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Some Interesting People Of 2004


12/21/2004

(This article is sponsored by Attorney Trupti Patel)

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Lokvani Talks To Clark Siddiqui, Immigration Attorney

“There are no two cases that are the same”, says Clark Siddiqui, Immigration Attorney, “Each time I create a folder for my client, I realized that there is a life behind it.”

Community Stalwarts - Narain and Vidya Bhatia

To Lexingtonians, the Bhatias are a ubiquitous presence in the mainstream scene, involved to their very core in activities that elevate and sustain this diverse community.

Lokvani Talks To Dr. Vikas Sukhatme

Dr.Sukhatme’s enthusiasm for his work goes beyond his hands-on research, which includes ground-breaking and news-making findings in treating preeclampsia.

Lokvani Talks To Rashida Bee And Champa Devi Shukla

Rashida Bee and Champa Devi Shukla are the unsung heroines of the Bhopal Gas tragedy. Their tireless and courageous efforts to demand justice from Union Carbide and Dow Chemical fetched them the Goldman Environmental Prize this year.

In Conversation with Sonal Shah, Founder, Indicorps

Sonal Shah, Founder of Indicorps, participated in the session on Social Entrepreneurship at TiECON 2004. In an exclusive interview with Lokvani, Shah gave clear pointers and specific advice to make social entrepreneurship a success. 

 Lokvani talks to Raj Sharma

Raj Sharma, Senior Vice President of Merrill Lynch has been featured in the book "The Winner's Circle" as one of the top thirty financial advisors. He talked to Lokvani about his life, money management philosophy and investment strategies.

Lokvani Talks To Kiran Bedi

Kiran Bedi had the room in splits when she described her breakfast at the White House with President Bill Clinton. “Oh, it wasn’t much fun, the breakfast was cold. The milk, the cereal, the fruits were all ice cold! Give me a hot Indian breakfast anyday!”

Lokvani Talks To Uma Yalamanchili Of Hot Breads

Hot Breads is the brand new Indian Bakery in Woburn offering delicious and tasty pastries, croissants and cakes with an Indain flavor. Meet Uma Yalamanchili, the smart and exuberant lady behind this venture.

 Lokvani Talks To TR100 Winner Ramesh Rasker

"If each light bulb in the home is a projector - it will completely change our way of life," says Ramesh Rasker who won the TR100 technovator award for building large computer display systems that seamlessly combine images from multiple projectors.

In Conversation With Thalassa Ali

"My experience in Pakistan is at the heart of the tale and the telling of my novels," says Thalassa Ali, author of 'Beggar at the Gate'.

 Lokvani Talks To Dr Purnima Sangal

"Doing Practice and seeing patients is one thing", says Dr Purnima Sangal, who is well known in the New England community. "But trying to give this knowledge to a different bunch of people in a different set up is another".

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In this Issue
Some Interesting People Of 2004


Lokvani shines the spotlight on some faces of 2004.
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Some Interesting People Of 2004
Lokvani Featured Book Reviews Of 2004


Catch up on your holiday reading with these favorites.
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Lokvani Featured Book Reviews Of 2004
Indian-American Students Participate In MMEA Classical Music Extravaganza


Several Indian American highschoolers were selected to perform at the 47th Annual Northeastern District Concert organized by MMEA.
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Indian-American Students Participate In MMEA Classical Music Extravaganza
Bighelp For Education Celebrates Pongal


"Bighelp for Education" celebrated Pongal on January 9, 2005 at Johnson Middle School in Walpole, MA.
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Bighelp For Education Celebrates Pongal
Films From Bollywood - 2004 Round Up


2004 - Bollywood films revisited.
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Films From Bollywood - 2004 Round Up

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