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Suffocated, crushed: 22 killed in Mumbai bridge stampede

A stampede on an overcrowded Mumbai railway bridge lashed by a monsoon storm killed at least 22 people Friday and raised

Rohingya women, children perish in sea voyage from Myanmar

Shona Miah wept as he gently closed the lifeless eyes of his three tiny daughters, young Rohingya refugees he could not

Drs. Pallavi and Kiran Patel’s pledge $200M to NSU – First of its kind transformational gift

Patel Family Foundation includes a

$50 million gift and an additional $150 million real estate and facility investment in a future 325,000

Sherine Thomas receives Quartet of Stars award

AUSTIN, Texas – Sherine Thomas, Executive County Attorney of Travis County, Austin, Texas has been honored to receive the most prestigious Quartet Of

Wheels of independence are set in motion

The war in Europe was having an impact in India. The Congress Working Committee found itself unable to accept in its

Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital’s Malisha Patel Named One of the Top 15 Business Women in Houston

 

 

 

HOUSTON (Sept. 21, 2017) – Malisha Patel, VP of Operations at Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital, was recognized as one of

VSGH’s first Durga Puja of the season draws record crowds

by Sanchali Basu In the aftermath of the havoc created by hurricane Harvey, Houstonians were looking up to God for help and relent.

Sri MTS celebrates Suvasini Puja

by Kamala Raghavan Suvasini Puja is traditionally conducted at MTS on the first Friday of Navaratri festival every year, and this

Mahatma Gandhi Week 2017 Annual Speech Contest

Mohandas K Gandhi also known as ‘Mahatma Gandhi’ and more fondly “Bapu” in India, was a believer of non-violence who fought for India’s

SIMA’s timely aid to Harvey victimes

HOUSTON – Due to the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, many residents of Houston and surrounding areas suffered irreparable damages to their lives including