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Date: 12-26-2020

Meena Over Matters (MOM) Episode 3

IPMs Upcoming Events, Classical Dance Competitions with cash Prizes, and reviews. Karan Johar's embarrassing and cringeworthy series titled Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives highlights how sneaky Johar insults the intelligence of Indians and highlights the reason why Canadian based director Richie Sharma walked away with an Emmy Award with Delhi Crimes! Grow up Karan Johar!
Date: 11-26-2020

Meena Over Matters (MOM) Episode 2

IPMs upcoming events, Movie reviews. Sophia Loren's Life Ahead, Aakasam Nee Hadhu Ra, Ludo, Ms India, IPMs School/Home Open House, Classical Dance Competitions with Cash Prizes!
Date: 11-09-2020

Meena Over Matters (MOM) Episode 1

How Indian movies and series such as Mirzapur 2 and Aarya on OTT Platforms promote and subtly inject Drug, Smoking, Sex and Gun Culture into young and vulnerable minds!
Date: 10-05-2020

Meet the
MAHAANS
of Dance and Music

IPM proudly presents "Meet the Mahaans" of Dance and Music. Every two weeks beginning October 25th, 2020, one of the greatest exponents of either Dance or Music from all over the world will be interviewed and presented, exploring their inner secrets of success, grit and persistence. Our first Mahaans are Padmabhushans Drs. Raja Radha Reddy of Kuchipudi fame.
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Date: 10-02-2020

Today world celebrates Mahatma Gandhi's Jayanthi (birth anniversary)!

For those who are unaware of who Mahatma Gandhi is, he is the one who successfully brought freedom to India in 1947 through nonviolent protests, hunger strikes and peaceful negotiations!

Through out his celebrated life he followed the principles of DON'T DO, HEAR OR FOLLOW anything that is harmful to others. In this day and age where Internet is the king of communication and where daily battles are fought online, we can safely adapt his beliefs to DON'T TYPE, LIKE, OR SHARE anything that is harmful to others! Agree?
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Date: 09-28-2020

During the pandemic, child labor and trafficking on the rise globally

By India Parent Magazine

According to a report of UNICEF in its worldwide study of children and schools at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, schools closed their doors in 192 countries, sending 1.6 billion students home.

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Date: 09-23-2020

Deepika Padukone summoned by Narcotics Control Bureau in drugs case related to Sushant Singh Rajput’s mysterious death

By ANI
Updated by India Parent Magazine

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Wednesday summoned actors Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shradha Kapoor, Rakulpreet Singh, Simone Khambatta and celebrity manager Shruti Modi in connection with a drugs case related to the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

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New Inflatable Discovery Duck with Purple Mask now perched on Museum’s roof
Date: 09-17-2020

Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose Announces Phased Re-opening

Venerable Children’s Museum to Open Outdoor Play Space September 26 Offering Much-Needed Joy and Delight to Children and Families

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All Pictures by Ravi Sundaram
Date: 09-16-2020

Milpitas Golden Knights take Public Forum Debate Indoors!

Milpitas Mayor Richard Tran takes notice and attends the Final Debate session!

By Ravi Sundaram, Special to India Parent Magazine

With COVID-19 bringing in a new distance learning environment and summer lockdown for students, a group of eight middle school students (Milpitas Golden Knights) with the active volunteer guidance of a high school student came up with a creative plan to spend their summer holidays safely indoors and socially connected by organizing a program through remote learning model for Public Forum Debate.

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Date: 09-08-2020

Without SAT/ACT Scores, How Will Colleges Make Admissions Decisions?

By Carolyn, IvyWise College Admissions Counselor

Even in a “normal” school year, the process of preparing for, taking, and responding to standardized test scores is a stressful and overwhelming one for students and families. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, test centers across the country have closed or canceled exams throughout the spring and summer, and even into the fall, sending the world of college admissions into a frenzy. One of the ways that colleges have responded to these obstacles is to implement test-optional admissions policies for the upcoming admissions cycle, to avoid disadvantaging students who have been unable to sit for an ACT or SAT.

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