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Cost of cutting corners: US kids with lead poisoning

by Mira OBERMAN

CHICAGO, AFP, 1/8/2016 – The children of Flint, Michigan, are paying the price for a cost-cutting measure that

Trousers go baggy as Paris men’s fashion gets supersized

 

Paris (AFP) – The world is about to go all baggy.

As stock markets tumble and economists

As dance music booms, top club bets on Macau over New York

 

House music was made in America, but as the dance scene increasingly goes mainstream a leading club is placing

Virtual reality takes porn ‘to the next level’

 

Las Vegas (AFP) – Just ask Anna Lee: Woody Allen’s Orgasmatron, his then-futuristic vision of self-initiated sex

Foundation for India Studies participates in 22nd MLK Grande Parade

Held in Midtown, Houston on January 18th, 2016

HOUSTON, TX. (January, 18, 2016) – Under fabulous sunny skies, a

Historic collaboration signing event: Rice University to offer regular programs in Jain studies

On January 17, 2016, an historic collaboration between Rice University and Jain Society of Houston signing ceremony took place for establishing a Bhagwaan

India’s cleanest village: No plastic, paths decorated with flowers

 

In the tiny hamlet of Mawlynnong in India’s far north east, plastic is banned and spotless paths are lined with

Sri Meenakshi Temple celebrates Pongal Sankranthi and Anadal Kalyanam

by Nachal Sethuraman and Kamala Raghavan;

PEARLAND The twin celebration of Pongal and Andal Kalyanam occurs at the end of Dhanur Masa (Marghazi)

IACF’s new leadership to work on 3 Es: Energize, Expand and Empower

SUGAR LAND, TX – The Indo-American Charity Foundation (IACF) held its first Board meeting of 2016 on January 14 at the Madras Pavilion

Indian Americans at the 2016 Houston Marathon

It was a cool but crisp 40 degrees at 7 AM at start of the race at Houston Marathon. The temperature stayed in