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  • Simi Shah wins award for piano teaching literature

    Simi Shah wins award for piano teaching literature September 2011 - Simi Nitin Shah, aged 13, was awarded the prestigious Lynn Freeman Olson Composition Award (Intermediate category) for her composition, “Fragile Dreams,” which will be published as “an excellent contribution to the world of piano teaching literature.”

  • A proud moment for cricket in Atlanta

    A proud moment for cricket in Atlanta September 2011 - After commendable performances by Japen Patel and Anand Tummala helped the Atlanta Georgia Cricket Conference (AGCC) become champions of the Southeast Region, both cricketers have received further honors.

  • Rifka Mayani to teach Bharatanatyam at KSU

    Rifka Mayani to teach Bharatanatyam at KSU September 2011 - Rifka Mayani has already been connecting India and Atlanta through a student leadership exchange between Kennesaw State University (KSU) and institutions in India. Now she has also begun teaching Bharathanatyam at KSU.

  • Shreyas Sreenath receives Fulbright Study Grant

    Shreyas Sreenath receives Fulbright Study Grant July 2011 - Sreenath is one of four Georgia students receiving a Fulbright scholarship this year. His research will be through the Anthroplogy Department of Dhaka University and CARE Bangladesh.

  • Dr. Gulshan Harjee is a Georgia Trend Power Woman

    Dr. Gulshan Harjee is a Georgia Trend Power Woman July 2011 - Dr. Gulshan Harjee is a doctor of internal medicine, President/CEO of First Medical Care, and Past President of the DeKalb Medical Society.

  • Rohan Kapur wins gold and silver medals in track events

    Rohan Kapur wins gold and silver medals in track events July 2011 - Rohan Kapur won the Gold and Silver medals, respectively, in the 100 and 200 meter races in the Special Olympics of Georgia.

  • Dr. Bipin Chudgar donates to build house for cancer patients

    Dr. Bipin Chudgar donates to build house for cancer patients June 2011 - Dr. Bipin Chudgar is spearheading an effort to build a temporary home for women with cancer and is donating $500,000 of the $2 million necessary for the project—all of this resulting from a small act of kindness.

  • Anika Vennel wins Google Doodle award

    Anika Vennel wins Google Doodle award June 2011 - Anika Vennel is a State Finalist in Google’s 2011 Doodle4Google Contest. Her artwork, “Space—Exploring New Frontiers,” was chosen by Google employees from a total of more than 107,000 entries from across the country.

  • Georgia Asian Times includes Ani Agnihotri in GAT 25

    Georgia Asian Times includes Ani Agnihotri in GAT 25 June 2011 - Ani Agnihotri was the only Indian-American picked this year by Georgia Asian Americans for its sixth edition of 25 Most Influenced Asian Americans in Georgia.

  • Distinguished Scientist Award for Dr. Veena Rao of Morehouse

    Distinguished Scientist Award for Dr. Veena Rao of Morehouse May 2011 - Dr. Veena N. Rao of the Morehouse School of Medicine is the first woman scientist to receive the Mario Toppo Distinguished Scientist Award from the Association of Scientists of Indian Origin in America (ASIOA).

 

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