IAC EASTER MESSAGE

The Indian Action Committee (IAC) joins with our Christian brothers and sisters in commemorating the festival of Easter.This auspicious occasion, not only marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ, but it is also the season of hope. The IAC urges all Guyanese citizens to pay heed to these important messages brought

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IAC Phagwah Greetings

The Indian Action Committee (IAC) extends Phagwah (Holi) greetings to all the citizens Of Guyana, especially those who are guided by the philosophical teachings of Sanatan Dharma. Phagwah or Holi is a festival of Bharat (India) that has its roots in antiquity and Celebrate the coming of a new spring

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IAC to commemorate 8th anniversary of Lusignan massacre

The Indian Action Committee (IAC) will be holding an inter-faith service on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 in commemoration of the eighth anniversary of the Lusignan massacre. Eight years ago, eleven innocent Guyanese, five children and six adults, were slaughtered during the massacre on the morning of January 26, 2008 by

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IAC extends Diwali Greetings to all

The Indian Action (formerly Arrival) Committee (IAC) extends Diwali greetings to the entire nation, especially our Hindu brothers and sisters. Deepawali or Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals. It’s the festival of lights (deep = light and avali = a row i.e., a row of lights)

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Scores turn out to participate in IAC Cancer Awareness and Health Fair

The Indian Action (formerly Arrival) Committee (IAC) in collaboration with the Texilla American University and Cancer Institute of Guyana today hosted its Cancer Awareness and Health Fair which saw scores in attendance. Doctor Raveendranath Ichlangod from the Cancer Institute of Guyana and Doctor Sayan Chakraborty among a few medical students

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IAC’s CANCER AWARENESS AND HEALTH FAIR SET FOR OCT 31

In support of Cancer Awareness Month 2015, the Indian Action (formerly Arrival) Committee (IAC) in collaboration with the Cancer Institute of Guyana and Texilla American University will be hosting its Cancer Awareness and Health Fair on Saturday October 31, 2015 at the IAC Office which is located at 1762 Railway

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Renowned Kathak dancer, Tumri singer for IAC melas

Renowned Kathak dancer Mahua Shankar and Banaras Tumri diva Kamud Diwan will headline the melas to be hosted by the Indian Arrival Committee (IAC) in celebration of the 171st anniversary of the arrival of East Indians to Guyana. The first mela is scheduled for May 3 at the National Park.

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