal Dajani, Feb 22, 2010
Why did Pakistani newspapers and televisions downplay the recent successes against Al-Qaeda and Taliban, being touted as evidence of successful U.S.-Pakistani cooperation?
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U.S. Drone Missile Kills Filipino Bomber in Pakistan
Inquirer.net, News Report, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Jan 22, 2010
Filipino Abdul Basit Usman, an alleged demolition expert for the Abu Sayyaf, and wanted by the U.S. for $1M is believed killed in a drone strike in Pakistan.
Could Pakistan's NorthWest Frontier Province Become Afghania?
Pakistan Link, Commentary, Dr. Mohammad Taqi , Jan 18, 2010
The North-West Frontier Province along the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan has been considering a name change. But agreeing on a name is tough in an area with fierce tribal loyalties.
Reframe the Nigerian Terrorist Debate
KenyaImagine, Commentary, Aboyeji E. Iyinoluwa, Dec 31, 2009
An Nigerian man argues that the war on terror has failed because developed countries insist on keeping brown and black terrorists away from their borders, rather that treat terrorism as a global menace.

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