India's Republic Day Celebration
The excitement is evident in his eyes as Ram Voruganti, President,
IAGB talks about the upcoming India's fifty second Republic Day
celebration. A rich and diverse cultural program is planned with
classical and folk dances, songs and even a Fashion show. Different
groups from around the region will participate in the show, which
will be held in the Burlington High School auditorium on January
26, 2002 from 5-9 PM. more...
Fox in the Field
||In the Spotlight - Vikas Goela
If the year 2002 is one in which your
child graduates or maybe sometime soon in the coming years, then
here is a New Year resolution that you could make - to take a few
tips from Vikas Goela, a freshman at Harvard University who has
an impressive resume. more
International Health Organization (IHO)'s
3rd AIDS-in-India Conference - India, the Next Epicenter of the
"4.2 million are infected with the
AIDS virus now in India", said Salim Habayeb of the World Bank.
Siddharth Dube of UNICEF and author of the best seller, "Sex,
Lies and AIDS" said, "In 4 to 5 years, India will face (the end
of) Kali Yug, a cataclysm. 2 to 2 ½ million have already died,
(which is) more than one hundred times the death toll in the Gujarat
earthquake. 1 million will die each year from AIDS." more.
New Tax Law Offers More Opportunity To Save
The recently enacted Economic growth and
Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 offers a window of opportunities
for tax planning. The Act changed various individual provisions effective
over the next five to ten years, which makes tax planning almost imperative
to maximize benefits more...
||Kerala Association of New England Celebrates
Christmas/ New Year
Gathering to honor the talents and traditions that have inspired
its members for many years, the Kerala Association of New England
held its thirty-first celebration of the Christmas/New Years season
on December 29, 2001. The program took place at the Keefe Technical
School in Framingham, Massachusetts. more...
Featured Organization - Saheli
Anamika (not her real name) has been living and working in the Greater
Boston area as a Software professional for ten years since she left
India with Hansraj, her husband. She has a seven-year-old son and they
live in their modest home in the suburbs. Three years ago, Hansraj began
to see another woman, who worked with him. more...
Plea for peace
Recent developments in the Indo- Pak relationship has prompted an
impassioned response from many, Rinku and Nirmala share their poems
with you. more...