Gurjar Kicks Off 2019 Garba Season

READING, MA-- The Gujarati Association of New England, known as Gurjar, will kick off the 2019 Garba season later this month. “GARBA season is right...

BigHelp for Education Raises $25,000, Celebrates Harvest Festival and Republic Day

MARLBOROUGH, MA--Bighelp for Education, a Massachusetts-based non-profit organization that helps underprivileged children in India who are at the juncture of discontinuing their studies due...

Celebrate Ugadi and Gudi Padwa on Sunday With a Special Buffet Lunch at Dharani...

WESTBROUGH, MA—Dharani, a fine dining family restaurant with specialties in India’s regional culinary traditions, will host a special buffet lunch event on Sunday, March...

Saheli Awarded $10,000 Grant From the Dow Fund

By Haider Ghiasuddin BURLINGTON, MA--The Harry Dow Memorial Legal Fund has awarded a $10,000 grant to Saheli, a non-profit organization whose mission to fight domestic...

Winners in all IAGB competitions announced, team Atom Bomb wins Antakshari

BURLINGTON, MA—The team Atom Bomb won the first prize at the region’s first Antakshari competition, organized by India Association of Greater Boston, one of...

Nominations Now Open for New England Choice Awards 2019

WALTHAM, MA—Nominations are now open for the 4th Annual New England Choice Awards 2019 in various categories, including Academics, Art, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare, Community Service,...

Gurjar Elects Ramila Thakkar its New President and a New Executive Committee

WALTHAM, MA-- Gujarati Association of New England, popularly known as Gurjar, has elected Ramila Thakkar as its new president of the non-profit community organization,...

Free Immigration Advice, Immunizations Available at Nashua Library on Dec. 4

NASHUA, MA--If you have questions about applying to enter the U.S. or becoming a citizen, come to the Nashua Public Library for an open...

Puran Dang: The Community Catalyst

LEXINGTON, MA—Puran Dang’s journey began in Pakistan, took him to Delhi after British India’s partition in 1947 and then to IIT Kharagpur and finally...

About 8,000 People Celebrate India’s Independence Day at Boston City Hall Plaza; Girish Mehta...

BOSTON—Approximately 8,000 people flocked to Boston’s City Hall Plaza to celebrate India’s Independence Day. This was the first time ever India Association of Greater...

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