Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2015’

  • Desitv 201

    Desi TV Duniya

    Gopal brainwashes Nandu on Balika Vadhu Colors’ television show Balika Vadhu is all set to gear up with a high power drama to keep audiences glued to their screens. On one hand, Amol will be able to stand on his feet while Gehna will finally …

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  • Immigration Q & A

    Immigration Q & A January 2015

    Author by Edward Boreth Q. I came to the US with my husband and children almost 20 years ago on a visitor visa. My visa has long ago expired and I have no other immigration status. My daughter is now married and recently got her …

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  • Raising Confident Cultured Child

    Raising Confident, Cultured Child

    Author by Rina Shah The Arpan Group   For first generation South Asian parents, raising children to be aware of their heritage can be daunting. The very task of raising confident, engaged, and academically inclined children is hard enough. Adding cultural understanding just complicates the …

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  • Hanuman

    Get to Know Sailaja Joshi

    Author by Rina Shah The Arpan Group Like many young Asian American parents, Sailaja Joshi wanted to share stories about her Indian culture with her own children. Fond memories of Amar Chitra Kathas and stories told to her by her grandfather formed her expectations. As …

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  • Academic Img

    The Power of an Academic Mentor by Ravi Shah

    Author by Ravi Shah As you ring in the new year and celebrate the holidays with your family, you reflect on the past year and decide to make positive changes. Your children are nearly halfway through the school year, and they may need some guidance …

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  • Bhagavad Gita

    Faith is a Cradle of Trees

    Author by Nila Bala   When I was in high school, I tried to discover God and ethics through science looking into physics, biochemistry, and neurology. If there was a moral center to ourselves, I wondered, where was it located? But then, I fell off a …

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  • Average Citizen

    Average Citizens, Average Heroes

    Author by Aanandh Chandrasekar I have always been, and always will be, a devout Pixar fan. The messages they deliver, wrapped up in a colorful cast of characters (often literally – look at Sulley!), are important, touching, and without a doubt, incredibly relevant. I, for one, …

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    Hindu American Foundation’s NextGen Essay Contest Winners

    Since 2009, the Hindu American Foundation (HAF) has sponsored an annual essay writing contest through which the “next generation” can explore their Hindu American identities. The theme for the 2014 essay was “Green Living.” Young writers in the 18-22 and 23-27 age groups were asked …

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  • Dr.Vivek Murthy - First Indian American US Surgeon General

    Dr.Vivek Murthy – First Indian American US Surgeon General by Shalini Pammal

    Author by Shalini Pammal What struck me when I first met Dr. Vivek Murthy was his profound ability to listen. His quiet confidence, exceptional leadership skill and medical acumen are only superseded by his incredible capacity to make everyone he interacts with feel heard. It …

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  • January 2015

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