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Fri, 05 Jan 2007
SOURCE : Islamic Republic News Agency - New York BureauNew York, NY India-Antony-BrahmosIndia's Defence Minister, A K Antony Friday said India is holding talks with 'some countries' for exporting the Brahmos supersonic cruise missile with a range of 300 km. 'Talks are going on with some countries,' he told reporters on the aircraft carrier INS Viraat after spending over 17 hours on board, somewhere in the Arabian Sea, it as part of his maiden 'day at sea', a PTI report said here. However, Anton ...
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Fri, 05 Jan 2007
SOURCE : Islamic Republic News Agency - New York BureauNew York, NY India has produced 275 lakh tonnes of sugar and the requirements are between 185 and 190 lakh tonnes. The present scenario may facilitate to make the country as largest producer of sugar in the world, said Sharad Pawar, Indian Union Minister of Agriculture, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution. Sharad Pawar said that steps will be taken to produce ethanol from sugarcane as secondary. Speaking at the Convention on 'Bio ...
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Fri, 05 Jan 2007
SOURCE : Islamic Republic News Agency - New York BureauNew York, NY India-National Games-ULFAAsking with the Northeast separatist group, United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) to withdraw its boycott of the National Games, Indian Union Home Secretary V K Duggal has expressed confidence the National Games to be held in Assam from February nine 'will be absolutely safe, smooth and successful'. After reviewing infrastructure and security arrangements for the Games with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi ...
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Thu, 04 Jan 2007
SOURCE : Economictimes NEW DELHI: The U.S. and India are working on an India-US SME forum on the lines of the India-US CEO forum topromote linkages between small and medium businesses in the two countries. The forum is likely to be set up in the nextfew months. Representatives from the US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC), a leading political organisation ofthe Indian American committee, discussed the issue with commerce and industry minister Kamal Nath on Thursday. Theminister convince ...
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Wed, 03 Jan 2007
SOURCE : ZeeNews.com Nation Lobby group to boost Indo-US nuclear cooperation Mumbai, Jan 03: The U.S. India Political ActionCommittee (USINPAC) will interact with business and political leaders of the country this week to boost nuclearcooperation between the two countries.The Indian American community, especially the well-to-do business community, played a major role by asserting theirinfluence on U.S. lawmakers who passed a bill for nuclear cooperation, USINPAC Chairman Sanjay Puri, who is on ...
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Tue, 19 Dec 2006
Release Date: December 18, 2006Washington, DC - Together with the US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC), the Indian American community today scored a major victory in its efforts to forge new frontiers between the United States and India with the signing of the US-India Peaceful Nuclear Cooperation bill into law. In a ceremony held at the East Room in the White House, President George W Bush signed the bill that would pave the way for final '123 Agreement' negotiations between the t ...
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Tue, 12 Dec 2006
SOURCE : Times of India WASHINGTON: Jignesh Shah, CEO of Financial Technologies Group and Multi Commodity Exchange, was honoured with the US-India Businessman Award for his 'outstanding contribution as an entrepreneur to integrate rural India with global markets'. Shah received the award from Congressman Joseph Crowley, member of the house committee on financial services. The event, organised by U.S. Indian Political Action Committee (USINPAC) and US-India Business Alliance (USIBA), was held in ...
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Sun, 10 Dec 2006
SOURCE : Deccan Herald The US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC), an Indian American lobby group which played a major role ingarnering support for the India-US civil nuclear deal, has termed the Congressional approval of the deal as a turning point in the relationship between the U.S. and India. As the leading representative of the Indian-American community, USINPAC played a crucial facilitating role over the last 18 months to bring the legislation to fruition, the Indian American lobby ...
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Sun, 10 Dec 2006
SOURCE : The TelegraphHudson, NH Sunday, Dec. 10, 2006 A domed structure is affixed to the ceiling of the third-floor auditorium in City Hall. Is it the eye of Big Brother keeping tabs on those who attend meetings? One resident worried that it might house a hidden camera that snapped pictures of unsuspecting residents in the audience. Or maybe it held a video recorder to capture meetings for Channel 16, the cable TV local government channel. Not so, said John Barker, the citys information tec ...
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Sat, 09 Dec 2006
SOURCE : NetIndia123.com 'As the leading representative of the Indian American community, USINPAC played a crucial facilitating role over the last 18 months to bring the legislation to fruition,' the Indian American lobby's chairman Sanjay Puri said. Emphasising USINPAC's continuing mission of greater strategic dialogue between the two nations, Puri noted, 'The hard work has paid off, but our task has just begun. This legislation will not only allow India to explore cleaner renewable sources of ...
