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LEXINGTON, MA--On June 10, Joseph Estabrook School in Lexington got a new Principal. But just for a day. A beaming, confident fourth grader, Ria Dang Sharma walked in purposefully to take over as "Principal for the Day" from Ms. Sandra Trach, the school principal.
For her first and only day as a principal, Sharma wore brand new shiny heeled shoes for the very special day. Out of hundreds of raffle tickets at the annual school fundraiser, Sharma had won the coveted ticket to get an inside look at what it takes to run a school.
BOSTON--Consumption of sugary drinks may lead to diabetes, heart disease, and cancers and an estimated 184,000 adult deaths each year worldwide, shows a study by a team of researchers led by an Indian American.

In the first detailed global report on the impact of sugar-sweetened beverages, researchers estimated deaths and disabilities caused by diabetes, heart disease, and cancers in 2010.
WALTHAM, MA--ESPN Sports Center anchor Kevin Negandhi wanted to become the first Indian-American sports anchor and he did achieve his dream. In an exclusive video interview with INDIA New England News, Negandhi talks about his childhood as growing up in an Indian household and his sports dream. Negandhi recently visited Boston to attend a fundraiser for the Akshaya Patra Foundation. To view the video interview, click here.
MUMBAI, India--After making a mark on Indian small screen, he sailed into the silver screen - to conquer hearts and become 'Badshah' of Bollywood. As Shah Rukh Khan completed 23 years in the Hindi film industry, the superstar thanked his well-wishers and critics alike for standing by him in his journey in showbiz.

The 49-year-old took to micro-blogging site Twitter to express his gratitude via a video message. “Hi everybody on Twitter. First of all, extremely sorry for the delay...But I'm a star so I can be a little late. No, I really wanted to thank you all for very,
NEEDHAM, MA—About 100 people attended the free health fair organized on Sunday by the United India Association of New England. The purpose of the health fair was to provide education to promote healthy living, health screenings, wellness information, and other resources to the community.
“The event was very well received by the attendees and the audience who attended stayed for the entire day,” said Neela Gandhi, president of United India. “We had about 150 people who had signed up and we had about 100 people who showed up I guess because of the rainy weather.”
WASHINGTON--Indian Foreign Secretary Subrahmanyam Jaishankar had a series of interaction with interlocutors in the U.S. Government during his visit to Washington D.C. on 29th June, 2015. He met, among others, U.S. National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken and U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Michael Froman.
BERLIN, Germany--With overall average price of $1.75, Delhi is the 5th least expensive beer city in the world, according to Beer Price Index complied from 75 cities worldwide by GoEuro.com, the bus, train and flight comparison site for travel across Europe. It recently launched its 2015 Beer Price Index, which compares several beers in stores and bars to rank 75 world cities in terms of price. None of the Indian cities made to the list. It is probably a good thing for beer lovers.
BOSTON-- Romulus Capital, a Cambridge, MA-based seed stage tech investment firm, is looking to raise money for its third fund, according to a recent regulatory filing, Boston Business Journal reported.

Neil Chheda, co-founder and general partner at Romulus, said he couldn't disclose the specifics of the fund — called Romulus Capital III — but said it would be "larger" than the previous two, according to the Boston Business Journal. Romulus, which Chheda co-founded with former McKinsey consultant Krishna Gupta, last raised $50 million for a fund in 2014.
By Anurag Dey
KOLKATA, India-- His relentless fight might have taken away the 'untouchable shield' from doctors guilty of medical negligence, but Indian American doctor Kunal Saha insists there are miles to go to cleanse the Indian healthcare system - plagued by corruption and inefficiency. Having lost his wife in 1998 to faulty medical treatment, Saha's unrelenting pursuit for justice bore fruit 15 years later when the Supreme Court in October 2013 directed Kolkata's AMRI Hospital and three of its doctors to pay the highest-ever compensation of Rs. 11.5 crore (nearly $2 million).

Shuttling between the US and Kolkata, veering from one court to another and taking on the might of a corrupt administration and battling his own occupational fraternity, Saha's fight for his beloved wife Anuradha is the stuff of a Bollywood film where justice eventually pervades over all evil.
NEW DELHI--As much as $120 billion will be invested in Indian Railways in the next five years for expansion and upgradation, said Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Tuesday.

Indian Railway did not see any investments in the past 25 years, so there will be an investment of $120 billion to catch up with the backlog, said Prabhu, in an address to students and alumni of premier institutions like the IITs, National Law University and the London School of Economics.
LEXINGTON, MA—Newly-elected Lexington Town Committee members met with local Indian residents on Sunday to share their experiences as how they got involved into local politics and they urged Indian residents to get involved their town politics and serve the community.

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NEW YORK--Societal acceptance of working mothers is now a given and is at an all-time high, says a new study. Researchers analysed data from nearly 600,000 respondents from two nationally representative surveys -- one of US 12th graders and the other of adults -- taken between 1976 and 2013.
MUMBAI, India--India's external debt grew by 6.6 percent or $29.5 billion in the March-end period and stood at $475.8 billion, official data showed on Tuesday.
HYDERABAD, India--Hyderabad's police commissioner has suspended four police personnel and transferred a sub-inspector of police for beating up four youth including an NRI living in Ireland, a statement said on Tuesday.
MUMBAI, India--In a partial relief for Swiss fastfood giant Nestle, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday allowed the company to export all varieties of its popular two-minute Maggi noodles from India, though restrictions on domestic marketing would continue.
NEW DELHI-- Over eight percent, or 207.8 lakh, of the total households in the country have disabled persons, reveals data on disabled population in India released here on Tuesday.
NEW DELHI--India and the US on Tuesday inked a MoU for establishing the PACEsetter Fund, a new joint Rs.50 crore ($7.9 million) fund to accelerate the commercialization of innovative clean energy solutions.
NEW YORK-- Parents must look at how their kids negotiate and resolve fights so that they do the same to cement the relationship even stronger, says new study.
NEW YORK--Researchers, including two Indian-origin scientists, have developed an eco-friendly bio-degradable green "herding" agent that can be used to clean up light crude oil spills on water.

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