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Sunnyvale Complex Settles Anti-Indian Bias Suit

India West, Posted: Sep 02, 2008

The owner and manager of a large Sunnyvale, Calif., apartment complex have settled a housing discrimination suit for$100,000, which alleged that Indian American tenants had been segregated into a less-desirable section of the property. The suit alleged that the pair refused to rent the more desirable cathedral ceiling apartments at Remington Grove to Indian Americans. One of the reasons for placing certain sections of the apartment complex off limits to Indian Americans was that they cooked food that stinks up the place.

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