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Ramlall's persistence of spirit and commitment to oneness might educate many in today's society about leadership skills.

By- Khushi Bisht

Pandit Ramlall, a renowned Indian Guyanese and Indian American social and religious activist, was honored with a solemn and elaborate event last month in Queen's Richmond Hill, New York City, to install a road sign dedicated after him.

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Find and analyze the reasons for Modi's popularity in the United States. Pixabay

The 2020 survey carried out by Carnegie Endowment, tries to find and analyze the reasons for Modi’s popularity in the United States. Indian-origin American citizens now comprise the second-largest immigrant group in the USA. Over the years with increasing political influence and playing an active role in the US internal politics, this group also tends to be actively involved in the politics of the country of their origin.

Since the turn of the twenty-first century the burgeoning US-India partnership, which has enjoyed steady progress and has touched on areas as diverse as climate change, defense, and space exploration. Thus, an analysis of their role and attitudes has an important influence on both the American and Indian policymakers besides the US-India relations.

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The Indian flag first surfaced in a video. IANS

An Indian flag was seen amid a sea of American and Trump flags in the footage, as well as images, of the violent protests at the US Capitol that went viral on social media. An Indian-American Republican political activist, Vincent Xavier, tweeted on Thursday pictures of the flags India, South Korea, and Iran at the protest. The Iranian flag was from the pre-Islamic revolution era.

His tweet said: “American patriots – Vietnamese, Indian, Korean & Iranian origins, & from so many other nations & races, who believe massive voter fraud has happened joined rally yesterday in solidarity with Trump. Peaceful protestors who were exercising our rights.”

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