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Daily EDITION : News from INDIA New England | Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Forum elects new executive committee, board of trustees and Sanjay Kudrimuty as president

LEXINGTON, MA—The Indian American Forum for Political Education Massachusetts on Sunday elected Sanjay Kudrimuty as its new president as well as a new executive committee and a new board of trustees for a two-year term. Read More

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Forum to operate as a separate and independent entity from the national organization

LEXINGTON, MA—The Indian American Forum for Political Education Massachusetts will operate as a separate and independent body from the national Indian American Forum for Political Education, known as IAFPE. Read More

Meet New Forum President Sanjay Kudrimuty and His Immediate Plans

LEXINGTON, MA—At the General Body meeting of the Indian American Forum for Political Education Massachusetts on Sunday, Sanjay Kudrimuty was elected president of the newly –relaunched organization. Read More

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Organic Recipes: Baked salmon with dill, capers and lemon

By Dr. Saira Hussain, MD
INDIA New England News Columnist
Hello. For me, food is more than just calories that people eat. I feel that making and serving delicious and nutritious meals are a way of life and it’s all about making smart choices. Read More

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Qubool Hai to go off air on Jan. 25

MUMBAI–“Qubool Hai” – an Indian show with a Muslim backdrop — is set to bid adieu to the small screen on January 25. Read More

Social values of migrants shift over a single generation

LONDON– Thinking styles and social values of migrants shift rapidly over a single generation to become more similar to those of the wider society they have moved into, new research has indicated.

“This study should allay fears that migrants will fail to integrate because of unalterable social and cultural differences,” said lead study author Alex Mesoudi, associate professor of cultural evolution at the University of Exeter in England. Read More

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Nagareddy’s arrest highlights how popping pills to manage pain can prove fatal for you

NEW YORK– The arrest of Indian-American psychiatrist Narendra Nagareddy for allegedly overprescribing opioids, leading to overdoses and several deaths, has once again highlighted how the use of narcotic pain medication and psychoactive drugs can have a negative impact on a person’s quality of life and may ultimately prove lethal if taken long-term. Read More

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62 people have same wealth as 3.5 billion, Indian CEOs Make 416 Times the salary of a typical employee

By Chaitanya Mallapur
Just 62 individuals had the same wealth as 3.5 billion people — the bottom half of humanity—in 2015, according to a new report, An Economy For The 1%, by global advocacy Oxfam.

This figure is down from 388 individuals as recently as 2010. The wealth of the richest 62 people has risen 44 percent in the five years since 2010, an increase of $542 billion (Rs.24,66,100 crore) to $1.76 trillion (Rs.1,07,36,000 crore), which is 86 percent ($2.05 trillion) of India’s GDP in 2014. Read More


Protests over Dalit student’s suicide in India, central minister booked

NEW DELHI–The protests over suicide of a Dalit research scholar rocked University of Hyderabad while police booked central minister Bandaru Dattatreya and three others for abetment of suicide and also for violations of the SC/ST act. Read More

Forbidden Desires: love and duty, desire and demands and heart vs head

By Somrita Ghosh
NEW DELHI– Is it taboo for women to talk about sex, their hidden desires or having extra-marital affairs? No! It is their liberal attitude towards life, their choice of heart over head and breaking social norms and fulfilling their forbidden desires, says a new book on the subject.

Madhuri Banerjee’s “Forbidden Desires” (Rupa, pp 168, Rs.295) takes readers to the world of four female protagonists – Naina, Ayesha, Kavita and Kaajal – who are made to face the shocking truths they never imagined. Read More

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Bollywood Roundup: Big B, Sridevi, Vidya, Sonakshi, Hrithik, Sonam and More

Sridevi is encyclopedia of acting: Vidya
Mumbai– National Award-winning actress Vidya Balan says Sridevi is an “encyclopedia of acting”. Post-watching Anil Kapoor and Sridevi-starrer “Mr. India” after many years again, Vidya went on a praising spree for the team of the 1987 cult classic. Read More

Telugu film Nannaku Prematho joins $1 million club at US box office

CHENNAI– Actor Jr. NTR-starrer Telugu drama “Nannaku Prematho”, an emotional drama between a father and son, has entered the $1 million club in the US in just three days since its release. Read More

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Stop benchmarking Indian DJs with Western standards

By Kishori Sud
NEW DELHI–The country’s disc jockeys have the ability to make a splash internationally, but can do so only with their indigenous style and not by aspiring to match standards set by foreign DJs, says Delhi-based DJ Kerano, who feels there’s a dire need for Indians to value homegrown talent. Read More

Kabir Bedi celebrates 70th birthday, marries partner Parveen Dusanj, 42

MUMBAI-Veteran actor Kabir Bedi, who celebrated his 70th birthday on Saturday, with his close friends also tied the knot with his long-time partner Parveen Dusanj, 42, on Friday.

Actor Gulshan Grover who attended Kabir Bedi’s birthday celebration on Saturday night said he wished him 10 more marriages.

“I admire him and he has done some tremendous work, he is someone I look up to and he is the nicest person in the show business. Wishes come from heart I wish him all the very best and I wish him 10 more marriages”... Read More

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British Model and Actress Elizabeth Hurley finds “bliss” in India

MUMBAI–British model and actress Elizabeth Hurley, who has shared a close connect with India, is currently enjoying some relaxed moments in the country. Read More


Obama draws inspiration from Lord Hanuman

WASHINGTON–A statue of the Lord Hanuman is one of the selective items of personal significance that US President Barack Obama carries in his pocket.

Obama disclosed this in a YouTube interview on Friday, which the White House scheduled as a way to reach to younger audiences as it promotes the president’s final State of the Union address held on Tuesday. Read More

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