Category Archive for: ‘Incredible Indians’

  • Sonal Shah

    Sonal Shah Becomes the CEO of The Texas Tribune

    A successful change of leadership starts with an able and accomplished individual who can assume new responsibilities with proficiency and ease. The Texas Tribune has found an ideal candidate for its new CEO in Sonal Shah, who is highly qualified and suitably experienced to excel …

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  • Rishi_Sunak

    Rishi Sunak: The first India-Origin Hindu Prime Minister of UK

      “All Indian lead­ers will be of low cal­i­bre and men of straw. They will have sweet tongues and silly hearts.” In 1931, Winston Churchill, late prime minister of Britain, said these words describing Indians and Indian leaders.  The evil empire of Britain ruled and …

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  • mahatma gandhi

    Gandhi: Both Inspirational and Inspired!

    Currently, not only in India, but all over the world, millions of people including political leaders from hundreds of countries are getting inspired by Mahatma Gandhi. In this article, however, we will look into how Mahatma Gandhi was inspired. Gandhiji was a people person. He …

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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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  • AR Rahman

    Oscar-Winning Music Composer A.R. Rahman Performing in the US

    A prodigy with music in his genes, A.R. Rahman is an exceptional talent who has made Indian music rich and versatile. He successfully integrated Indian classical music with Western classical music and western instruments to create tunes that were unique and never heard before. His …

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    Sonal Shah Named to Homeland Security Advisory Council

    “Working as the Deputy Assistant to the former US President Barack Obama, Sonal formed the White House’s Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation.” Sonal Shah can truly be called a “Woman of Substance.” Apart from being a top-grade academician, Shah is a successful entrepreneur, …

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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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  • The Epitome of Compassion

    The Epitome of Compassion

    Vivekmurtidas Swami, BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha The COVID-19 Pandemic will forever be remembered as a period of isolation, distancing, and change. Along with our longing to get back to “normal,” we hoped for peace and normalcy around the world. Unfortunately, peace continues to evade many parts …

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  • L. Shankar: world renowned violinist and composer in South Florida

    L. Shankar: world renowned violinist and composer in South Florida

    By Sanjay Chandran Violinists from India are known for fiddling with their fiddles. As early as the 1930s, the legendary Carnatic (South Indian classical genre) musician T. Chowdiah had added an extra string to his violin. Over the years, it was rumored that it may …

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    Padma Awards 2022: Three Indian Americans to Receive the Padma Bhushan Award

    The Padma Awards are one of the highest civilian awards conferred by the Government of India to persons of exceptional and extraordinary quality, honoring their distinguished contributions in their fields of expertise. The names of awardees are announced on Republic Day (January 26) each year. …

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