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In Conversation With: Year In Review - Part I


12/28/2017

In Conversation With Sheetal Acharya
"South Asian women must stand with all Americans to protect the rights and gains of all women over the last few decades and not see them repealed under Trump," says Sheetal Acharya, a community leader who served as the first National President of the Network of Indian Professionals of North America. Learn more about this momentous march on the Presidential inauguration.
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In Conversation With Pankaj Adaval Of Swaranjali
Swaranjali is going to perform on January 21st in Northboro with its full troop, the excitement of our team is quite palpable. - Pankaj Adaval.
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In Conversation With Atty. Trupti Patel
Trupti Patel is a leading Immigration Attorney who has served the Indian community for many years. She talked to Lokvani about the travel ban and the potential impact of future immigration policy changes in the new administration.
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In Conversation With Neerja Bajaj, For Lexington School Committee
Neerja Bajaj is running for school committee in Lexington, MA. "I am passionate, engaged and committed to our town and its school system. Please consider voting for me for 1-year school committee seat." Election date is 3/6.
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A Conversation With Grammy Award Winner, Tabla Maestro Sandeep Das
by Shuchita Rao
The happy news of winning a Grammy has not inflated Boston based tabla maestro Sandeep Das's ego in any manner. Das, who lives with his family in Newton, MA recently spoke to Shuchita Rao about his journey in music thus far.
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In Conversation With Madhuri Dixit, Actor And Dr Sriram Nene
On the occasion of International Women's month a dialogue with Madhuri Dixit and her husband Dr Sriram Nene on poverty, women's empowerment and India.
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In Conversation With Madhu Bala Sharma
With her charm and wit, Madhu Bala Sharma, a visually impaired young woman stole the hearts of many recently at the AIF New England Gala.
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Playing The Violin Is A Family Affair For Ragini Shankar
In conversation with Suchita Rao, Ragini Shankar, a mechanical engineer by education and for whom playing the violin is a family affair, discusses her love for the instrument and exciting musical projects.
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In Conversation With Dr. Anand Shukla (Vyasji)
Dr. Anand Shukla has a degree in Philosophy from Agra University. He is the head priest of the Shri Hari Dham temple in Norwood, MA that is opening on Aug 28th. It is located at 1500 Boston Providence Highway. An astrologer and a priest trained in the Nimbark tradition, he talked to Lokvani about the temple and its philosophy.
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In Conversation With Lynne Voggu, Agape International
We serve to bring life and hope to HIV infected/affected children who’ve had endure neglect (many on the brink of death) and discrimination. - Lynne Voggu.
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In Conversation With Karthikeyan Ramu
Karthikeyan Ramu, Founder of Tamil Makkal Man​d​ram and Chair of Tamil Chair initiative for New England, talked to Lokvani about the Endowed Chair for Classical Tamil Language & Sangam literature at Harvard University and the upcoming Walkathon.
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Vision-Aid Presents “Charmer, Warrior, Guide”
Jeyanthi Ghatraju, Sujatha Meyyappan and Sripriya Natarajan Moorthy and Mudurai Muralidaran talked to Lokvani about the upcoming Vision-Aid Broadway-style mega dance presentation “Charmer, Warrior, Guide” on July 14th.
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In Conversation With Sri Chanchalapathi Dasa
Sri Chanchalapathi Dasa is the Senior Vice-President of ISKCON, Bangalore and Vice-Chairman of the Akshaya Patra Foundation. He shared spiritual insights with Lokvani.
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In this Issue
In Conversation With: Year In Review - Part I


Lokvani had a chance to converse with following during the year: Sheetal Acharya, Pankaj Adaval, Trupti Patel, Neerja Bajaj, Sandeep Das, Madhu Bala Sharma, Ragini Shankar, Anand Shukla, Lynne Voggu, Karthikeyan Ramu, and Sri Chanchalapathi Dasa.
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In Conversation With: Year In Review - Part I
Lokvani Talks To: Year In Review Part I


Local community featured included: Rohini Rajaraman, Dharma Center Team, Michael Zimmerman, Shamit Mehta, Sundaresan Sambandam, Cindy Jathar, Ramesh Advani, Hema Iyengar and Vandana Rao, Prithvi Banerjee, Archie Reddy, Sumana Hatwar and Shyamala Ayasola, and Sushil Pandit.
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Lokvani Talks To: Year In Review Part I
Nama Ruchi Mela Boston 2017


The Boston Chapter of the GSS is organizing this year’s Nama Ruchi as a 2-full day Mela (fair) at Chinmaya Temple, Andover on Dec 30, 2017 and Dec 31, 2017. Nama Ruchi 2017 is a unique and rare spiritual treat for Bostonians. This first-time in Boston function celebrates the Bhagawan Namams (names of gods and goddesses) through song, prayer, and dance.
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Nama Ruchi Mela Boston 2017
People: Year In Review - Part I


Indian Americans in 2017 created great impact in many dimensions.
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People: Year In Review - Part I
AAPI’s 11th Annual Global Healthcare Summit Begins In Kolkata


The 11th edition of the annual Global Healthcare Summit organized by the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), USA began here at the historic City of Kolkata in West Bengal, India on December 28th at the famous JW Marriott with international poster/research competition, first responders training, and the inaugural gala.
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AAPI’s 11th Annual Global Healthcare Summit Begins In Kolkata

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