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  • Prashanth Kumar honored in Atlanta INtown's “20 Under 20”

    Prashanth Kumar honored in Atlanta INtown's “20 Under 20” February 2016 - Prashanth Kumar, 16, has volunteered in the medical field in India, in many ways at his school, and got a first-time 2400 SAT score. He is an Atlanta INtown magazine ‘20 Under 20’ honoree.

  • Spelman’s Tinaz Pavri gets award for distinguished service

    Spelman’s Tinaz Pavri gets award for distinguished service December 2015 - Dr. Tinaz Pavri, Professor at Spelman College and author of the memoir Bombay in the Age of Disco, received the Donald Wells award from the Georgia Political Science Association.

  • Velcheru Narayana Rao’s historic appointment to newly endowed professorship of Telugu culture at Emory University

    Velcheru Narayana Rao’s historic appointment to newly endowed professorship of Telugu culture at Emory University December 2015 - Velcheru Narayana Rao holds Emory University's newly established professorship for Telugu literature and culture, the first funded one outside the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states of India.

  • Ravi Sarma and Ritesh Desai among GAT’s 2015 influential Asian Americans

    Ravi Sarma and Ritesh Desai among GAT’s 2015 influential Asian Americans December 2015 - Dr. Ravi Sarma and Rick (Ritesh) Desai were among the Georgia Asian Times’ “25 Most Influential Asian Americans in Georgia.” The newspaper is a cultural bridge among Asian ethnic groups.

  • Maya Aravapalli, high school student, is getting desks and chairs for a school in India

    Maya Aravapalli, high school student, is getting desks and chairs for a school in India December 2015 - Maya Aravapalli, a high school junior and an ambassador for Girl Scouts, is working on the Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouts. Her project: providing desks and chairs for an entire school.

  • Ritesh Desai is an Equal Opportunity Commission appointee

    Ritesh Desai is an Equal Opportunity Commission appointee September 2015 - Governor Nathan Deal has appointed Vanitywala.com executive Ritesh (Rick) Desai to the Board of Commissioners for the Commission on Equal Opportunity, as it entertains discrimination claims.

  • DeKalb County recognizes business owners for 30 years service

    DeKalb County recognizes business owners for 30 years service September 2015 - The Commissioners and CEO of DeKalb County, GA honored Mr. Dinesh and Mrs. Chitra Vaishnav, owners of Mr. Quick Copy and Printing in Decatur, for 30+ years of personifying dedication of immigrants.

  • Judge Jessy Lall is Georgia’s first South Asian female judge

    Judge Jessy Lall is Georgia’s first South Asian female judge September 2015 - Judge Jaslovelin "Jessy" Lall has been appointed as a permanent Magistrate Judge of Fulton County. Judge Lall is the first and only South Asian female judge in Georgia.

  • Paramount Software Solutions receives two honors

    Paramount Software Solutions receives two honors September 2015 - Two honors for Pramod Sajja and Paramount Software Solutions: “FAST 100” winner (US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce) and “Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies to work for” winner.

  • Fifth-grader Deeya Datta's poem chosen for publication

    Fifth-grader Deeya Datta's poem chosen for publication September 2015 - Last spring, Deeya Datta, a 5th grader, submitted a poem to a contest for student writers in the USA and Canada. Her poem “Water” was selected for literary merit, creativity, and social significance.

 

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