BOSTON— India Association of Greater Boston (IAGB) and Stage Ensemble Theater Unit (SETU) are jointly presenting a thrilling murder mystery play in an innovative virtual format this weekend. The event will also help fundraise for local pantries and shelters.

Titled “Seven Steps Around The Fire,” the play will be virtually presented on Saturday, Sept. 19th, and on Sunday, Sept. 20th at 7:00 pm EST. Viewer discretion is advised for strong language.

IAGB Makes History

WALTHAM, MA–India Association of Greater Boston (IAGB), one of the oldest Indian-American community organizations in New England, made history this month by convincing 35 cities and towns from Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Connecticut to hoist the Indian flag on India’s 73rd Independence anniversary on Aug. 15

Proud Indian Americans looked on with their heads held high as they witnessed the Indian Flag being raised at the Acton town hall, accompanied by Jana-Gana-Mana, the Indian National Anthem. The Indian Flag will fly for twenty four hours at the Acton Town Center to commemorate India’s 74th Independence Day, on August 15th 2020. This is happening for the first time in the history of Acton, thanks to the leadership of the Acton Board of Selectmen (BOS) and Sahana Purohit, a Finance Committee member, who stepped up promptly in response to IAGB (India Association of Greater Boston ) initiative to hoist the Indian flag in 35 New England cities including Nashua, Connecticut and Maine towns.

India Association of Greater Boston, a non-profit community organization known as IAGB, is bringing together a fabulous array of cultural programs, competitions and shows on the environment and Indian culture at its annual Republic Day Mela this weekend on January 25, 2020 at the Burlington High School, Burlington, MA.

On this occasion, IAGB President Sanjay Gowda and Vice President Vaishali Gade previewed the upcoming event on Face-to-Face with INDIA New England News.

James Brett, president of the New England Council and Becca Gould, senior vice president for public affairs of the American Tower Corporation helped organize a special meeting between the New England business people with Indian Ambassador to the US Harsh Vardhan Shringla last week. More than 50 people attended meeting

For the first time ever 20 Indian American community organizations from New England came together and jointly hosted an event to welcome Indian Ambassador to the United States Harsh Vardhan Shringla.