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IPL 2018 – CSK VS KXIP: Dhoni falls short in final...

April 15, 2015

Brief Scorecard: Kings XI Punjab 197 for 7 (Gayle 63, Rahul 37) beat Chennai Super Kings 193 for 5 (Dhoni 79, Rayudu 49) by four runs

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South Asian Film Festival – A First for Washington!!

June 7, 2012

By Geeta Goindi

WASHINGTON – The national capital region got its first-ever South Asian Film Festival offering a rare treat to movie-goers and a great platform for film-makers, actors and actresses, alike. 

Manisha Koirala: Film Festivals are a “Good Platform” for Artistes and...

June 5, 2012

By Geeta Goindi

WASHINGTON – Acclaimed Bollywood actress Manisha Koirala was in town to attend the first-ever DC South Asian Film Festival where the premiere of her movie, ‘Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish’, was being held in the national capital region. 

RUBRU – a new Hindi poetry book released

May 29, 2012

A book launch function was organized recently by the local community on Sunday, May 20 2012 at the Diya Restaurant in Tysons, Virginia, in which well-known poet Dr. Satyapal Anand released a collection of Hindi poems titled “RUBRU”, meaning Face to Face by Mrs. Daler Deol, who writes under the pen name "Aashna."

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s Washington Concert: A Sell-Out Success

May 10, 2012

Special By Geeta Goindi

WASHINGTON, MAY 4 – For many South Asians, all roads led to the Constitution Hall, Friday night.  The reason and allurement both were Bollywood’s stupendously successful singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan who was performing live in concert!  The event drew people from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan in a splendid display of unity proving beyond doubt that music is universal and knows no bounds or boundaries!

Maryland governor Martin O’Malley in US celebrates Vaisakhi

April 28, 2012

Washington: Maryland state governor Martin O'Malley, who last November led the largest state trade delegation to India, opened his house to celebrate Vaisakhi to recognize the Sikh community's growing influence in the state.

Baisakhi Celebration at Embassy Residence Evokes Nostalgia

April 25, 2012

Special By Geeta Goindi

WASHINGTON, April 22 – It was a heart-warming scene at the Indian Embassy residence, Sunday evening, as the soothing sounds of shabad-kirtan greeted guests at the annual Baisakhi celebration.