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FBISD to host an auxiliary job fair, community invited

FORT BEND ISD (June 19, 2018) – Fort Bend ISD is seeking qualified, experienced individuals to join the District and will

Rosenberg woman convicted gets two years for aggravated assault

ROSENBERG – Eliza Lazarra Ford was convicted by a jury of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon on June 7, 2018 before being

Puri Jagannatha Dham royals visit Houston

by Arati Pati This was their first visit to Houston. Gajapati Maharaja Dibyasingha Deb and Maharani Leelabati Pattamahadevi of Puri Jagannatha Dham recently

Yoga Therapy Seminar at Arya Samaj Houston

Patanjali Yogpeeth (USA) and Arya Samaj Houston jointly hosted a two-day intensive seminar on Yoga Therapy as a Life Style Medicine. Shekhar Agrawal

21 Democratic attorneys general demand end to immigration policy of separating families at border

by Monsy Alvarado NORTH JERSEY June 19, 2018 – Democratic attorneys general from 20 states and the District of Columbia on Tuesday demanded

Dr. Zachariah honored at American Heart Association 2018 Heart Ball

by Ajay Ghosh FT. LAUDERDALE, Florida – Dr. Zachariah ‘Zach’ P. Zachariah, one of the nation’s leading cardiologists, Medical Director of UHealth Cardiology

Somen Debnath visits Houston on his World Bicycle Tour for HIV/AIDS and Indian culture

by Partha S. Chatterjee Somen Debnath, the humanist, is on a World Bicycle Tour for HIV/AIDS awareness and to bring exposure

Top Cybersecurity expert Anup Ghosh joins Accenture Security

ARLINGTON, VA; June 13 – Accenture today announced the appointment of industry veteran and cybersecurity expert, Dr. Anup Ghosh, as managing director in

Teens’ sleep quantity and quality may affect their cardiovascular risk

BOSTON, MA – Led by MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC), the study looked at 829 participants with an average age of 13 who

Why You Need Uninsured (UM)/Underinsured Motorist (UIM) to Protect Yourself

Family Law and Personal Injury

There are many types of auto insurance from minimal to full coverage, to protect your damages. Most states,