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The cultural committee of the Hindu and Jain Temple of Las Vegas, led by Ms. Medha Limaye, invites the community for an evening of Indian cultural dances from all over India. The FREE event will reflect the cultural diversity of India and show the kaleidoscope of diverse linguistic entertainment from music to folk dances. The FREE event will be held on Saturday, September 3rd, 2022, from 4 PM to 7 PM at the Windmill Library. For further details, please refer to the flyer below.
Guru Nanak Gurdwara and Gurdwara Baba Deep Singh Ji invites the community to celebrate the Prakash Purab of Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Guru Nanak Gurdwara is celebrating Guru Granth Sahib Ji First Prakash Purab on August 26th through the 28th, while Gurdwara Baba Deep Singh Ji is celebrating the occasion beginning Friday, September 2nd through Sunday, September 4th, 2022. Two weekends of the three day celebrations at both the Gurdwaras are open to everyone irrespective of one’s background, religion, ethnicity or national origin. To celebrate this year’s event, Gurdwara BabaRead More
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has appointed acclaimed Neurologist-Lawyer Paul Janda to the Nevada State Board of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Janda is licensed to practice law in Nevada and also licensed to practice medicine in both California and Nevada, and is board certified in neurology. Dr. Janda joins the other two Indian-Americans on the Osteopathic Board, Sameer Pancholi, M.D., and Swadeep Nigam, Secretary-Treasurer of the Board. Attorney Dr. Paul Janda is the first and only board-certified neurologist-lawyer in the State of Nevada. Dr. Janda has lived in Las Vegas for over aRead More
Philanthropists Devyani Mehta, M.D. and Jagdish Mehta, Ph.D. Match Scholarship Money to the Review-Journal Academic Excellence Award Winner Devika Bhatnagar
In an ongoing commitment to education, Devyani and Jagdish Mehta have matched the Review-Journal scholarship to Devika Bhatnagar, a winner of the 2022 Review-Journal Academic Excellence Award Winner. During their annual award banquet, Devika received $500 in scholarship and a matching $500 for her high school from the Review-Journal. After reading the news in this publication on RJ’s award winner Devika’s academic and community involvement, Mehta’s decided to honor Devika with matching funds based on her financial needs and volunteer work with the local Indian community. The philanthropic commitment from retiredRead More
University of Nevada, Reno, announced Mechanical Engineering Professor Aditya Nair won the Department of Energy Early Career Award. The project, funded with a $749,034 Early Career Research Program grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, ultimately could help engineers harness maximum performance through intelligent design. The DOE Early Career Research program, now in its thirteenth year, is designed to bolster the nation’s scientific workforce by providing support to exceptional researchers during crucial early career years when many scientists do their most formative work. Awardees were selected from a large poolRead More
Planning Commission Approves Conditional Use Permit for a Proposed Hindu Mandir in Henderson Despite Intense Neighborhood Opposition. Conflict and Division in the Family.
American Hindu Association (AHA), led by Secretary Baba Anal, is pleased to announce the approval of the Conditional Use Permit (CUP) and construction design of the first Hindu Mandir in the City of Henderson amid intense opposition from the neighbors in the rural neighborhood. American Hindu Association (AHA) leadership, under the direction of President Satish Bhatnagar, Secretary Baba Anal, and Treasurer Madhu Anal, along with a few other members of the association, is planning to build a new Hindu Mandir named Anand Utsav Mandir in the City of Henderson. InRead More
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A. P. Aggarwal has plead guilty to Child Abuse, Neglect, or Endangerment. The charges included Aggarwal causing a physical injury of nonaccidental nature by striking a child, approximately 15 years of age, with a three-foot piece of PVC pipe. Aggarwal’s decision to plead guilty is based upon provided he is not deemed a high risk to reoffend pursuant to the danger evaluation, and the State will not oppose probation at the rendition of the sentence. Additionally, the plea agreement calls for if Aggarwal fails to appear at any subsequent hearings,Read More