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  • Protect Our Children's Privacy
    Protect Our Children's Privacy - Repeal the Co-Ed Bathroom Law and sign the Initiative for the Privacy Protection Act » read more
  • Interview with Rohit Chopra
    Indian democracy has proved its resilience on numerous occasions, having survived the Emergency, for instance. » read more
  • Dr. Audrey Truschke, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow
    Department of Religious Studies, Stanford University,
    brings to light evidence ofincredible religious harmony, cultural exchange and union between Muslim and Hindu intellectuals in early Sanskrit texts. » read more
  • Interview with Richard Anderson Falk
    American professor emeritus of international law at Princeton University,  who speaks on Modi's Digital India. » read more
  • Revolt of the Social Intellectual
    Will the pen prove 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
  • 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, his views on RSS and Modi’s deep commitment to its ideology. » read more
    To five-year-old Chitra, Diwali means “lots and lots of crackers.” To ten-year-old Rishi, Diwali brings in new year for Indians. “It’s really awesome and everyone is in such a happy mood. » read more
  • 10 Tips for organizing homework assignments
    It’s 7 p.m. and your child just remembered a homework assignment that’s due tomorrow. If this happens all too often, it's time to get organized to help combat stress for you and your child, while creating a sustainable routine to accomplish daily homework tasks. » read more
  • Our kids love DACA
    “Our kids love DACA,” say Indian Parents. Find out why.
    With an unparalleled breadth of programming and a track record of excellence, De Anza Cupertino Aquatics (DACA), has developed into the most comprehensive aquatics program in the United States.  » read more
  • Saint Andrew's
    With the Right Foundation, Everything is Possible! Saint Andrew’s, slowly weaving its way into the hearts of Indian parents. » read more
    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
  • Young Ones to Watch: Laura Leddusire
    Laura Leddusire is an extraordinary woman working hard to make sure her brand is seen the same way. » read more
  • Parent Advocacy For Special Education Matters
    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. » read more
  • Summer Camp can Enrich Summertime
    Summer programs are a great tool for your child’s mental and social development.
    When the school year ends, sunshine and swimsuits come to mind. For children, those months might also mean s’mores and sing-alongs with fellow campers. » read more
  • Tax Talk–June 2015
    By Rita Bhayani, CPA, CMA
    Important Tax Deadline
    Individuals with interests in or signature or other authority over one or more bank, securities or other financial accounts in a foreign country may need to file an FBAR by June 30. » read more
  • Should a Business Owner Keep Their Own Books?
    By Rita Bhayani, CPA, CMA
    Entrepreneurs thrive on a DIY mentality: Do everything you can yourself and don't pay for anything new until you have absolutely have to. It's especially difficult to justify hiring financial help like a bookkeeper. » read more
  • National Poetry Month
    Happy National Poetry Month! Introduced in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets, the celebratory month was initiated as a way to increase awareness and appreciation of poetry in the United States. » read more
  • Keeping up with school and sickness
    Common colds are the main reason that children miss school. Each year in the United States, there are millions of cases of the common cold, and while adults average 2-3 colds per year, children can experience even more, according to the Center for Disease Control. » read more
  • Want to Come Clean About Taxes Overseas? The IRS Is Willing to Help
    By Rita Bhayani, CPA, CMA
    You know that awful feeling you get when you have done something wrong and you just can’t wait to get it off your chest? It’s called guilt. Almost everyone has that guilty feeling at some time or another. » read more
  • Best In Class - Pinole Opening

    Best in Class Expands to Provide Premier Supplemental Education to More Families in the Bay Area
     First-Rate Education System Expands Presence in California, Opens Tenth Location in the Golden State

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