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For the first time in its 136-year history, Apsara, an Indian-origin student, held an important position at Harvard

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Washington:Whites still cannot take the credit of Indians, Asians, blacks liberally. The recent racist attacks in the United States (US) are a shining example of this. However, the number of people who have tightened the ground under the feet by raising their heads with the strength of merit on foreign soil is not less. Apsara Iyer, an Indian-origin student, made the list even longer. Yale University student has been elected president of the Harvard Law Review. She broke the 136-year-old record. She was the first Indian origin girl to hold such a high position.

Why Apsara’s achievement is so important can be understood by knowing about the Harvard Law Review. The Harvard Law Review is a legal publishing house at Harvard University.

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