Parents have a favourite child and here’s the proof!
According to a study published by the Journal of Marriage and Family, 75 per cent of mothers report feeling closer to the eldest child, her first born. Interestingly, the same study was conducted ten years ago, and the results were the same. Whoa!
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|IAGB Announces Schedule For Elections|
IAGB will hold its 2017 General Body Meeting on Sunday, October 8, 2017 as per the following schedule. All Life and Regular Members are invited to attend and participate in the 2017-2019 Executive Committee elections. [more]
On Friday, October 6, 2017 at 6pm, Keefe Tech located in Ashland, MA, is the venue for holding Kala Sangam, an evening of entertainment for the noble cause of helping to change the lives of underprivileged children in India. The admission to the event is complimentary. [more]
|Prof. Neeraj Rai Receives $750K From DOE|
Dr. Neeraj Rai, assistant professor of chemical engineering at MSU, receives $750,000 for his research to develop advanced computational frameworks for understanding chemical and physical processes at the molecular level. [more]
by Chitravanu Neogy
Caleidoscope 2017, the largest Indian Film Festival in New England, was held from Sep. 8-10. A total of 14 contemporary, acclaimed feature films, shorts and documentaries were screened in two prominent, prestigious locations, Apple Cinemas and at Stata Center, MIT. The event was co-organized by Calcutta Club USA of Acton, MA and the MIT Sangam graduate students association. [more]
|Ghazals And Thumris By Kiran Nath|
Kiran Nath, an amazing Ghazal singer who has given music to the compositions of great singers like Anup Jalota will be presenting an evening of Ghazals and Thumris at the Chinmaya Maruti on September 23 at 6:00 pm. [more]
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