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NRIs buy 3 lakh ‘e-bricks’ to contribute to new Andhra Pradesh’s capital Amravati

HYDERABAD, (27 Oct, 2015): About three lakh ‘e-bricks’ were purchased by Telugu NRIs in the US on a single day to contribute to

GOPIO’s New York meeting seeks protection of NRIs’ properties in India

The Global organization of People of Indian Origin – New York chapter organized a community meeting where many issues of NRIs buying, selling

US stocks mostly up ahead of Fed statement

US stocks opened mostly higher Wednesday following strong Apple earnings as investors awaited a Federal Reserve policy statement

HCC expands presence in Texas Medical Center with groundbreaking for Coleman Educational Healthcare Facility

 

HOUSTON [October 27, 2015] – The only community college in the heart of the Texas Medical Center is about to make an

Houston Public Library to Host a Family Learning Celebration Day

A National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) and Toyota Family Learning Program

The Houston Public Library (HPL) will host a Family Learning Celebration

Sugar Land Opens First Universally Accessible Playground

 

Sugar Land, TX – The City of Sugar Land recently opened its first universally accessible playground at First Colony Athletic Park.

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Indian Festivals, Dussehra and Diwali at Skeeter’s Stadium bring to life Lord Rama’s ‘Victory of Good over Evil’

by Somdatta Gangopadhyay. Edited by Shobana Muratee

SUGAR LAND – This year’s Dussehra and Diwali festival at the Skeeters Stadium on Saturday, October

Bathukamma: A festival celebrating life, gaining popularity in Houston

HOUSTON: Bathukamma, “flowerful” festival of Dassera, was celebrated by record crowds at Sri Ashtalakshmi Temple on October 17th, 2015. This year’s

IAA and Pratham partner in bringing “Madan Mohan Remembered” to Houston

 

HOUSTON – The Indo-American Association (IAA) has been known to bring unique cultural arts events to Houston since 1993. Now, IAA is

Neil Bush’s Distinguished Lecture focuses on IACCGH’s 2016 Educational Initiative

 

by Manu Shah

A packed room of 140 members and guests welcomed Keynote Speaker Neil Bush at the Distinguished Lecture organized by