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The Case For Math And Computer Science Enrichment
Two years ago, businessman and entrepreneur Thibault de Chatellus decided to follow his passion: He invested in a math and computer enrichment program to teach children the critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in the 21st century.. ...
UC Davis MIND Institute joins SPARK
Groundbreaking initiative combines web-based registry with DNA analysis to accelerate autism research and speed discovery of treatments, supports
Is Indian abroad a Hindutva Bigot?
Prime minister Modi has emboldened Hindu upper-caste NRIs to turn India into a nation of theirs only.
By Ashok Swain
Little Spirits Bay Area Inc A Therapeutic and Counseling Center for Special
Needs Children and their Families
Little Spirits Bay Area Inc. has opened a new therapeutic center in San Jose. Our mission is to promote a healthy family relationship by developing your child's independence, social skills, & emotional understanding. Read more
Golden State Academy Where Winning Debates take place!
The Golden State Academy is one that strictly focuses on teaching students the skills of public speaking and debate/argumentation Read more
Challenger School - an American Private School
In 1960, while teaching in a public school, Challenger School founder Barbara Baker became alarmed that her first grade students had received no academics in kindergarten, wasting the best years for establishing a foundation for learning. Read more
American Born COOL Desi* Take a Break Guys!
Conception, Illustration and script by Rishi Ravuri. Read more
Romance in Baahubali: The Beginning:
Female Domestication or Love?
Movie was good. But did it deserve a National Award?
A chipped, mahogany battle mask falls over the edge of a towering waterfall, inspiring Shiva to pursue the maiden behind it. Soon, in the ancient (6th century) city of Mahishmati, he discovers her – a highly trained female warrior named Avantika. By Sindhu Ravuri
Why Kangana Ranaut
remains the Queen Uncrowned in spite of her perilous legal
battle with Hrithik Roshan
Queen she is mainly because of how she streamlined her struggle to success through facing failures and insults head on than letting them disintegrate her. By Meena Yeggina
Five Tips to Ensure a Smooth Back to School Transition for the Whole Family
Summer break is officially winding down— over the next few weeks, kids will be saying goodbye to their camps .... Read more
Elan Preschool - What makes a Safe and Loving Preschool? By Candy Mathews, Founder, Elan Preschool
Here in Silicon Valley Preschool has become a needed asset for working parents. .... Read more
Our kids love DACA Indian parents gush. Find out why.
With an unparalleled breadth of programming and a track record of excellence...
2015 Through My Freshman Eyes By Sindhu Ravuri
With the year I have been marking on my calendar for a decade now passed, I thought it was worth jotting down my mental map/rundown of what stood out in 2015. Let’s dive in. Read more
Parent Advocacy For Special Education Matters -
By Martina Sholiton Because You Can't Get The Time Back. Any parent of any child will tell you they can't believe just how quickly time can go.
The Music Place The Music Place is all about making the music learning journey FUN!
Whereas the focus of most schools is to educate, ours is to inspire. Really! This is not just a cliché at he Music Place. It is our unique approach. Read more
Young At Art -
A Unique And Nurturing Learning Environment!
Young At Art was started in a garage over three decades ago and has become an accomplished, year round art school .... Read more
Tutu School A whimsical ballet school, for dancers 18 months to 8-years-old
If you have a little dancer and haven’t yet heard...TUTU SCHOOL, a whimsical ballet school, ...
An exclusive interview with Thomas Blom Hansen Director of the Stanford University Center for South Asia, where he explains his reasons behind signing the petition against Modi, what he feels about the current human rights violations in India,
Indian democracy has proved its resilience on numerous occasions, having survived the Emergency, for instance. Interview with Rohit Chopra, Associate Professor of Communication at Santa Clara University.... Read more
YOUNG AT ART
Most popular art school amongst Indians
Young At Art was started in a garage over three decades ago and has become an accomplished, year round art school with enrollments of over 400 students per month... Read more
BOOK REVIEW - Building Golden India Shail Kumar,
author of the book How to unleash India's vast potential and transform its higher education system. Read more
Women?s World Congress
17th to 22nd August, 2014
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India
The University of Hyderabad is hosting in its campus the 12th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women from 17th August to 22nd August, 2014.The Chair and Director of this Congress is Professor Rekha Pande , the Head of the History Department and a Joint faculty in the Centre for Women’s studies. The Co-chair and Deputy Director of this Congress is Professor Sita Vanka, the Dean of the School of Management and joint faculty in the Centre for Women’s Studies.
Will the pen prove mightier than the sword? By Sindhu Ravuri » Past Articles
Revolt of the Social Intellectual: is the pen mightier than the sword?
By Sindhu Ravuri
Pictures Meena Yeggina
Just a day before Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday in the Uttar Pradesh village of Dadri, India, a 53-year-old village blacksmith, Mohammed Akhlaq, and his family are enjoying lazy, after-dinner time together. That’s when a mob of approximately 100 Hindus storm into their house. Read more..
Celebrations Indian Cuisine - Lakeside Drive CA
Celebrations: New restaurant opened in Santa Clara! Please see video and click here for coupons!
India Parent Magazine's Interviews
Sindhu Ravuri interviews Ruchira Gupta, an Emmy Award winner for her documentary "Selling of the Innocents."