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BURLINGTON, MA—With approximately 50 speakers, the day-long Mega Health & Wellness Expo was attended by over 2,500 people throughout the day on April 19 at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA. The Third Annual Expo, which was free for all attendees, focused on modern as well as alternative medicines and offered a number of interactive workshops on music and dance therapy and yoga and meditation, among others.

"It was a rewarding experience to put together a Health Expo of this magnitude where over 50 speakers and moderators participated and approximately 2,500 people attended various sessions, workshops and live demos throughout the day," said Dr. Manju Sheth, MD, chair of the mega Health & Wellness Expo 2015. "Topics ranged from modern medicine to alternative medicine and medical entrepreneurship."

Dr. Deepak Takhtani, MD, who served as moderator-in-chief at the Expo, congratulated all for the success of the event.
BOSTON--On April 18th, the American India Foundation (AIF) held The Maternal and Neonatal Survival Initiative (MANSI) Summit at the Merck Research Laboratories. According to UNICEF, nearly a quarter of all maternal deaths worldwide occur in India and India leads in the number of newborn deaths and still births globally.
 
This inaugural event brought together over100 leaders from academic institutions, foundations, pharmaceutical companies, and non-profit organizations to promote awareness and best practices of maternal and neonatal health challenges in India.
STONEHAM, MA – Anya Gopal turned seven this January and all she wanted for her birthday was a Cowboy/Cowgirl-themed party and to help feeding under-served children in India. Anya’s party raised funds for Akshaya Patra’s school meal program which serves hot, nutritious lunches to 1.4 million children in over 10,770 government schools across India in an effort to promote education and improved nutrition for children of impoverished families.
CAMBRIDGE, MA—TiE-Boston has rebranded it annual flagship entrepreneurial conference as TiE StartupCon, which was previously known as TiECON East and has been recognized as the largest startup conference on the East Coast.

"TiE StartupCon brings together the old and the new of TiE-Boston and follows in the traditions of TiE-Boston by fostering a strong entrepreneurial community in Massachusetts,"said Gaugarin Oliver, President of TiE-Boston.
 
TiE StartupCon will be held on May 1 at Cambridge Marriott in Cambridge, MA.
 
"This year's conference puts startups at the core of the event, as we seek to help early-stage entrepreneurs along their journey to launch and build their own companies," said Anu Yadav, Executive Director of TiE-Boston.
Get ready to jump start your Mega Health day at 9:00 am with a fitness and yoga routine comprising pilates, power yoga, yoga nidra and meditation. We welcome the community to join this rare fitness combo offered by leading experts in New England area. This segment is coordinated by Pharmacist and Yoga Therapist Jay Gupta, co-founder of YogaCaps, Inc and RxRelax, LLC.

BURLINGTON, MA— Dr. Paul Mathew, Director of Continuing Medical Education at the Brigham & Women's Hospital, Department of Neurology, John R. Graham Headache Center, and who serves as the Director of Headache Medicine at the Cambridge Health Alliance, will talk about "When is Headache and Emergency" at the mega Health & Wellness Expo on Sunday, April 19, at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA.

In an exclusive video interview with INE MultiMedia's Health Talk series, Dr. Mathew talks about various types of headaches, including migraine, and what one can do to avoid or get relief from headaches. To Watch the interview, please click here.
BURLINGTON, MA—Mega Health & Wellness Expo, which will be held on Sunday, April 19, 2015, today announced the line of moderators for all the panels and workshops. The Expo is free for all attendees and will be held from 9:00 am to five 5:00 pm at Burlington Marriott Hotel. The moderator-in-chief is Dr. Deepak Takhtani, MD. Dr. Takhtani is Director of Neuroradiology at UMass Memorial Medical Center.
BURLINGTON, MA—Mega Health & Wellness Expo, which will be held on Sunday, April 19, 2015, today announced the names of 35 exhibitors at the Expo.. The Expo is free for all attendees and will be held from 9:00 am to five 5:00 pm at Burlington Marriott Hotel.

