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BURLINGTON, MA—Area's two leading plastic surgeons Dr. Sonal Pandya and Dr. Jagruti Patel will talk about antiaging and rejuvenation of the face and body at the mega Health & Wellness Expo on Sunday, April 19, at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA. Dr. Patel is Chief of Plastic Surgery at Beverly Hospital, and Dr. Pandya serves as co-director of the Lahey Lexington Center for Cosmetic and Laser Surgery.

"Longevity is no longer about just reaching a ripe old age. It's about feeling and looking your best as you get there," says Dr. Pandya, a board-certified Plastic Surgeon by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and General Surgery. "Over the last decade there has been an explosion in non-surgical facial rejuvenation and antiaging options. This exponential increase has led to heightened awareness but also increased misconceptions on what Plastic Surgery can really do."

The day-long Expo, which is free for the attendees, 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.
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.
WESTFORD, MA--Diya Godavarti, a 5th grader at Crisafulli School in Westford, MA, won the first prize in the Junior Krithi category (Age 10-11) at the Cleveland Thyagaraja Festival. Godavarti has been learning vocal from Guru Smt. Tara Anand for the past four years.

“This is the third year that I have participated in the Cleveland Thyagaraja Aradhana Festival. I have participated in Thyagaraja Pancharatna group singing with eminent musicians which was one of the highlights of the festival. I also participated in the competitions and won the second prize in 2013 and the first prize in 2014 in the Krithi category,” said Godavarti.
ACTON, MA--Aditya Ravikanth, a sophomore at Acton-Boxborough Regional High School, won first prizes in the Senior Alapana and Niraval competitions and second and third prizes in Swaram and Pallavi competitions, respectively at the Cleveland Thygaraja Festival.

The Cleveland Thyagaraja Festival is the largest Indian classical music festival outside of India. It was first celebrated in 1978 and has now grown to be a 12-day festival with more than 8,000 attendees with 2,000 appearing for the opening weekend. The year's festival, which was held April 1-12, was the Festival's 38th year.
By Syed Ali Rizvi
CONCORD, MA--This is a success story re-written. Following on the footsteps of a very well successful Hindi Sammelan in December 2013, the second Hindi Manch Sahitya Sammelan (HMSS) was a sold-out event at the same Thoreau Auditorium in Concord on 12th April 2015.
 
In all 9 local poets (established and upcoming), 2 short plays and 2 songs were presented. The segments were spaced like the previous "poems-songs-plays" to get a comfortable and interesting mix for all. Groups of 3 poets reciting their "Kalaam" with a group song and a song, a radio natak and a short play.

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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.
Raja Foods of Maspeth, NY, is recalling its 14 ounce packages of "SWAD Cumin Powder 14 oz" because they may contain undeclared peanuts. People who have allergies to peanut run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

The recall was initiated after routine sampling by New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food Inspectors and subsequent analysis of the product by Food Laboratory personnel found the product to contain the presence of peanuts which were not declared on the label.
Panel Formed to Simplify Business Startup Regulations
In furtherance of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's Budget speech, the Government has established a committee to recommend a simpler mechanism to replace the myriad permissions needed to start a business. The committee will examine the possibility of replacing required permissions with regulations, identifying necessary safeguards and drafting proposed legislation.
 
India and U.S. Sign Memorandum of Cooperation
India and the U.S. signed a Memorandum of Cooperation that aims to foster cooperative work on key issues of mutual interest for all modes of transportation
BOSTON - The Boston Globe Magazine, together with its partner The Commonwealth Institute (TCI), announced that they are opening the 14th annual Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts survey. The deadline is May 29. The Top 100 will be announced at a breakfast on October 23 and published in the Globe Magazine's Women and Power Issue on October 25 (both in print and at bostonglobe.com/magazine).
NEW YORK--The Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announced it is investigating potential securities claims on behalf of investors of Rolta India Limited’s $200 million 10.75% Senior Notes due 2018 and and $300 million 8.875% Senior Notes due 2019  resulting from allegations that Rolta India may have issued materially misleading business information to the investing public.
 
On April 16, 2015, Glaucus Research Group published a report initiating coverage on Rolta India’s Delaware-issued 2018 and 2019 Corporate Bonds with a “strong-sell” recommendation. The report asserts that Rolta India fabricated its reported capital expenditures to conceal that it materially overstated its EBITDA. 

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