CHICAGO, IL -- Dr. Kumar Vishwas, Convener, AAP Overseas, announced the formal structure of the Overseas team of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to connect Indians abroad to this political revolution in June and an integral part of it was the social media team.
SECAUCUS, NJ -- On January 1, members of the Secaucus Swaminarayan Gadi Temple celebrated the New Year with a grand, indoor carnival held in the Temple’s Community Hall.
HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL -- Opening a basketball game with the Indian anthem, followed by the US national song, and then presentation of Indian cultural dances four times in the entire game time.
CHICAGO, IL -- The Devotees at Hari Om Mandir, Medinah, IL continued their age-old tradition of ringing in the New Year, with “Akhand Ramayan Path”. On December 31 and completing with the Bhog on January 1.
LOS ANGELES, CA -- Indian American attorney Firdaus Dordi, a former public defender and co-founder of the Dordi, Williams, Cohen law firm, has been appointed by California Governor Jerry Brown to the Los Angeles Superior Court.
WASHINGTON, DC -- A Bill backing key changes in the H-1B visa program that allows skilled workers from countries like India to fill high-tech jobs in the US has been re-introduced in Congress by two lawmakers who claim that it will help crack down on abuse of the work visa.
CHICAGO, IL -- India House, Bombay Chopsticks and Pearl Banquets & Conference Center presented New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball at Pearl Banquets and Conference on December 31 at 1490 Lake Street, Roselle, IL 60172.
NEW YORK, NY -- Vandals blasted nearly 30 businesses with marbles in 10 separate NYPD precincts across the Bronx on January 8 night.
COLLEGEVILLE, PA -- Indian American high school student Manshu Sharma is among the contenders for the top prize in a global competition for startups.
QUEENS, NY -- Dr. Karthik Ram, a leading plastic and reconstructive surgeon of India, was honored with a special proclamation by Nassau County executive Ed Mangano at a function organized by America Tamil Sangam in Queens, NY, recently.