By Balwant Sanghera
VANCOUVER: Thriving Indian communities around the globe are a great symbol and tribute to their pioneering spirit
YUBA CITY: With Friday marking the second month of the Oak Creek Sikh Temple massacre on August 5, the Punjabi community of Yuba City (northern California) has a lesson for Sikhs elsewhere in the US: There is no alternative to reaching out to the common American to raise awareness about their religion and culture.
By Gurmukh Singh
Rising from the small town of Garhdiwala near Hoshiarpur, Indian American doctor Harvinder Sahota of Los Angeles has gone on to become one of the foremost cardiologists in the world.
An alumnus of Patiala Medical College, the 70-year-old cardiologist invented the world-famous Perfusion Balloon in the mid-1980s and performed north India’s first angioplasty at the PGI in Chandigarh in 1990.
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