Category Archive for: ‘Incredible Indians’

  • Rabindranath Tagore

    Remembering Rabindranath Tagore: Honoring a Legend on His Birth Anniversary

    By Dr. Mohini Shinde People widely celebrate Rabindranath Tagore, a towering figure in literature and the arts, especially on his birth anniversary on May 7. Born on May 7, 1861, Tagore was not only a seminal figure in Indian culture but also a beacon of …

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  • Indian American Dr. Kiran Patel

    Indian American Dr. Kiran Patel funds new Orlando medical school

    Renowned billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist, Dr. Kiran Patel, alongside his wife Dr. Pallavi Patel, marked a significant milestone in their commitment to education and healthcare by inaugurating the Orlando College of Osteopathic Medicine (OCOM) in Winter Garden, Florida. The launch event coincided with Dr. Kiran …

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  • Dr. Kiran Patel

    Dr. Kiran Patel: A Philanthropic Visionary Shaping the Future of Medicine

    In the annals of history, the names of exceptional individuals shine like beacons, illuminating paths of inspiration and hope for generations to come. Dr. Kiran Patel, a renowned cardiologist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, is undeniably one such luminary, whose life story is a testament to the …

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  • Women1

    Honoring India’s Trailblazers: A Celebration of Women’s History Month

    As Women’s History Month 2024 unfolds, we turn our gaze toward the vibrant tapestry of India, a land where women have shattered ceilings, defied expectations, and left indelible marks throughout history. From ancient times to the present day, Indian women have embodied resilience, creativity, and …

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  • Indian-Americans in the spotlight as US presidential race picks up

    The Growing Power of Indian-Americans in US Politics

    Over recent decades, the influence of Indian-Americans in the realm of U.S. politics has surged. We are witnessing the ascendance of a new force, Indian-Americans, taking center stage and showing their potential for leadership roles in US politics. While the community has always played an …

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    Vidya Krishnan named to GSUSA Board

    Vidya Krishnan, an Indian American technology and entrepreneurial leader, has been appointed to the National Board of Directors of Girl Scouts of USA (GSUSA) for the 2023–2026 term. The appointment was made during the 56th National Council Session (NCS) in Florida, where several members and …

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    Raja Krishnamoorthi honored with Ben Franklin Public Policy Award

    Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi was recognized and honored with the prestigious Ben Franklin Public Policy Award by the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) for his exceptional legislative support and leadership in the United States insurance sector. The award was presented to Krishnamoorthi during NAMIC’s …

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  • Raj Shah, Managing editor of Desh-Videsh Media Group, with Vivek Ramaswamy

    Exclusive one-on-one conversation with Vivek Ramaswamy, US presidential candidate

    Raj Shah, Managing editor of Desh-Videsh Media Group, sat down with Vivek Ramaswamy for a one-on-one interview focusing on issues like Foreign Policy, Immigration, the US-India relationship, and Religious discrimination. Raj Shah: How will President Vivek Ramaswamy’s Foreign policy be different from President Joe Biden’s …

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  • Indian-Americans have dominated the spelling bee Competition since 2008.

    Indian-Americans have dominated the spelling bee Competition since 2008.

    The first Indian to win the National Spelling Bee contest was Balu Natarajan in 1985 and the winning word was “milieu”. Here is the list of Indian-American Kids who have won the competition since 2008. 2022 – Winner: Chaitra Thummala; Word: moorhen – an aquatic …

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  • Spelling Bee Winner Indian Ftr Img

    Indian-American wins the National Spelling Bee for the 22nd time in 24 years.

    At a regional spelling bee in Orlando, Florida, 15 months ago, Dev Shah was disappointed since he didn’t achieve his goal of being selected for the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Nevertheless, Dev’s perseverance paid off, as he won this year’s National Spelling Bee. Over the …

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