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IndUS Forum Distinguished Speaker Devendranath Chowdary to be on PBS
“IndUS Forum Distinguished Speaker Devendranath Chowdary will be interviewed by Pulitzer Prize winner John Bersia for the Global Perspectives TV Program to be aired on PBS.” More Details coming soon
May 9th Distinguished Speaker Series Devendranath Chowdary on “Working With Indians Globally”
We would like to announce our Distinguished Speaker Series inPartnership with Northwood University featuring “Devendranath Chowdary”. Click here to see the flyer Working with Indians Globally
May 9th IndUS Forum Presents Our first Distinguished Speaker Series of the Year
Palm beach, Florida Northwood University and IndUS Forum Present Devendranath Chowdary, Principal Consultant at Infosys Inc. Read his bio here Topic: “Working with Indians and India” Thursday, May 9, 2013 6:30pm Turner Education Building Northwood University Also sponsored by: 1. Palm Beach Regional Center 2. World Trade Center Palm Beach 3. Fugazy International […]
Opportunities for Students
FOR STUDENTS InSPIRE – Indian Summer Program Inspiring Reflective Exploration InSPIRE is a non-partisan, non-religious 5-week long immersion program that reconnects young South Asians from abroad to India. InSPIRE programs are designed to build principled leadership, provide hands-on experience in the development sector in India and inspire collective and individual action amongst participants. It is […]
Regulation vs. Transformation of Our Financial and Economic System
Regulation is essential for creating confidence, fair play and indeed the very possibility of widespread com- merce and business. But does our current kind of regulation help solve the challenges facing humanity, or is it worsening our problems? For example, if we ask who are the people who have drawn up the new Basel II […]
Tackling Poverty: The Role of Business, Governments and NGOs
(published by, ETHIX magazine, USA) The increase in world poverty is startling. I am referring to the numbers, not the absolute proportion, though the decline in the proportion of poverty is worryingly slow. Everyone talks about this, or is at least aware of this, though few seem to know what to do about it. […]
SAJA Scholarship Applications Now Open!
The South Asian Journalists Association has now opened up applications for its various scholarships. This year the National Board members have approved up to $60,000 in scholarship and internship funds. High school, undergraduate and graduate applicants are encouraged to apply. The deadline for these scholarships is March 10, 2013! Apply now! https://saja.submittable.com/submit And be sure to […]
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