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Houston Maharashtra Mandal celebrate Holi – The Festival of Colors

by Megha Ozarker HOUSTON – On 20 March, 2016 Houston Maharashtra Mandal (HMM) celebrated Holi/Rangapanchmi at Bear Creek Park in Houston. HMM Committee

Students to Compete at 2016 Texas Science and Engineering Fair in San Antonio

AUSTIN – More than 1,200 Texas middle and high school students will present their outstanding projects at the 2016 Texas Science and Engineering

Register now for the “People’s Law School”


Once again, it is time for the “People’s Law School,” the oldest and most successful law program for the layperson in the

TiE Houston Rice Business Plan Competition

Houston Rice Business Plan Competition Social Kick-off at Carrabbas – April 13th, 2016

Join us to welcome Gert Trekels Co-Founder of Eventigrate and

IT Serve Houston Chapter meeting

by Damodhara Jammli (DJ) HOUSTON, TX: ITServe Alliance hosted key speakers during March 2016 monthly meet. ITServe Alliance is a largest association of

Six million Americans have lead-tainted water in homes, schools: report

WASHINGTON, 3/17/2016 – Some six million Americans have drinking water tainted with higher levels of lead than allowed by US federal guidelines, the

Vaccine against dengue virus is 100 percent effective: study

by Kerry SHERIDAN MIAMI | AFP | 3/16/2016 – An experimental vaccine against dengue, the world’s most common mosquito-borne virus, was 100 percent

‘Kanavu Variyam’ Remi award winning Tamil film’s World premiere at WorldFest-Houston on April 9th

Arun Chidambaram’s ‘Kanavu Variyam (Dream Factory)’ wins the Prestigious Remi Award. This award will be given in the 49th WorldFest Houston International Film

Adrian Romoff beats Arnav Krishna to win Lifetime’s $100,000 ‘Child Genius’ contest

Child prodigy Adrian Romoff, who skipped six grades in school, entering his sophomore year of high school at just 10 years old, has

White House candidates talk like school kids: study

New York -When stumping for the White House, the leading candidates in the US presidential race use words and grammar typical of children