The Expo is organized by INE MultiMedia, Inc., a non-profit company devoted to promoting and supporting non-profit organizations focused on South Asian community, and is sponsored by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Lahey Health, Neem Medical Spa and INDIA New England News.

Here are the names of key exhibitors:
The World Premiere performances of Phoolan Devi: The Bandit Queen, a multi-media chamber opera by Shirish Korde, with a libretto by playwright Anusree Roy and directed by Tom Diamond, take place in New York City on June 26 and 27. The full-length, semi-staged shows are at 8pm at the Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater and are co-presented by the Indo-American Arts Council and Da Capo Chamber Players.
WESTFORD, MA-- Prisha Naduthota, a 7th Grader in Westford School systems, has won two prizes at Cleveland Aradhana competitions. Naduthota, a student of Smt Durga Krishnan, won first place in Veena swaram and second place in Veena krithis competitions at the Cleveland Thyagaraja Festival.

"I think that the competition is nerve racking and exciting, even though it does make a person gain a lot of experience and tremendous amount of satisfaction after the participation," Naduthota said.
WALTHAM, MA--Medha Jayendran, a 2nd grader, won the third prize in sub-junior Krithi category (Age 6-8) at the Cleveland Thyagaraja Festival. This was the first time she participated in the Cleveland festival.

Jayendran has been learning carnatic vocal from her guru Smt. Tara Anand since she was five years old. She thanks her guru for teaching her to work hard, find joy in singing, and not worry about winning. Her other interests include Bharathnatyam, figure skating and playing with her dog.

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Perhaps more than ever, women are willing to ditch their traveling companions and go solo when it comes time to hit the road and see the world.

A survey by Small Luxury Hotels of the World, for example, revealed that between 2011 and 2012 there was a 53 percent increase in the demand for rooms by women traveling alone. The London Daily Mail also reports that some hotels have taken steps to make their accommodations more appealing to women traveling on their own, with such features as women-only floors.
NEW YORK, NY – Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC) has added India to its growing list of international destinations included in its Unlimited Home Phone National calling plan. With this calling plan expansion, unlimited calls can be made to India at no additional charge and are treated the same as long-distance calls anywhere in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Mexico, China and Hong Kong.

Noting that one third of all international calls from the U.S. are placed to India, Jeff Lindsay, GM for Home Phone at TWC, said this enhancement offers tremendous benefits and savings to anyone who calls India to stay connected to loved ones.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--Airware Labs Corporation announced 37 Apollo Hospitals and 250 Apollo pharmacy retail outlets across India will now sell Airware Labs' innovative AIR™ ALLERGY product. Apollo Pharmacy is the largest retail pharmacy chain in India. Apollo Hospitals, based in Chennai, India, encompass over 10,000 beds across the country. A number of Apollo Hospitals have been among the first in India to receive international healthcare accreditation. Apollo hospitals and pharmacies are a part of the Apollo Group.
Hindus nationwide are concerned after reports of vandalizing of North Texas Hindu Mandir in Dallas on April 13. This comes at the heels of reported vandalizing of two Hindu temples in Seattle metropolitan area of Washington State in February last, where words like “GET OUT” and “FEAR” were scrawled on the temple walls. In addition, a Hindu grandfather was roughed-up by police in Madison (Alabama) in February, resulting in partial paralysis.
So you want to be the boss, of your own life and possibly future employees. Entrepreneurship is tough enough, but lots of would-be business-starters are hit with a double-whammy when it comes to funding their dream businesses, because of one thing: bad credit. Bad credit sucks, but luckily, there’s hope!

Good credit is like a good relationship. You work on it for years and it doesn’t happen in one day, or even one year. However, unlike most good relationships, the ways to achieve good credit can be confusing in their technical complexity. When you have a bad credit score, fixing it can take years and be incredibly frustrating. But don’t give up, even if your credit is less than perfect.

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