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Humanitarian crisis looms as Sierra Leone deaths reach 400

Aid workers in Sierra Leone warned of a humanitarian crisis on Friday as the official death toll passed 400, with more

‘Lawsuits will be as convenient as online shopping!’ China launches first ‘cyber court’ to handle e-commerce disputes in virtual courtrooms

China has launched its first ‘cyber court’ today in a bid to keep up with the number of mobile

‘Islamic terrorism’ must stop, Trump says after Spain attacks

US President Donald Trump on Friday said the world must use “whatever means necessary” to stop “radical Islamic terrorism,” after twin

Bannon out as Trump chief strategist

President Donald Trump on Friday finally parted ways with controversial far-right chief strategist Steve Bannon, after weeks of speculation and as

Murdoch son donates $1 million to anti-hate crime group in Trump rebuke

James Murdoch, the chief executive of 21st Century Fox whose father Rupert has been a Donald Trump ally, criticized the US

View the Solar Eclipse at the Central Library

WHAT: The historic solar eclipse can be viewed from the Houston Public Library’s Central Library.  This is part of the Library’s STEM Program

Retirement Housing Facility in Aliana

A welcomed addition for residents 

Ashton Gray Development (AGD) has launched a long overdue project to meet the demand of Houston’s vast (and

Iyer heads $2.1m grant for UH Biotech Program to expand nationally

HOUSTON – An innovative approach integrating classroom instruction and research at the University of Houston will be spread to five colleges and universities

India’s Consul General in Houston praises US veterans on India’s Independence Day

HOUSTON (August 16, 2017) PTI – Lauding the contributions of US veterans, a top Indian diplomat here said the Indian community is grateful

Indian Tricolor flies high at India House, Houston

by Shobana Muratee HOUSTON- Over a 100 Indian Americans gathered on the lawns of India House community center on West Bellfort at 10:30