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From Rajvinder Kaur Heyer Dhillon, Mountain House, CA On March 9, I never thought my father’s dream that royalty and entrenched elite would be uprooted come true in the Punjab elections of March 9. After the Punjab elections, the world now has

From Nirmalya Chatterjee, Henderson, NV The last time nuclear weapons were used for war purposes was towards the end of the second world war in August of 1945 when the United States dropped nuclear bombs in Japan. Many more sophisticated and

From T.S. Khanna, Alamo, CA May 9th could be the D-day for the “Lightining Fast” Nuke Putin has been warning about. When one feels defeated by conventional weapons, one threatens the use of nukes. Putin has given his fourth warning. To maintain

From Rajvinder Kaur Heyer Dhillon, Mountain House, CA January is the month Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was born, another leader Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated and is marked by the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. February is Black History Month which inspired

From Pradeep Srivastava, Albany, CA In light of Earth Day, coming up on April 22, it would be a good idea to remind ourselves that just as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes the entire world to

From Girish Modi, Decatur, GA After reading the opinion of your reader in, ‘Vladimir Putin: Rawan On Steroids’, I am writing this for millions like him who have fallen victims to American propaganda against Russia and China. America has succeeded with help

From Nirmalya Chatterjee, Henderson, NV India has been very close to and dependent on Russia since its independence in 1947. Much of India’s arms supply comes from Russia. On the diplomatic front, Russia has stood beside India on some of its

From T.S. Khanna, Alamo, CA The English language does not provide enough words to adequately describe Vladimir Putin’s character. In Indian mythology, there exists a character, Rawan, the enemy of Lord Rama, who comes close to Putin. In satanic deeds, Putin

From Neera Kuckreja Sohoni, author In a recent press face-off, FL’s Governor Ron DeSantis was asked about two-term limits for School Board Members. Expressing his support, he rightly pointed out how indefinite terms hurt our democracy. He further clarified that two

From T.S. Khanna, Alamo, CA After WWI -1914-18 - President Woodrow Wilson, reviewing the enormity of the war atrocities, thought the human experience of that war would be a great deterrent to future wars. In 1917, in the Bolshevik Revolution the Russian

From Aziz Inan, professor, University of Portland Albert Einstein who was born on Mar.14 1879 in Ulm, Germany and died on Apr.18, 1955 in Princeton, NJ, was a German-born theoretical physicist, widely acknowledged to be one of the greatest physicists of

From Dilip Amin, Ph. D., Director, Peninsula Multifaith Coalition,San Francisco Bay area, certified speaker at Islamic Networks Group, and Dharma Ambassador of the Hindu American Foundation. I asked my American born son, who is on track for a faculty position at

From Sundar Viswam, New York, NY Russia and Ukraine are currently engaged in a totally unnecessary but devastating war in which there will be no eventual winner but much tragedy and many losers, whichever way it goes. Thousands of civilians and

From Neera Kuckreja Sohoni, author and freelance journalist In ‘Wag the Dog’ a 1997 movie, a fictional president (eerily similar to Bill Clinton) is caught in a sex scandal that is undermining his presidency. Asked to save it, a spin doctor

From Rishikant Singh, former regional manager – Americas, Air India India’s heritage of respecting nature stems from the concept of worship of Goddess Vandevi, an avatar of Goddess Parvati, consort of Lord Shiva, one in the trio of the Hindu pantheon.

From Vijendra Agarwal, president Vidya Gyan, Inner Grove Hts, MN The wild West of California with many high-tech conglomerates is also home to a significant population of people of Indian and South Asian ancestry. California also stands out in public higher

From T.S. Khanna, Alamo, CA After the partition and Independence, Indian nation was in a disturbed and challenging mood. That is when the Almighty sent a singing angel, Lata M., to sooth the mood. In those pivotal times, Lataji exuded boundless

From Aziz Inan, professor, University of Portland Lata Mangeshkar passed away on Feb.6. She is widely considered to have been one of the greatest and most influential singers in India. She recorded songs in over thirty-six Indian languages and a few