Central India
Telangana Expatriates Celebrate Bathukama

NAPERVILLE - Chicago Telangana Association (CHITA) celebrated 17th Bathukamma festival in Chicagoland in a very grandeur way. The celebrations were organized on September 28th 2019 in Naperville Riverwalk Grand Pavilion. Bathukamma—“Come alive mother goddess”—is Telangana region’s age old festival. Like every year, CHITA has been phenomenal in bringing the community together and facilitating the celebrations. In fact, CHITA is the first organization to coordinate and celebrate Bathukamma in North America.

Ganesh Kar’s Grand NACHA Design Raises The Bar

CHICAGO - At Chhattisgarh NRIs’ maiden US convention, their President Ganesh Kar spread out a grand-plan that weaves them into the most empowered, and a ‘step-ahead-of-others’ community. Addressing the Chhattisgarh expatriates—who had congregated in Chicago under the NACHA-banner—Ganesh Kar termed NACHA as the “parent of all Chhattisgarh associations.” The NACHA has just recently been instituted at the initiative of Ganesh Kar.

Ex-Gujarat Home Minister Amit Shah benefited monetarily in encounter cases

Amitabh Thakur, former Superintendent of Police in the CBI, Gandhinagar, and chief investigating officer in the alleged fake encounter of Sohrabuddin Sheikh in November 2005, said then Gujarat Home Minister Amit Shah had benefited politically and monetarily from the case.

Statue is of a man who had not wanted to make a claim to be taller

I cannot help but feel depressed when I hear people exclaiming in delight about the height of the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel statue in Gujarat, and worse, at the comparisons with the other tall statues of the world.

Angered by "no" from mother, man rapes one-year-old

 A 20-year-old man, who was arrested for allegedly raping a one-year-old girl and molesting her four-year-old sister in Indore on Friday night, wanted to have a relationship with the girls’ mother and targeted her daughters in revenge after she spurned his advances, police said on Sunday.

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Gauri Lakesh was murder for her "anti-Hindu" views

The charge sheet in the Gauri Lankesh murder case, says the journalist and activist was killed for her ‘anti-Hindu views’.