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Kerala Journalist and MLA receives Media Excellence Award in Houston

HOUSTON – India Press Club of North America, Houston Chapter held its 6th Annual Media Excellence Award honoring the best media reporters and

Panchchaturam – A dance presentation on Nava Vidha Bhakti

by Vidvatha Sridhar and Tara Narasimhan Panchchaturam was a breathtaking production conceptualized, researched and choreographed by Smt. Priya Murle that explained the role

Missouri City Council Members approve strategic code enforcement ordinances

MISSOURI CITY, TX — City Council Members recently approved a pair of code enforcement ordinances that are related policies and procedures, and will

Fort Bend ISD police implement body-camera program

RICHMOND (FBISD News) – Seven years ago, David Rider made a goal when he became chief of police of the Fort Bend ISD

Masked person robs woman of gold necklace in Aliana

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office deputies are asking for the public’s help in identifying a person who stole a woman’s necklace in Fort

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital Earns Sixth Consecutive “A” Grade for Patient Safety

SUGAR LAND – (Dec. 1, 2016) – Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital received its sixth consecutive “A” for patient safety in

St. Thomas Cathedral in Stafford serves Thanksgiving Lunch to the needy

STAFFORD, TX – St. Thomas Mission, the out-reach ministry of St. Thomas Orthodox Cathedral, Stafford, Texas under the south-west diocese of Malankara Orthodox

India House Cricket Tournament

by Ravi Ozarker India House has organized more than 200 professional cricket games in the year 2016! Starting their first cricketing session a

The Elegancy of Kaishika Dwadashi Sangeetharchana enthralls MTS Devotees

Chittoor Ramachandran Among the periodic rituals Sri Meenakshi Temple conducts on special auspicious days, the annual Kaishika Dwadashi Sangeetharchana particularly fascinates many devotees.

Nathan Kuravackal wins National STEM Video Game Challenge

by Katy Svehaug November 14, 2016 With only one level to go before receiving his black belt, 11-year-old Nathan Kuravackal drew on his