The Nevada Supreme Court reverse Dr. Dipak Desai’s conviction for second-degree murder. However, the court affirms Dr. Desai’s convictions on other crimes. In 2015, Dr. Desai’s attorney filed an appeal for scheduling oral arguments due to the number and complexity of the issues raised during the trial, to the length of the sentence, and the high degree of public interest in this case. In April 2016, The Nevada Supreme Court heard arguments from Dr. Desai’s then attorney Ms. Franny Forsman, however, it took Supreme Court over a year to decide.Read More
Downtown Las Vegas Neonopolis owned by Dharmesh Bhanabhai of Las Vegas through his Delaware registered corporation FAEC Holding Wirrulla LLC hasn’t paid its shared costs to the City of Las Vegas. As per the Neonopolis Reciprocal Easement Agreement Neonopolis must share the costs for the operation, maintenance and repairs of the various building systems used by the city’s underground parking facility. The financial audit by the city’s auditor’s office has identified that the Neonopolis operator FAEC Holding Wirrulla LLC which is owned by Dharmesh Bhanabahi, has not reimbursed the cityRead More
After serving as a Commissioner on the Nevada Equal Rights Commission for over five years, Swadeep Nigam is appointed to the Nevada State Osteopathic Medicine Board by the Governor Brian Sandoval. The appointment is for four years beginning July 1, 2017. The Board consists of seven members, all appointed by the Governor, of which five members are the Physicians who are engaged in the practice of osteopathic medicine in Nevada (D.O.) and the other two members are the public member. Swadeep will be serving as the public member of theRead More
Neeraj Bhandari joins the UNLV School of Community Health Sciences after making a big career shift — from practicing doctor in India to a Ph.D. student in Pennsylvania. Now he’s helping make health care more transparent and accessible. For complete article on Dr. Bhandari, please click here… Disclaimer – By providing links to other sites, vegasdesi.com does not guarantee, approve or endorse the information or products available on these sites.
With nearly 70 percent of all H1-B visas going to Indians, the Las Vegas Business Press Columnist T. Rao Coca writes about Immigration Reforms. While considerable attention is being given to the millions of foreigners who unlawfully entered the U.S. in the recent past, there are serious flaws in our immigration laws that allow lawful immigration. Some of the flaws include the H1-B and EB-5 visa programs, limited quota placed on professionals holding advanced degrees, and the undue breadth of family-sponsored immigration, all of which could lead to an eventualRead More
Friends of India invites you and your family to celebrate India’s 70th Independence Day Anniversary on Saturday, August 12th, 2017, at the Henderson Convention Center on Water Street, Henderson.