Chopra runs her own eponymous foundation in India providing education to the underprivileged. Philanthropy is almost second nature to her.
“I was raised in a home that always gave back. Every summer, my parents, both doctors, would go to villages in India in an ambulance and my job as an eight-year-old was to assist the pharmacist; it made me conscious of the world around me.”
Ro Khanna said that he is “concerned about what this deal means for suppliers and neighborhood grocery stores.” “We need to reorient antitrust policy to factor in the harm that economic concentration causes for American workers,”
Politics, to some extent, runs in the family. Two of Mr Varadkar’s uncles were imprisoned for campaigning – peacefully – for Indian independence. Ireland became a republic in the late 1940s, around the same time as Britain withdrew from India.
“The Indian American community has done very well… One day we may see an Indian American President – after all, this is the America we believe in”
– Rep. Bera
Here in Borivli, kaju katri, black forest cake and aam ka panna were passed around as soon as the news broke at 10.52pm IST. Hordes of cameramen and reporters thronged the house along with scores of relatives, adding to the thrill of victory.
If I were to launch a business … I would raise a fund to invest in startups that are solving for problems that underserved populations deal with. So I wouldn’t try to invest in female or minority founders, in particular. There are many funds out there doing that. Instead I’d want to invest in startups that are making life easier for women, for example. I’d invest so that I can direct capital toward innovations that help underserved groups. Doesn’t matter if it’s being created by white guys, just as long as it’s serving and empowering underserved populations.
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Last few months have been rough and tumble for Khan, first with handling the terrorist attacks, the row with Trump, and now with handling the Grenfell fires. But he’s been a fighter all his life.
“Khan grew up in public housing in Tooting, an ethnically mixed residential area in south London, and slept in a bunkbed until he was 24.
Khan regularly recalls how his father drove one of London’s famous red buses, and his mother was a seamstress. One of his brothers is a motor mechanic.
He is a handy boxer, having learnt the sport to defend himself in the streets against those who hurled racist abuse at him, and two of his brothers are boxing coaches. He also ran the London Marathon in 2014.”
Though new desi MP’s formal responsibility is to the UK, the Sikh community may also have certain expectations
“Sikhs find themselves constantly trying to reconcile Guru inspired principles that demand they work to establish equality and liberty for all, with a system that is not only built on the exploits of its colonial past, for which it has yet to deliver any redemption, but also in recognition of the knowledge that only 33 years ago the very same establishment for whom they now work, colluded with the Indian government to attack the epicenter of the Sikh world.”
The only expectation the Sikh community have of the newly elected MPs, in terms of matters pertaining to the Panth, is the expectation of gaining an honest and upfront answer from the UK government on the Panthic objective; which for the Sikhs remains complete autonomy and independence from the Indian State.
“Gill said the main issues she wants to tackle now are funding cuts to schools, the state of the NHS and the threats to police budgets.
While Theresa May has made it about Brexit, my number one priority is the education cuts which are so detrimental to primary and secondary schools.”