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Asian American students in New York schools bullied

Washington, Sep 10 -- Nearly half the Asian American students in the New York City school system surveyed by two civic rights groups have said they've been bullied, according to a new report.

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09/10/13
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Time to talk to kids about right and wrong touches

New Delhi -- Meera Das is a worried mother. Daily news reports of minor children being raped or molested has added lines to her pretty forehead. A mother of a two-year-old daughter, Das knows she has to inform her child about right and wrong touches to her body but doesn't know how to begin.

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09/06/13
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If I could change the world ...

 
Manu Pareek
5th Grade
Gainsville GA
 
If I could change the world I would make free candy stores all over the world.

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09/04/13
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Mint chutney spices up kids’ ‘state dinner’ at White House

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Washington --  Healthy lunch recipes like "Kickin, Colourful, Bell Peppers" and "Lentil Spinach Soup and Mint Chutney" won five Indian-American kids invitations to kids' "state dinner" at the White House that President Barack Obama crashed.

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07/10/13
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My Journey in the Music World

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A dedication to all my Teachers

By Avinash Ananth

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I have always had the unique passion for classical music. According to my parents and all the aunties and uncles who knew me as a toddler, I had a unique ability to recognize certain Ragas (melodies) in Carnatic music, in particular ‘Hamsadwani’ and ‘Mohana’.
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03/31/13
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Dying Bonds

By Shwetha Mudalegundi

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09/26/11
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Indian-American Students Win Prizes in ‘Growing Up Asian’ Contest

Lost Out: On Good Times With Grandpa In India; Found: Land Of Opportunity In The United States: Aniketh Umesh
Lost Out: On Good Times With Grandpa In India; Found: Land Of Opportunity In The United States: Aniketh Umesh
The Asian Pacific Fund announced April 25 that two Indian-American students were first place winners, two were third place winners and one received an honorable mention in the annual Growing Up Asian in America contest.

In the K to 5 Art category, first place was won by Aniketh Umesh of the Rainbow Art Studio and Dilworth Elementary School in San Jose.  In the 6 to 8 Art category, the third place prize went to Sonam Kalden Arya of the Albany Middle School in Albany. In the 9 to 12 Art category, Ketnapha Poungnachith of Piner High School in Santa Rosa received an Honorable Mention.

A Harsh departure: Sonam Kalden Arya
A Harsh departure: Sonam Kalden Arya
In the 6 to 8 Essay category, Payal Ahuja of the Graham Middle School in Mountain View won first place, while Sarisha Kurup of the Challenger School - Ardenwood in Union City got third place.

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05/25/11
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Florida girl hopes to extend Indian-American win streak at spelling bee

MELBOURNE, Fla. — Most evenings, when her homework is done, Stuti Mishra turns to her Merriam-Webster Third New International Dictionary. Many of the words in the 12-pound tome are highlighted. Often, she will play with an online dictionary on her laptop to quickly find a word origin.

Mishra's father, Tapas, said Indian families tend to be multilingual and that can be a big advantage. As for his daughter, she is good at visualizing words and saying them in front of a crowd.

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03/20/11
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Guru Nanak Artwork

By Prince B., Age 9

01/01/11
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ICAB Diwali Program 2010 - Youth Essay Competition

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Essay contest for youth ages 8 and above was held by Indian Cultural Association of Birmingham (ICAB) on the occasion of Diwali 2010 . Among four age groups, there were twenty participants. On Oct 30, the Diwali program day, all first and second place winners were given awards on stage. Best essay from each group is published here as written.

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10/31/10
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