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Portrait of an Artist

Krish Sengupta is all set for his solo art exhibition in New York City in January 2022. The artist’s work can be seen at On The Fringe, aka 72 Warren at Tribeca from January 13th […]

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Tradition of Happy Holidays in the US

The Christmas season, also called the holiday season (often simply called the holidays), or the festive season, is an annually recurring period recognized in many Western and other countries that is generally considered to run […]

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CHANCELLOR PORTER AND CITY COUNCIL ANNOUNCE HISTORIC $4 MILLION INVESTMENT IN LANGUAGE ACCESS FOR ALL

 NEW YORK(TIP): Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter and City Council, on November 30, announced the launch of “Language Access for All,” an historic $4 million investment in improving outreach, engagement and communication with multilingual families across […]

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As Omicron Variant Cases Pop Up in U.S., Officials Launch Efforts to Prevent COVID Surges

New York officials said five cases were detected in City and Long Island NEW YORK (TIP): As scientists identify cases of COVID-19 caused by the omicron variant in the United States, officials at all levels […]

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Time to rejoice: Guru Nanak has arrived to redeem humanity Guru Nanak, a great advocate of humanism of the 15th century of India is considered as the model of interreligious harmony. He dedicated his whole […]

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November Election Results Ring Ominous Alarm Bells for Democrats

Virginia goes RED Republicans trounce Democrats in Nassau County NJ Gov Murphy scrapes through Eric Adams registers an authentic win for Mayor of City of New York even as Democrats prevail in the deep Blue […]

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India in history this Week-November 5 to November 11, 2021

05 NOVEMBER 1556       In the second battle of Panipat, the Mughal ruler Akbar defeated Hemu. 1920       Indian Red Cross Society was established. 1961       India‘s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru visited New York. 2001       India and […]

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Indian American Felicia Singh in historic battle in Queens Council District 32

QUEENS, NY (TIP): Felicia Singh, the first Guyanese and Punjabi person to win the Democratic Party primary in Queens Council District 32, is joining the battle for the prestigious seat to center equity and justice […]