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Apple asks federal appeals court to overturn finding in antitrust case, or award new trial
Indian-Americans are more than just national spelling bee champs or motel owners. They are lawmakers, athletes and fashion designers. That's the message behind "Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation."