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India’s Republic Day – Jan 25th 2P-4P Photos by Girish Modiji

January 18, 2015 in Community News, Headlines, IACA News, Upcoming Events

IACA republic day event was a grand success. Please click to see the photo link with the slide show.

Pictures and video below are a result of dedicated and selfless community service by Shri. Girish Modiji. He has not only taken pains to take the beautiful pictures and videos of the event, but also edited them and got them ready overnight for your viewing pleasure. Please click on the link, enjoy the post and thank Mr. Girish Modi.

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Come to IACA, Smyrna to be part of Republic Day festivities on Jan 25th between 2P-4Pm

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2015 – Nomination List

November 10, 2014 in Community News, Headlines, IACA News, Upcoming Events

Nominees for the 2015 election are as follows:

Click on the link
IACA 2015 EC and BOD Nomination List

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Enjoy the beauty of Mysore during Dasara Festivities

October 3, 2014 in Community News, IACA News, Music, Regional Flavors

Wish you all Happy Dasara! Mysore comes alive during this time. It is still a spectacular place to live not only visit.

Navaratri marks the worship of Goddess of wealth (Lakshmi), Knowledge (Veenapani) and Shakti (Durga) 3 days each with Vijaya Dashami the tenth day the celebration of “good” over “evil”, the day Rama killed Ravana to liberate Sita.

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Fashion Show during Festival of India event on Aug 23rd, 2014

August 29, 2014 in Community News, Headlines, IACA News

Video by Shri Girish Modiji

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Labor Commissioner Mark Butler, Chief Guest at IACA on 16th August

August 12, 2014 in Community News, Headlines, IACA News, Upcoming Events

Mark Butler
Labor Commissioner

Welcome our labor commissioner Mark Butler, who has graciously agreed to come to IACA on the 16th for the independence day celebration. He has recognized the importance of entrepreneurship of Indians and our role in creating more jobs in the state.

Many activities are planned including the unveilling of a new book from the renowned author and Indologist Mr. Rob Arnett, who has written and compiled many books on India and he has deep fascination for the Indian culture.

There will be discussion topics on Health and entertainment activities along with tasty snacks and masala chai.

Come on in with your family and friends. Free for members and everyone!