Category Archive for: ‘Get to Know’

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    Pairing Wine with Indian Cuisine

    Pairing Wine with Indian Cuisine The taste of India is perhaps one of the best elements of Indian culture. It has diversity like the country and a unique blend of select spices and herbs that make Indian food some of the most highly regarded in …

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  • Forbes 50 over 50 awards

    7 Indian American women among Forbes ‘50 Over 50’

    Crossing five decades of life does not mean becoming old; it means adding to one’s wisdom, experience, and achievements in life. Forbes “50 over 50” awards are given as a salutation to the accomplishments of 50+ women in various categories, including Lifestyle, Impact, Entrepreneurs, and …

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    Anti-India Campaigns in USCIRF Report by Dr. Ramesh Rao

    The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), which should have been shut down in 2016, was infused with funds by Congress to continue to provide employment to mediocrities and faceless bureaucrats and to offer a platform for nine politically compromised commissioners to preen …

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  • Impressive India - Know India a little more with these interesting facts

    Impressive India and Indians

    Did you know there is an unusual school in an unusual place run by an unusual teacher? Rajesh Kumar is a shopkeeper by profession but spends hours every morning teaching around 80 children from the poorest of the poor in India’s capital, New Delhi. The …

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  • Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

    Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

    Editor’s Note April 13, 1919, will be the date Indians of my generation will never forget. If the younger generation does not know or does not remember, I would like to remind them through this article. It was the day when the Jallianwala Bagh massacre …

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  • Impressive India - Know India a little more with these interesting facts

    Impressive India – Know India a little more with these interesting facts

    India is credited with the earliest book on dance and music. Natya Shastra written by sage Bharata Muni between 200 BCE and 200 CE, containing 5,569 shlokas over 37 chapters is believed to be the basis of Indian classical dance and music. Visva Bharati in …

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  • In defense of India’s Foreign Policy in the midst of the Ukrainian Crisis

    In defense of India’s Foreign Policy in the midst of the Ukrainian Crisis

    By Amrit Hallan There has been quite a brouhaha in the West, especially in the US, regarding India’s strategic silence over what is happening between Russia and Ukraine. The Modi government hasn’t openly called it an invasion. It isn’t participating in the onslaught of sanctions …

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  • Get to Know: Kanwal Bawa, Cancer Survivor and Beauty Pageant Winner!

    Dr. Kanwal Bawa Cancer Warrior & Ms. Florida U.S. Continental 2021

    When did you arrive in the US, and why? My ex-husband is American and I met him in New Delhi where he was living for work. We moved to the US in 1999, about a year after we got married. Tell us a little bit …

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  • Get to Know: Sudhir Limye, Percussionist

    Get to Know: Sudhir Limye, Percussionist

    When discussing percussion musicians in South Florida, there is one name that is synonymous with that of a humble unassuming persona – that of Sudhir Limaye. Born and raised in Pune, India, Limaye studied at the prestigious Fergusson College and earned his Master’s degree in …

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  • Activities At Home

    Home Activities During Coronavirus

    You may find yourself having to practice social distancing this month and that may be a bit difficult since we are not used to being at home for so long. So, what can we do? It can actually be more fun than you think! There …

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