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Saturday, December 15th, 2018


Paul Padda Law Donates $33,000 to Cheyenne High School

In an ongoing commitment towards the philanthropic program and to socially invest in the local Las Vegas community, Paul Padda Law donates $33,000 to Cheyenne High School which has a diverse student body in North Las Vegas. The donation will help much-needed support for ACT test preparation, to purchase a new scorer’s table and football pads, and to aid the marching band.  Padda’s partners in the donation were David Moradi, founder, and CEO of Sero Capital, LLC, and founder of the David Moradi Foundation; and Dr. Jaswinder Grover of the Allegiant Institute. PaulRead More

Raj Sentenced to Minimum of 28 Months with Maximum of 72 Months in Prison

In a recent robbery case by Raj S, the judge has issued a stipulated sentence where the defendant Raj has been sentenced to a maximum of 72 months and a minimum of 28 months in the Nevada Department of Corrections, with the credit for the time served by Raj. District Attorney office charged Raj with the crimes of burglary and robbery where Raj did willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously took money by means of force or violence at the local branch of Bank of America.  Raj was defended by the PublicRead More

County Commissioners Fail to Appoint Reuben D’Silva to an Open Senate Seat

After collecting millions of dollars in political campaign contributions from the South Asian community, the Clark County Commissioners failed to appoint an Indian American Reuben D’Silva to an open Senate District 8 seat.  The seat became open as Senator Aaron Ford got elected as our new State Attorney General. The open Senate seat attracted ten applicants.  Two Asian Americans, Reuben D’Silva, and Duy Nguyen, applied for the open Senate Seat.  Mr. Nguyen’s, Vietnamese American, the application didn’t go as well as many Asian groups, including the Asian Chamber of Commerce,Read More