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Liberty Tax Opens Early for Obamacare Enrollment Health insurance agents ready to assist taxpayers from beginning to end

The Colony, TX (October 31, 2016) –Liberty Tax Service in The Colony will open Tuesday, November 1, with licensed health insurance agents available

UH President Khator appointed to Homeland Security Academic Advisory Council

US Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson announced the appointment of Renu Khator to the United States Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Academic

IACCGH hosts Power Lunch ‘Focusing Kerala for Business’

by Shobana Muratee HOUSTON – The Indo-American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Houston (IACCGH) hosted a Power Lunch on Thursday, October 13 at

Delightful Diwali celebrations with ‘Club 24’

by Shobana Muratee Diwali, the grand Indian Festival of Lights, was celebrated by Club 24 on Saturday, October 22, hosted by its members

“The Spirit of Diwali”

It is not often that talent and fame go hand-in-hand, but Kartik Trivedi has always marched forward extolling his dedication to art, while

CMS Details Outreach Campaign Strategy for Open Enrollment 2017

 

Better targeting and new tactics will connect with consumers, drive Open Enrollment success

Every year, the Administration gets better and more strategic

Fort Bend County voters break record for ballots cast on first day of early voting

 

 

Unofficial results point to record-breaking voter turnout in Fort Bend County following the first day of early voting Monday.

According to

Consular Camp at Sri Ashtalakshmi Temple real success

by Vijaya Rachapalli SUGAR LAND – The Consulate General of India had a one day Consular Camp at Sri Ashtalakshmi Temple on October

TAGH celebrates Bathukamma Festival with record crowds, colorful stages

by Rajender Aparasu HOUSTON – Bathukamma, a “flowerful” festival of Dassera, organized by the Telangana Association of Greater Houston (TAGH) attracted record crowds

BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha Holds Nationwide Voter Education and Registration Drives

 

 

 

STAFFORD – Every vote matters,” noted Viral Desai, a BAPS volunteer. Desai was ending his remarks at the weekly assembly