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Nine Indian Americans Honored for Contributions to Business awards, which were dominated by Chinese businesses. Besides being a businesswoman, Bhasin is also a prominent TV personality, a familiar face for the South Asian audience in New York and New Jersey. Bhasin, who has hosted a live show on a channel devoted to the South Asian diaspora, says her passion for business and community-related issues led her to work towards building bridges between the diverse groups of society. Sarbari Gupta, founder of Eloectrosoft Services Inc., has led the company since it was established in 2001. Other Indian Americans among
By a Staff Reporter NEW YORK — Nine prominent Indian Americans, two of them women, are among 50 people of Asian origin who were honored May 28 by the Asian American Business Development Center for their contributions to the field of business. Neeta Bhasin, president and CEO of ASB Communications; and Sarbari Gupta of Electrosoft Services Inc., were the two Indian American women among the recipients of the
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the awardees were Ajay Waghray, chief information officer for Verizon Wireless; Ambuj Goyal, general manager IBM; Sunil Garg of New Jersey’s Union County Utilities Authority; Sameer Mittal, president of UK West Inc., a manufacturer of solid waste components; R. Ravishankar, vicepresident of I-flex solutions; Dr. Shan Nair, who co-founded Nair and Company; and Kamalpreet S. Virdi, executive president of Aequor Technologies. The annual awards event highlights the contributions of Asian American businesses to the economy and recognized senior-level corporate executives for their outstanding achievements and leadership.
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BIHAR, India (PTI) — Two Virginia University students have started a project with an Indiabased partner to supply electricity to villages in Bihar by burning rice husks, a process that may also help reduce carbon emissions. So far, two pilot rice husk generators are providing power to about 10,000 rural Indians, which will save 200 tons of emissions annually for each village when compared to the generation of power from diesel or coal, according to a release. The two students are Manoj Sinha and Charles Ransler of the Darden School of Business and their partner is Gyanesh Pandey, an engineer who will oversee things on the ground in India. The project may help turn the huge piles of husks that accumulate in many “rice belt” villages into two valuable products: electricity and ash that can be sold as an ingredient for cement. The business plan of Husk Power Systems calls for a rapid expansion that will put the miniature power plants in hundreds more villages within a few years. The plan recently received nearly $200,000 in prize money from various business plan competitions.
Nine prominent Indian Americans, two of them women, are among 50 people of Aian origin who were honored May 28 by Asian American Business De...