MAY 2012
Khaas Baat : A Publication for Indian Americans in Florida

Editor's Note


We have several new guest columns this month. Dr. Arun Gulani, director and chief surgeon of Gulani Vision Institute in Jacksonville, has some tips for managing dry eyes (story, page 25). Also contributing a column is Dr. Meena Jain on the benefits and use of robotics in women’s health (story, page 25). Rahul Ranadive, who has practiced international and domestic tax planning focusing on high net-worth families with international ties, offers suggestions on applying for the newly reopened IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative programs (story, page 26). And Marc Eichenholtz, president of MAS Environmental, highlights Florida’s Petroleum Cleanup Program (story, page 26).

And we are kicking off a new feature “Scene to be Seen,” which we hope you’ll enjoy. (page 22).

Community organizers, remember to drop us an e-mail about future events in your town. Khaas Baat is proud to be the ONE AND ONLY Sunshine State publication to offer comprehensive coverage of happenings in your Florida Indian community.

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