Indian-American teen Rishab Jain crowned America’s Top Young Scientist

Indian-American teen Rishab Jain crowned America’s Top Young Scientist

For his invention of the Pancreatic Cancer Deep Learning System (PCDLS) tool, Rishab Jain, 13, of Oregon, was conferred with the title of ‘America’s Top Young Scientist’, awarded the grand prize of 25,000 dollars, and an opportunity to attend a taping of a Discovery Network show. Continue reading Indian-American teen Rishab Jain crowned America’s Top Young Scientist

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The battle of good over evil is never over, Senator Tim Kaine says at Diwali celebration by VA Democrats

The battle of good over evil is never over, Senator Tim Kaine says at Diwali celebration by VA Democrats

This year, Diwali – the most popular Indian festival celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and some Buddhists – falls on November 7, a day after Election Day here in America. Continue reading The battle of good over evil is never over, Senator Tim Kaine says at Diwali celebration by VA Democrats

Seventh annual DC South Asian Film Festival featuring the finest in independent cinema opens at Montgomery College

Seventh annual DC South Asian Film Festival featuring the finest in independent cinema opens at Montgomery College

At the helm of the DC South Asian Film Festival are organizers Manoj and Geeta Singh who have collaborated with Montgomery College for the third consecutive year to bring the works of independent film-makers to viewers throughout the Washington metropolitan region, and beyond. Continue reading Seventh annual DC South Asian Film Festival featuring the finest in independent cinema opens at Montgomery College