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Tue, 05 Dec 2006
Source: India New England By  Meera Rajagopalan When Latha Mangipudi heard someone remark that New Hampshire lacked diversity, in the context of the presidential primary, the Nashua resident knew it was time to mobilize the Indian American community sooner rather than later, and the New Hampshire chapter of the U.S. India Political Action Committee was formed. The USINPAC is a bipartisan group that aims to impact policy on issues of concern to the Indian American community in the United Sta ...
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Sun, 19 Nov 2006
SOURCE : IndolinkSan Ramon, CA The U.S. Congress set aside its much-touted concerns about proliferation when businesses pressured it to sign the recent Indo-US nuclear agreement, reveals Subrata Ghoshroy, a Research Associate in the Science, Technology and Society program at MIT, where he is leading a project called Promoting Nuclear Stability in South Asia. He says that a major oversight in the public discourse on the nuclear deal is that economic incentives involving the deal have not been su ...
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Fri, 17 Nov 2006
Release Date: November 16, 2006 Washington, D.C.: The United States Senate today voted 85-12 in favor of amending the U.S. Atomic Energy Act of 1954, and thus paved the way for the signing of the historic US-India Civilian Nuclear Cooperation Act. The Senate vote signifies that both arms of the U.S. Congress have given their go-ahead to the Bush administration to transfer civilian nuclear technology to India, and usher in a new era in US-India relations. The congressional approval als ...
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Thu, 16 Nov 2006
SOURCE : India-West By ASHFAQUE SWAPANSpecial to India-West Activists in the Indian American community reacted to the recent historicmidterm elections in predictable, partisan fashion: Democrats rejoiced at the stunning retaking of the U.S. House of Representatives after 12 years in the wilderness as well as winning the U.S. Senate by a razor-thin 51-49 margin. Republicans were left to contemplate the unappetizing prospect of loss of majorities not only in federal houses but setbacks in state l ...
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Mon, 13 Nov 2006
Release Date: November 9, 2006Washington, DC - The US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) today congratulates the newly elected members of the 110th Congress, and vows to tirelessly work with Congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle to bring issues concerning the Indian American community to the forefront of the nation’s political agenda.With big wins in Missouri, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Montana, and Virginia, Democrats will resume leadership of the United States Senate in the ...
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Fri, 10 Nov 2006
SOURCE : Equity Bulls Financial Technologies India Ltd has announced that Mr Jignesh Shah, CMD of Financial Technologies Group and MD CEO of Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX), will be honoured with the U.S. India Business Leadership Award (2005-2006) on November 15, 2006, by Senator Hillary Clinton. The event, organised by USINPAC (US Indian Political Action Committee) and USIBA (US India Business Alliance), will be held at the Washington DC, in the presence of notable business and politi ...
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Thu, 09 Nov 2006
SOURCE : Press Trust of India - United Nations BureauHackensack, NJ The US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) has congratulated the newly elected members of the Congress, and vowed to work with law makers on both sides of the aisle to bring issues concerning the Indian American community on the forefront. The two million strong Indian American community will continue to play a vital role as the United States and India embark on a historic path toward a strategic relationship based on de ...
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Thu, 09 Nov 2006
SOURCE : NetIndia123.com The US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) has vowed to tirelessly work with new Congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle to bring issues concerning the Indian American community to the forefront of America's political agenda. Congratulating the newly elected members of the 110th Congress, USINPAC chairman Sanjay Puri said, 'On behalf of the Indian American community, USINPAC promises to continue its active participation in the nation's political process. ...
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Thu, 09 Nov 2006
SOURCE : Press Trust of India - United Nations BureauHackensack, NJ MCX CEO to get U.S. India biz leadership award Mumbai, Nov 9 (PTI) Financial Technologies India Ltd today said itsGroup Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX) Jignesh Shah will be conferred the U.S. India Business Leadership Award (2005-2006). In a communique on the Bombay Stock Exchange, the company said that Senator Hillary Clinton will be presenting Award to Shah on November 15 in an ...
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Thu, 09 Nov 2006
SOURCE : PlanetGuru Washington, Nov 9 (IANS) The US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) has vowed to tirelessly work with newCongressional leaders on both sides of the aisle to bring issues concerning the Indian American community to theforefront of America's political agenda. Congratulating the newly elected members of the 110th Congress, USINPAC chairman Sanjay Puri said, 'On behalf of the Indian American community, USINPAC promises to continue its active participation in the nation's ...
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