Articles about Raja Krishnamoorthi
22 Oct 2019World
United States President Donald Trump will celebrate Diwali at the White House on Thursday, three days before the festival of lights will be celebrated in India.
16 Sep 2019World
United States President Donald Trump will attend Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mega event in Houston, Texas, on September 22, the White House confirmed on Sunday.
17 Jan 2019World
Indian-American Democratic lawmaker Raja Krishnamoorthy was appointed as a member of a Congressional committee on intelligence yesterday.
08 Nov 2018World
Greeting people on the occasion of Diwali, US President Donald Trump said the festival of lights is a special opportunity to reflect on the bond of friendship between India and US.
02 Oct 2018World
Half a dozen influential US lawmakers, including four Indian-Americans, have moved a resolution in the US House of Representatives to posthumously award the prestigious Congressional Gold Medal to Mahatma Gandhi in recognition of his promotion of peace and non-violence.
19 Aug 2018World
A top Indian-American Congressman, Raja Krishnamoorthi, said he is "horrified" by the destruction and loss of life caused by the severe floods in Kerala, saying the "unimaginable" human cost of the tragedy is felt by families across India and world.
25 Apr 2018World
Influential lawmakers and representatives of the American IT industry, including Facebook, have opposed the Trump administration's proposed plan to withdraw work permits to H-4 visa holders, who are spouses of H-1B visa holders.
22 Apr 2018World
A record number of 20 Indian Americans are running for US Congressional elections this year.
07 Jun 2017World
Two US lawmakers, Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi and Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, have slammed CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota for 'racist' remarks against Indian-American Spelling Bee winner Ananya Vinay.
05 Jun 2017World
A CNN anchor is under fire for 'racist' comments against 12-year-old Ananya Vinay, Indian-origin winner of the 2017 American Spelling Bee.
16 May 2017World
The Indian diaspora in the US really seems to be living the American dream. Having gathered numerical and economical clout over time, Indians have started to figure prominently in the power corridors in Washington DC.