Category Archive for: ‘NRI News’

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    Pacific University Student Helps Stockholm’s Needy People Dental student at University of Pacific, Arooba Lodhi, is closely collaborating with the underprivileged populace of Stockholm for distribution of oral care kits and initiating sustained dialogues about the improvement of oral health. Incidentally, Arooba is a recipient …

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  • Rik Mehta, the first Indian-American to win GOP primary for Senate from New Jersey

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    Rik Mehta, the first Indian-American to win GOP primary for Senate from New Jersey Rik Mehta, an ex-US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) official, beaten his closest rival Hirsh Singh, also an Indian-American, in the Republican, also known as the GOP (Grand Old Party), primaries …

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    Salma Lakhani is the first Muslim in Canada to be appointed as Lieutenant Governor of Alberta

    A community advocate and businessperson Salma Lakhani made history on Wednesday upon her selection as the Lieutenant Governor of the province of Alberta, the first-ever Muslim with ancestry in the Indian subcontinent to take up the post in Canada. “Ms. Lakhani is devoted to supporting …

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  • Rajindra Singh

    Rajinder Singh, 73-year-old ‘Skipping Sikh’ received UK Award

    Rajinder Singh was awarded to recognize his outstanding individual volunteers which make a change in the community. He used the isolation imposed by Coronavirus lockdown to make exercise videos that are watched across the globe. His videos drew thousands of viewers which helped him to …

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  • Apoorva Kulkarni and Divya Choudhary

    2 Indians selected for Indira Gandhi Scholarship at Oxford

    Both Apoorva Kulkarni and Divya Choudhary will undergo doctoral study (DPhil) in zoology and biochemistry respectively while being based at the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development (OICSD)  Kulkarni will learn the addition of traditional ecological knowledge besides scientific ecological knowledge for conserving endemic and …

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  • Dr. Sudhakar Jonnalagadda becomes the 37th President of AAPI, America’s largest doctors’ organization

    Dr. Sudhakar Jonnalagadda becomes the 37th President of AAPI, America’s largest doctors’ organization

    Dr. Sudhakar Jonnalagadda has taken over as the 37th President of the American Association of Physicians of Indian origin (AAPI) during a virtual “change of guard” ceremony in Chicago Saturday. AAPI is the largest ethnic medical organization of physicians that represents the interests of over …

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  • Indian-American scientist appointed acting head of top US agriculture research organization

    Indian-American scientist appointed acting head of top US agriculture research organization

    Dr. Parag Chitnis was named Associate Director for Programs in advance this year and leads the execution of NIFA’s approximately $1.7 billion research projects. National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) drives all federally funded agricultural research in the United States of America. “Dr. Chitnis …

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  • Rik Mehta, the first Indian-American to win GOP primary for Senate from New Jersey

    Rik Mehta, the first Indian-American to win GOP primary for Senate from New Jersey

    Rik Mehta, an ex-US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) official, beaten his closest rival Hirsh Singh, also an Indian-American, in the Republican, also known as the GOP (Grand Old Party), primaries held on July 7th, 2020 by a margin of just about 13,743 votes, according …

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    First Sikh woman to graduate from US Military Academy

    Anmol Narang becomes the first Sikh to graduate from the American Military Academy. She concluded a four-year course in nuclear engineering from the West Point Military Academy, New York. Narang looks forward to working in the field of air defense systems. President Trump was present …

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    Indian Americans among Stanford’s Knight-Hennessy Scholars 

    The corps of Knight-Hennessy Scholarship as introduced by Stanford University this year includes quite a few Indian American or South Asian American students.  The 2020 cohort is a group of 76 students comprise of Indian Americans, Indo-Canadian as well as a Pakistan native.  The first …

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