AROUND TOWN NEWS

  • Chitra Divakaruni: “Celebrating Diversity and Building Bridges”

    Chitra Divakaruni: “Celebrating Diversity and Building Bridges” November 2018 - Renowned author, poet, activist, and professor of creative writing, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, was the invited speaker for Emory University’s 18th annual Sheth Lecture in Indian Studies.

  • Gandhi’s 149th birthday at the statue and “Gandhi @ 150” at the Consulate

    Gandhi’s 149th birthday at the statue and “Gandhi @ 150” at the Consulate November 2018 - The Gandhi Foundation USA and the Consulate General of India, Atlanta, celebrated the 149th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi at the Gandhi Statue. Later a gathering was held at the Consulate.

  • Raksha celebrates Ek Shaam’s 20th Anniversary

    Raksha celebrates Ek Shaam’s 20th Anniversary November 2018 - The 20th anniversary celebrations of Raksha included almost all of those who were part of the inaugural “Ek Shaam Raksha ke Naam.” Niraj Sharma created a video, Walk Down Memory Lane.

  • UIBS/GA Tech Global Business Forum looks at Israel, India, and the USA

    UIBS/GA Tech Global Business Forum looks at Israel, India, and the USA November 2018 - The UIBS and Georgia Tech Global Business Forum focused on Advanced Manufacturing, Smart Cities, Internet of Things (IoT), and Robotics in the USA, India, and Israel.

  • BAGA’s exciting all-day cricket tournament

    BAGA’s exciting all-day cricket tournament November 2018 - BAGA's high-energy cricket teams, consisting of both ladies and men, played a fun and friendly tournament on the fine Saturday morning of September 22, 2018 at Fowler Park in Cumming.

  • Roshani Chokshi returns to the Carlos Museum as a best-selling author

    Roshani Chokshi returns to the Carlos Museum as a best-selling author November 2018 - Atlanta's Roshani Chokshi, an Emory alumna, returned to the Carlos Museum, the inspiration for the museum in her book, the middle-grade mythological success, Aru Shah and the End of Time.

  • Democratic voters gather to discuss politics and the November midterm election.

    Democratic voters gather to discuss politics and the November midterm election. November 2018 - Two "Chai & Chaat" meetings with panel discussions were held so that local Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Democrats could meet leaders and learn about candidates and the election process.

  • Alpharetta was perfect place for diverse Night Market

    Alpharetta was perfect place for diverse Night Market November 2018 - The Atlanta International Night Market with Veggie Village was held in Alpharetta with over 58,000 people attending. Over 70 countries were represented, including South Asian.

  • St. Mary’s Orthodox Church reaches out to its neighbors with the Atlanta India Festival

    St. Mary’s Orthodox Church reaches out to its neighbors with the Atlanta India Festival November 2018 - The Atlanta India Festival serves as the largest annual community outreach program of St. Mary’s Orthodox Church. Now in its third year, this free celebration draws over 1,500 attendees.

  • IAPC’s fifth Media Conference held in Atlanta

    IAPC’s fifth Media Conference held in Atlanta November 2018 - P. Sreeramakrishnan, Speaker of the Kerala Legislative Assembly, was one of the speakers from India at the 5th International Media Conference of the Indo-American Press Club in Atlanta.

 

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