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Cosmetic Surgeon Samir Pancholi reappointed to Nevada State Board of Osteopathic Medicine

Cosmetic Surgeon Samir Pancholi reappointed to Nevada State Board of Osteopathic Medicine

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Indian-American cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Samir Pancholi was reappointed to the Nevada State Board of Osteopathic Medicine.

LAS VEGAS (Diya TV) — Indian-American cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Samir Pancholi was reappointed to the Nevada State Board of Osteopathic Medicine.

A diplomat of the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, Pancholi utilizes artistic approach. His focus in breast augmentation and breast implant revision surgery has led his practice to becoming one of the fastest growing cosmetic surgery practices in Las Vegas.

Highly respected by peers and considered an expert in the field of cosmetic procedures, he has published several articles. He serves on several cosmetic surgery boards and committees and lectures on cosmetic surgery locally, nationally and internationally. He performs live surgery demonstrations to share his techniques with other surgeons and students.

His experience includes serving as President and Vice President of the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery. Pancholi was elected as a trustee to the International Division of the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery in 2016. He is an inductee in the Hall of Fame for the World Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.

Pancholi also launched the community driven Las Vegas award, to celebrate the hard work, effort, and commitment of local startup companies and entrepreneurs. Pancholi was inducted as a Fellow of the Federation of State Medical Boards in 2013. Additionally, Pancholi was included in Business Las Vegas’ “Top 40 Under 40,” which recognized his achievements in Las Vegas, as well as his charitable work.

Pancholi was selected as a guest editor to review peer articles submitted to The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery in 2009.

After graduating from medical school, he completed a surgical internship at Ohio University. He spent five years training at Michigan State University in general surgery and head, neck and facial plastic surgery. He completed an advanced, one year accredited Cosmetic Surgery fellowship through the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery in 2006.

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval also appointed Indian-American Swadeep Nigam to the State Board of Osteopathic Medicine as a public member.

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SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo strongly criticized China for “shameful hypocrisy toward Muslims,’’ referencing China’s treatment of Muslims within its borders, while blocking India’s proposal at the UN to sanction Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar over the Pulwama attack.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai is making the rounds in Washington meeting political leaders that include Indian Ambassador to the U.S. Harsh Shringla and President Trump. The President tweeted Pichai told him Google is totally committed to the US military, days after he accused the tech giant of helping China and its army. Trump added the meeting went well, and the two discussed everything from political fairness to things Google can do for the U.S.

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A new $20 million charter high school named after cardiologist and philanthropist Dr. Kiran C. Patel will open this August in a Tampa Bay suburb. It will start with 300 students in 9th and 10 and offer a project-based curriculum. Enrollment is being done by lottery.

Ravi Kapur & Alejandro Quintana contributed to this report.

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Breaking news: Paul Manafort sentenced to 47 months in prison on bank and tax fraud charges

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SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) —   Paul Manafort, who served as President Trump’s campaign chairman, received a 47 month sentence on bank and tax fraud charges. Manafort was the first campaign associate of President Trump found guilty as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian interference investigation.

Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her Chief of Staff, Saikat Chakrabarti, are under scrutiny after a conservative group, the National Legal and Policy Center, filed a Federal Election Commission complaint alleging “an extensive off-the-books operation to make hundreds of thousands of dollars of expenditures in support of multiple candidates for federal office.”

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An attorney for Ocasio-Cortez’s campaign stressed the expenditures were within the law. And Chakrabarti on Twitter said “we were doing something totally new, which meant a new setup. So, we were transparent about it from the start.”

One teenager is dead and at least 30 people were injured after a grenade exploded at a bus station in Jammu. Police arrested a 9th grader, after surveillance cameras showed him throwing the grenade. They say he was indoctrinated by the Hizbul Mujahideen. This is the third grenade explosion in the area in 10 months and only three weeks after the deadly terror attack in Pulwama district.

With US FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb’s resignation, Indian pharmaceutical companies are left to wonder what the next commissioner will do on generic drug pricing, approvals and inspections. India supplies 40% of generic drugs in the U.S.

Ravi Kapur, Deepti Dawar & Alejandro Quintana contributed to this report.

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Pastor challenges yoga, Hinduism for having ‘demonic’ roots

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (Diya TV) — A Missouri pastor criticized yoga for its ‘demonic intent’ because of Hinduism influences. John Lindell of the James River Church in Ozark, Mo., which serves over 10,000 people in its congregation, warned Christians to not partake in the activity.

“They were designed, they were created with demonic intent, to open you up to demonic power because Hinduism is demonic,” Lindell said during a sermon on Oct. 28 according to the Springfield News-Leader.

While yoga is a longstanding practice originating from India, there is no indication that it is based off religious values. According to India’s Ministry of External Affairs, it is stated yoga doesn’t adhere to any particular religion or belief system.

Yoga translates to “union” in Sanskrit, an ancient language of India. Given its broad meaning, the practice has varied locally and abroad. In addition, there are variations in certain disciplines — which can have a Hinduism, Buddhism or Jainism influence — but it is dependent on the type of schools, practices and goals one is pursuing.

In the U.S., it’s become popular for various outcomes. Whether it be for physical, mental or spiritual pleasure, yoga has served as a peaceful outlet for many without it impacting their religious beliefs. While Lindell claimed it’s “spiritually dangerous,” many in the area have responded.

Heather Worthy, a Christian and yoga instructor in Springfield, only had four people attend her class following the sermon.

“It’s so frustrating,” Worthy told the Springfield News-Leader. “The whole thing is quite ludicrous to me.”

Worthy felt attacked, and she wasn’t alone.

With about a dozen yoga classes in the Springfield area, Amanda Davis has spent her last 12 years as an instructor.

“Yoga doesn’t prescribe to any religion, and I don’t think people understand that so they get false ideas about it,” Davis said, one week after a Florida gunman killed two people and injured five at a yoga studio.

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