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MINI REUNION IN FLORIDA
posted 29 March 2017

Mini reunion at Aroma Restaurant in West Palm Beach, Florida, on 28 March 2017. It was fun to catch up with fellow classmates from 50 years ago. Kim Waters, Class of 1967, orchestrated the dinner joining Jo Rockwell ('67); K C Gray Siebert ('70); Ted Beck, Anne Briggs Beck (both '69); and Dave Michaelson ('69). Lots of Delhi days stories I never heard before! - Ted Beck

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INDIA LIVES IN ALL OF US
From Kaneez Razavi (Class of 1971)

posted 27 March 2017

The clock is from the 2009 Alumni Reception at AES and the mugs are from the AIS/AES 2015 Reunion in Arlington, Virginia. There is India in all of us, and AIS made my life!

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posted 15 March 2017

Finally got this (tee shirt) on Feb 17 because everyone is busy with work and play ...Me thrilled! Thanks, Bronwyn Fry.

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CATCHING UP
posted 23 March 2017

Daniela Avitabile (Class of 1977) shared with
us that she met up with Sanjeev Handa (Class
of 1979) for lunch at The York Pub in Islington (London, United Kingdom), on 23 March 2017. She said, it was "so much fun to catch up!"

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NEWS CIRCLE
posted 15 March 2017

Penny Parr, mother of Stevens Parr (Class of 1967) edited News Circle magazine from 1965
to 1968. While News Circle was the official magazine of the Delhi American Womens Club,
it did not focus on Womens Club issues but concentrated on life in India. The depth and breadth of the subjects covered provide a fascinating view of India during that time. All
of the surviving issues will be published on this website. Thank you, Stevens, for sharing.

NEWS CIRCLE


SAD NEWS
posted 11 March 2017

Dear Friends of Helen Ide (AIS Faculty),
Helen completed her life on earth shortly before
6 am on March 5, 2017, as dawn began to lighten the morning sky - always an early riser. In the
days before, her seven children came from across the country and around the globe, keeping watch beside her bed around the clock and gathering each evening to sing her on her way, anointing her with oil, blessings, tears, affection, admiration and gratitude. Spouses, grandchildren, friends, and caregivers whose loving hands had nurturedher for weeks, months, even years, completed the circle. We know that many kept watch from afar.
Thank you. Be well. Blest be the tie that binds.

Read more from Peter Ide (Class of 1975)


SPIES IN THE FAMILY
posted 8 March 2017

In the summer of 1975, seventeen-year-old
Eva Dillon (Class of 1975) and her family
were living in New Delhi when her father was exposed as a CIA spy.
Eva had long believed that her father was a
U.S. State Department employee. She had no idea that he was handling the CIA’s highest-ranking double agent—Dmitri Fedorovich Polyakov—a Soviet general whose code name was TOPHAT.

Read more about this riveting true-life thriller by Eva Dillon

This book will be released in May but can be pre-ordered on Amazon now.


BIRDS OF INDIA
posted 1 March 2017

From Peter Kaestner (Class of 1971)
One of the World's Top 10 Birders


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LION
posted 28 February 2017

If you haven't seen the movie, Lion, yet; we highly recommend it.
It's a true story about a lost 5-year-old Indian boy, Saroo Brierley --
his life and incredible odyssey through India and Australia. Twenty-
five years later, with the help of Google Earth, he finds his home in India and returns to see his family again. The movie has some won-
derful photography of India that you will enjoy; and the little boy
who plays 5-year-old Saroo is adorable and is an amazing actor for
his young age.

Photos: Sunny Pawar (left) and Dev Patel play Saroo Brierley.


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YEARBOOKS
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THEN AND NOW

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