Atlanta sources stated that Aparna Basker, CEO and founder of BanyanWay say “First generation Indian immigrants in the US struggle to find the proper balance of involvement with their children’s lives around dating and marriage". Meanwhile this generation of parents is caught between the traditional methods of arranged marriages and the modern method of dating apps. Presently BanyanWay strives to bridge that gap and is an effort to help those of Indian origin finds a life partner.
Meanwhile Aparna is an Atlanta native for the past 18 years. Aparna observed the struggles that first generation Indian immigrants faced when trying to find a match for either themselves or their adult children and further it is open to all Indians irrespective of religion, native language and past marital status.
She added "They are currently in a pre-launch phase and they plans
for their app to be released later this year.” BanyanWay is already
actively working to help Indian parents and singles, however. Furthermore these
'Hello' events have drawn participants from several other states in addition to
people from the Atlanta area. Moreover the most recent events were held in
December 2017 and February 2018 and the next event is scheduled for April 2018.
Americans wants Trump to be focused and Presidential: Pramila Jayapal Washington sources reported that Indian-American Congressman Pramila Jayapal has said Americans are recognizing that they don’t trust the US President who has maintained that he knew nothing about what was went on in his campaign. Meanwhile her comments came after Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges last week.
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