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Just last month, Google announced that it's looking to expand its new ultrafast Internet service to nine more major U.S. metropolitan areas, including the Silicon Valley cities of San Jose, Sunnyvale, Palo Alto, Mountain View and Santa Clara.
Prospective candidates for city council seats are beginning to prepare for their November election campaigns, if only mentally for now...Emily Lo Lo announced in December that she planned to run for re-election. The mayor joins a pool of candidates
It is also the theme of Diwali, one of India's major festivals signifying the triumph of light over darkness, justice over injustice, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. Saratogans will have an opportunity to commemorate this important Hindu
The Saratoga Hindu Temple and Community Center also offers meditation and a host of language and religion classes. The classes are taught by people in the community "who have a passion," founding director Rishi Kumar said. Since the temple rolled out
The Nigerian was deported on Monday night by the Department of Immigration after reportedly held in detention. Ba Football Association president Rishi Kumar said Issa's work permit, which he obtained while playing for Suva, and visa had expired. "His
05/13/2013 07:33:40 PM PDT Updated: 05/13/2013 07:33:41 PM PDT Some of the most talented Saratogans will gather at McAfee Center next month to show off their singing, acting, dancing and stand-up skills at an event that's sure to remind some of the
Hailed as one of Ba soccer's most successful administrators, Kumar was elected to the position back in February, 2003...Association secretary Iliasz Khan said Kumar deserved praise for his able leadership in adminstrative matters. He said the key to
Back on February 9, 2003 Rishi was elected as president of BFA and ironically on the same day Ba faced Suva. Rishi a businessman, has an illustrious administrative career with the Men in Black. Under his presidency Ba has won more than 30 major
Home detention for McDonald's manager October 24 2012 04:59 PM A Fiji-born McDonald's manager was yesterday sentenced to seven months' home detention by the Queenstown District Court in New Zealand for a "football" kick to the head of a customer.
The side is camping in Savusavu as they prepare to play against the stallions. Ba Football Association president Rishi Kumar said the side was like any other team which would compete to win the BOG title. "We have informed the boys to play their best