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Mahendra Shah
11/02/2009






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Spectacular AIF Gala' Bowties And Bangles ' Attracts Bostonites For Giving


An impressive $312,000 was raised at the third Annual 'Bowties and Bangles' gala of the American India Foundation. Victor and Tara Menezes, Chandrika Tandon, Kris Das Gupta, Anjali Sharma and Venky Raghavendra of AIF, and the Boston leadership council of Raj and Nalini Sharma, Venkat and Pratima Srinivasan, Amitabh and Reema Chandra attended. Mani Subramanian, Chairman of Keane was the honoree for the evening.
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Spectacular AIF Gala' Bowties And Bangles ' Attracts Bostonites For Giving
Desai Family Foundation Holds Seminar On Early Detection & Prevention Of Women's Cancer


The Desai Family Foundation (DFF) is pleased to announce a complimentary interactive seminar series to help raise awareness on women’s health issues - common disease themes and best in class treatment recommendations.
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Desai Family Foundation Holds  Seminar On Early Detection & Prevention Of Women's Cancer
South Asian Art - Exhibition At MFA, Offers Rare Show Of Paintings From Renowned Chaudhri Collection


Sixteen paintings by luminaries of modern Indian art will be featured in Bharat Ratna! Jewels of Modern Indian Art, on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), from November 14, 2009–August 22, 2010. These vibrant Bharat Ratna—literally “Jewels of India”—are drawn from the renowned collection of Mr. and Mrs. Rajiv Jahangir Chaudhri, who have assembled some of the finest examples of post-Independence Indian art.
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South Asian Art - Exhibition At MFA, Offers Rare Show  Of Paintings From Renowned Chaudhri Collection
Our Voice And Yours


Thanksgiving time is Lokvani's opportunity to thank all our sponsors who support us generously, loyal readers who stand by us and our well wishers who believe that we are here for the specific purpose of giving a voice to the community.
A BIG THANK YOU FROM THE LOKVANI TEAM

Meet Our Sponsor: ATFS Learning Center.
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Our Voice And Yours
Picture Of The Fortnight


By the time the Colorado river enters the Grand Canyon, at Lee's Ferry, its altitude has fallen to 3,110 feet, dropping over one mile since its beginning. The river will drop another 2,200 feet before it reaches the other end of the Grand Canyon, the Grand Wash Cliffs, 277 miles away.
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Picture Of The Fortnight

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