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December, 2023


Indian Seniors Christmas Holiday Luncheon Meeting

Click here for the pictures from the Christmas Party… Las Vegas Indian American Seniors Group invites all the seniors to their Christmas luncheon on Sunday, December 17th, at the Mint Indian Bistro, 4246 S. Durango Dr., Las Vegas. To keep the meeting lively, the organizers request the attending seniors come prepared to talk about their travel experiences during the year, family festivities, and some jokes. There will be interactive, easy-to-play table games, entertainment, and lively conversations. What: Christmas Holiday Luncheon When: Sunday, December 17th, 2023 at 11:00 AM Where: Mint India Bistro, 4246 S.Read More

Summary Judgment Granted – Ajay Dayal Ordered to Pay $43,462 to the Property Owner

In March of 2021, Ajay Dayal executed a binding contract with the homeowner, Mike Thanh Vu, setting forth the payment terms for two homes. The agreement called for Dayal to make payment of principal, interest, and taxes on both properties. In April of 2021, Dayal breached the contractual obligations by not making payments as agreed upon. In September 2021, the property owner initiated foreclosure proceedings against Dayal.   In January 2022, Dayal counter-sued the property owner with an argument asserting that the foreclosure was untimely because no payment was required underRead More

Sapience Tutoring Center Business Opportunity

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Fundraising Appeal from Indian-American Assemblyman Reuben D’Silva. Year-end Deadline Nears.

Dear Fellow Las Vegas Indian-Americans, My name is Reuben D’Silva. I made history by being the first ever Indian American to be elected to a public office in the great State of Nevada. I grew up in North Las Vegas and attended Rancho High School. As an Indian immigrant born in Mumbai, I wanted to give back to this country that gave me and my family so much and joined the US Marines during the Iraq war. In 2007 my unit was attacked, and I was seriously injured in Fallujah, Iraq afterRead More

Nevada Heart and Vascular LLP Inks $8.5 Million Contract to Provide Cardiology Services at UMC

University Medical Center (UMC), the county-owned Hospital, continues its cardiology services with the Nevada Heart and Vascular Center, a premier cardiovascular group with multiple locations around Southern Nevada and over thirty physicians on staff.  Physicians of South Asian origin, mostly Indian-American though, own close to 40% of the Nevada Heart and Vascular. UMC, the county-owned Hospital, will compensate Nevada Heart and Vascular $135,166 per month for professional services and approximately $78,000 per month for Medical Directorship services from January 1, 2024, through December 31, 2026, with two (2), 1-year extension options,Read More

Blatant Disregard to Hindu Temple Bylaws in Electing the New Executive Committee. Board Room War Erupts with Lawsuits Possible

The Hindu & Jain Temple of Las Vegas was built on the notion of bringing in the diverse Hindu tapestry from across India and binding them together in Las Vegas. However, that dream is traumatized by some of the Board’s conceited plutocrats who have abandoned the spiritual aspirations of the growing Southern Nevada’s Hindu community. The contemptuous attitude of the Board Trustees took the front seat as some of the trustees and regulars accused certain members of manipulating the Executive Committee election by ignoring the adopted bylaws.  As per article 7.2Read More

UNR Nutrition specialist, Angeline Jeyakumar, brings global approach to managing chronic health conditions

The University of Nevada, Reno has hired Angeline Jeyakumar as a public health nutrition specialist for Extension and an assistant professor in the College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources’ Department of Nutrition. Jeyakumar, who will also conduct research as part of the College’s Experiment Station, will collaborate with public health experts statewide to develop community-based interventions targeting the reduction of chronic health conditions in Washoe County, Nevada. Her immediate priority is to assess the distinctive risk factors of various chronic health conditions across age groups and to alter nutrition behaviors to mitigate risk factors. ForRead More

Bollywood Hollywood Film Festival

Patel Films invites the community to their first Bollywood Hollywood Film Festival in Las Vegas. The festival will showcase multiple films and short features in various Indian regional languages. The lineup includes movies in Hindi, Gujarati, English, and Marathi. The festival celebrates independent filmmakers’ artistic and creative talents, away from commercially successful Indian movies. The festival will showcase the following films. Hoon Tari Heer – Gujarati Manpreet – English (a short movie) Massom Sawal – Hindi Gulhar – Marathi Gadad Andhar – Marathi Navin P. Kumar – a short filmRead More

U. B. Kothari Charged with DUI on Federal Property

U. B. Kothari is charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol within the boundaries of the Hoover Dam project area. Kothari is accused of driving a Nissan Rogue under the influence of alcohol to a degree that rendered Kothari incapable of safe operation of the vehicle. As per the complaint, Kothari had difficulty finding his vehicle and was later observed operating his SUV after being told not to drive because he was intoxicated. Kothari crossed the double-yellow centerline into the opposite lane of traffic. As perRead More

Mandeep Singh and Jaspreet Kaur Files Bankruptcy. Required Financials Filed.

After defrauding multiple local community members, husband and wife Mandeep Singh and Jaspreet Kaur filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy, seeking protection from over 50 creditors. Often called the ‘liquidation chapter,’ Chapter 7 is used by individuals, partnerships, or corporations who have no hope for repairing their financial situation, according to the US Bankruptcy Court. In Chapter 7, the debtor’s estate is liquidated under the rules of the Bankruptcy Code. Liquidation is the process through which the debtor’s non-exempt property is sold for cash by a trustee and the cash is distributedRead More