Hawaii’s Maui island wildfire deadliest in century as deaths near 100

The raging wildfire that swept through Lahaina town on the Hawaiian island of Maui this week has killed at least 93 people, making it the most deadly US fire in a century. Maui County officials said early Sunday that firefighting crews are continuing to extinguish flare-ups in the Lahaina and Upcountry Maui fires. In the Upcountry Maui fire, three structures in Olinda and 16 structures in Kula were destroyed.

2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard speaker at JAINA convention

indica News Bureau –   Tulsi Gabbard, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and the first Hindu Congresswoman, would be a keynote speaker at the upcoming JAINA (Federation of Jain Associations in North America) Convention 2019. Established in 1981, to promote religious and educational activities related to Jainism, JAINA is the only organization representing over 150,000 […]