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Creator of ‘American Dream’ for Indian Nurses Honored

by Jeemon Ranny. Joseph Chacko, CEO of TRAVISA Tours & Travels who was instrumental in starting the enblock migration of Indian Nurses to



A radiant star has risen on the dance firmament, brightening the world with her electrifying presence. She is US born

Spectacular Janmashtami celebrations by the Hindus of Greater Houston

The new academic year in Houston begins with the 27th grand annual Janmashtami celebrations by the Hindus of Greater Houston. We invite all

HMSL Hospital Offering Free Flu Shots to benefit Santa’s Exchange

SUGAR LAND—(August 19, 2016)—With fall around the corner and the holiday season not far behind, Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is once again

Visit, programs of Prince of Wales are boycotted

During the latter part of 1920 Gandhi advocated a triple boycott. He wanted an absolute boycott of the Government and all

Top US medical group blasts EpiPen’s ‘exorbitant’ costs

Miami, United States | AFP | Wednesday 8/24/2016 – 13:29 GMT-6 | 509 words

ADDS quotes from White House, Hillary Clinton

by Kerry

Kindred to close another Houston-area hospital, cut more than 200 jobs

by Olivia Pulsinelli Houston Business Journal Aug 22, 2016

Kentucky-based Kindred Healthcare Inc. (NYSE: KND) has announced its second Houston hospital closure within

Newspaper says it uncovered KFC’s secret recipe

Is the secret KFC recipe a secret no more?

A US newspaper says it may have inadvertently stumbled upon the closely guarded blend

US kids eat 3x times too much added sugar: health group

MIAMI, | AFP | US children eat three times as much added sugar as they should, a leading US health group said Monday,

Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: large study

by Kerry SHERIDAN MIAMI, United States | AFP | 8/23/2016 – Youths who suffer traumatic brain injuries such as concussions are more likely