Another Sequel to Sri Matsya Narayana: Nepali Homage in Malmas

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Holi 2010 with Asha for Education

Asha Stanford’s Holi 2010
When: March 27, 2010, 11 am – 3 pm
Where: Sandhill fields, Stanford University
Tickets can be bought at:

– We’ll give you 3000 pounds of color to render your friends completely unrecognizable!
– Music, dancing and much much more! Sway to the tunes of Hip-hop, Bhangra and Bollywood music by DJ Tanveer
– Riveting dance performances by Project Pulse and Cree8!
– Special kids corner!
– Fun-packed games
– Delicious Indian food*

Asha for Education, is a non-profit volunteer group that believes education is empowerment and works towards catalyzing socio-economic change in India through the medium of education. The Stanford Chapter of Asha is hosting its annual fundraiser as the celebration of Holi, the Indian Spring festival of color on March 27th 2010 at Sandhill Fields on the Stanford campus. This event has been the Bay Area’s largest Holi celebration in yesteryears and is expected to attract
about 5,000 individuals.  All net proceeds will benefit Asha Stanford’s education projects in India. All Asha Stanford projects are strictly secular and non-discriminatory and great priority is afforded to schools in rural and as-yet-untouched areas. Asha Stanford currently supports 11 projects across 6 States and 2,200 students annually.

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Medha Journal 2.0

We keep hearing about Web 2.0 and how it is changing the way the internet operates. Well, Medha Journal has been a web 2.0 site since inception, but we’ve also received plenty of requests to make it more 2.0-ish than the old look could give. Since we have been running on technology that was slightly dated, we decided to take the next step literally, with a complete migration to the Next generation software, with a complete overhaul of the look and soon to be introduced functionality.

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