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Monday, April 1st, 2019


Musical Evening Raised Over $5,000 to Support Indian Armed Forces

On March 30th, the local Las Vegas Indian Music Group hosted a musical evening event to raise much needed financial support for the victims of Pulwama, Kashmir terrorist attack.  As per Subramaniam Vaikuntam, the lively evening raised over $5,000 due to generous donations from the attendees and business sponsors. The FREE entertaining evening was a tribute by the group of talented local singers to the vintage Bollywood music, the royalty of yesteryear and to the Indian armed forces. The successful event put together by a volunteer team of dedicated and passionateRead More

Child Neurologist Dr Rooman Ahad Helps Children with Development Disorders

Dr. Rooman Ahad is the only board-certified child neurologist in Nevada with supplemental clinical fellowship training in the field of autism.  Born in Chicago, she is the youngest of four girls born to parents who immigrated from India to the United States. Dr. Ahad is a board certified Child Neurologist. She obtained her medical degree at the University of Illinois and completed her pediatrics training at Lutheran General Hospital in Chicago. Dr. Ahad’s Child Neurology training was completed at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, and she went on to pursue aRead More

Our Time Has Come: How India is Making Its Place in the World

Nevada Center on Foreign Relations and College of Liberal Arts, UNLV invites the community to their upcoming lecture on how India is making its place in the world. Dr. Alyssa Ayers, Senior Fellow for India, Pakistan and South Asia at the Council on Foreign Relations will be the featured speaker at the UNLV’s College of Liberal Arts’ University Forum Lecture Series on Monday, April 15that 7:30 PM.  The lecture hall is room 135 of the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art, Harry Reid Center at UNLV. Dr. Ayers talk will focusRead More