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November, 2019


550th Anniversary Celebration of Guru Nanak Dev Ji at Guru Nanak Gurudwara Sahib

Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurpurab – Guru Nanak Gurudwara invites the whole community to celebrate 550th birth anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The celebrations will be held at Gurudwara grounds in a Mela format with NO ADMISSION CHARGE and FREE food on Sunday, November 17th, 2019. Guru Nanak Gurudwara is located at 4487 E. Russell Road [Mountain Vista], Las Vegas. The actual birth date of Guru Nanak Dev Ji falls on Tuesday, November 12th. The Guru Nanak Gurudwara has arranged a special program to celebrate the same fromRead More

Applicants Sought for Stadium Authority Board

Clark County is now accepting applications from anyone interested in serving on the Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board of Directors.  The County Commissioners will be filling one seat on the nine-member stadium board in December. Prospective applicants are encouraged to review the residency and experience requirements/recommendations for the position before applying. To serve on the board, one must reside within 25 miles of the Clark County Government Center in downtown Las Vegas. All applications must be received by 5 p.m. on Dec. 2 to be considered. The County Commission will consider the applications and make an appointment during the Dec. 17 commission meeting.Read More

Gopal Patel’s India Market Sues Quantified Investments

Gopal Patel owner of the Indian Market has filed a lawsuit against Quantified Investments seeking over $240,000 in punitive and other damages.   Earlier in 2019, Gopal got interested in acquiring real estate with a hard money loan and started looking for an out of state properties.  During his search, Gopal found a commercial property in Ohio and hired Quantified Investments to act as a broker on the deal along with finding a lender to finance the purchase.  Ajay Dayal, President of Quantified Investments informed Gopal of a lender named First Home CapitalRead More

Bribery Scandal at DMV – Two Indian Employees Involved

Two Department of Motor Vehicles staffers were paid more than $100,000 each while on administrative leave around the time a bribery scandal involving the DMV’s computer system broke. A 2017 lawsuit alleges that those information technology staffers sabotaged the agency’s computer modernization in an attempt to obtain bribes. But state officials declined to say why IT employees Manivannan Karuppuswamy and Anand Vijayaraghavan were put on leave — and what the internal investigation found. “The Department has provided the records on this request as required by law,” DMV spokesman Kevin MaloneRead More