National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced thirteen Indian& Pakistani American Semifinalists students from Nevada in the 64thannual National Merit Scholarship Program. Seven of the students are currently attending public schools in Las Vegas, three are from the private The Meadows School, while the other three are from Reno attending the prestigious The Davidson Academy of Nevada. The 2019 National Merit Scholarship recipients are… Devika Bararia, Ashish Kalakuntla, Shreya Kamojjala, Vidhushan Ramakrishnan, Simran Shah are currently attending Edward W. Clark High School, Las Vegas. Ananya Dewan is a student at theRead More
East West Music of Las Vegas and its Chief Executive Officer, Alex Mapleton, a long time resident of Las Vegas has completed making six new audio CDs. Older community members of Las Vegas will remember the weekly radio program SUNGEETH he regularly hosted for over two years. The making of these songs really is a product of a labor of love; they are the result of many years of research and work by a band of some dedicated and very talented musicians and a gifted poet. The songs were recordedRead More
Network, Involve & Engage with the leaders of the Las Vegas Community. Paul Padda Law invites you to a reception honoring Judge Mark Bailus on Wednesday, August 29th at the spacious new offices of Paul Padda Law 4560 South Decatur Blvd. Refreshments will be served. Donations, not mandatory, will be gladly accepted.
Pure India Restaurant is pleased to announce a live concert by renowned Punjabi singer Kanwar Grewal aka Mastana Jogi on Sunday, September 23rd at the Royal India Hall. Due to limited capacity and a very high demand for the talented Kanwar Grewal aka Mastana Jogi, please buy or reserve your tickets ASAP. Kanwal Grewal aka Mastana Jogi, originally from Bhatinda, Punjab has an illustrious career in the entertainment industry. With multiple super hit audio albums, Mastana Jogi started performing all over the world along with singing in the Punjabi film industry.Read More
Thanks to a 5-year $20.3 million dollar grant renewal from the National Institutes of Health, UNLV will continue to lead a research network of 13 universities across the Mountain West. Dr. Parvesh Kumar, the UNLV School of Medicine Vice Dean of Research, says $20 million research grant will have a huge impact in improving the health of residents in Mountain West states. The Clinical Translational Research Infrastructure Network or CTR-IN is the largest federally funded grant at UNLV and in the State of Nevada. It is designed to expand theRead More