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April, 2013


Dr. Dipak Desai Trial to Move ON

Jury selection to continue this week and the trial is expected to last six to eight weeks.

Bone Marrow Drive for Professor Nalini Ambady

Nalini Ambady, Stanford University Professor and a mom with two daughters in high school has been diagnosed with Acute Myelogenus Leukemia (AML) which is a cancer of the blood.  Bone Marrow Drive is scheudled during the Vaisakhi Mela.

Dr. Mohammed Shafi Named Top Physician in Las Vegas

Dr. Mohammed A. Shafi was named the Top Gastroenterologist in Nevada by HealthTap. The  HealthTap Top Doctor Competition (Winter 2013) brought together the world’s best and most helpful online and mobile medical experts to compete for both local and national titles.

Dr. R.D. Prabhu Instrumental in Lobbying for AAPI on Capitol Hill

As a Chair of the AAPI’s (American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin) Legislative Committee, Dr. R. D. Prabhu successfully arranged a well-attended meeting with US Senators and Congressman in Washington DC.

Namaste Indian Cuisine Files Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Namaste Indian Cuisine, located at the Commercial Center, files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.

Hindu Bccalaureate Service Held at University of Nevada-Reno

Unique, one of a kind baccalaureate service in the world, was held at University of Nevada-Reno (UNR) on April 21 evening.

Dr. Dipak Desai trial to move forward despite strokes, judge rules

The long awaited criminal trial of Dr. Dipak Desai stemming from the hepatitis C outbreak is moving forward as planned next week.

NPRI Offers Prof. R.S. Nigam College Scholarship Opportunity

Graduating Clark County high school students who show the potential to make a significant contribution to the cause of economic liberty should seek a $2,000 college scholarship being awarded by the free market think-tank Nevada Policy Research Institute.

Obituary – Abraham Mathews

It is with profound grief that John George informs the passing of his nephew,  Abraham Mathews (Shiju) at a young age of 37.

Mint India and Taj Palace Voted Best Indian Restaurant. Origin India in Second Place.

Las Vegas Review Journal’s annual Best of Las Vegas, Mint India and Taj Palace voted the top Indian restaurant in the valley.