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Mon, 15 Jun 2015
US India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) organized and participated in meetings with Indian Member of Parliament, Dr. Udit Raj, and US Congressmen Ami Bera, Pete Olson, Eric Swalwell, Mike Honda, and  Ted Poe.  The purpose of these meetings was to explore and plan US-India collaboration in energy and smart city development.  Dr. Udit Raj and his US counterparts also shared good practices of their respective constituencies and potential investments in North West Delhi (Dr. Raj’s constit ...
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Wed, 10 Jun 2015
Industry Leaders Discuss Opportunities in Smart Cities for India. Washington DC.  US India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) organized a Smart Cities roundtable discussion of the Smart City Industry Leaders to Discuss Opportunities in Smart Cities for India titled “To evaluate scope of business and opportunities in the Smart Cities, Infrastructure, Clean India opportunities in India” with Dr. Udit Raj, Member of Parliament, North-West Delhi.   The Round Table discussion attendees ...
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Tue, 09 Jun 2015
The US India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) hosted a “Congressional briefing on US-India Nuclear Trade” on June 4, in Washington, DC. to discuss opportunities and challenges in commencing US-India Nuclear Trade. The briefing included US Congressional Leadership, nuclear industry experts, think tank personnel, and leaders of the Indian American community. The Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Congressman Ed Royce, kicked off the conference by saying, “As we continue to work ...
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Mon, 08 Jun 2015
WASHINGTON: Influential American lawmakers have pushed for removing of restrictions on export of natural gas to India and sought to implement the civil nuclear deal to meet the country's ever growing energy needs.  Referring to fast tracking of economic reforms and acceleration of development by India, Chairman of powerful House Foreign Relations Committee Ed Royce said Nuclear energy is important to have uninterrupted power supply.  Speaking at a Congressional briefing on India-US nucle ...
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Mon, 08 Jun 2015
WASHINGTON: US atomic reactor suppliers should be cognizant of "cost competitiveness" when they set up power plants in India under the historic civil nuclear deal, a top Indian diplomat has said while allaying concerns over the progress in setting up of a Rs 1,500 crore insurance pool.  "The (US) companies should bear in mind the need for cost competitiveness of nuclear power vis-a-vis alternative resources," India's Deputy Ambassador to US Taranjit Singh Sandhu said.  "In future, as Ind ...
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Tue, 02 Jun 2015
US India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) is privileged to host a “CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING ON US-INDIA NUCLEAR TRADE” with a discussion on opportunities and challenges in commencing US-India Nuclear Trade on June 4, 2015 from 01:00 pm to 04:00 pm EDT at Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2255, Washington, DC.   USINPAC, a bipartisan organization, has been working for greater cooperation and exchange between India and US, and represents 3.2 million Indian Americans. The June 4 event wi ...
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Mon, 20 Apr 2015
Across the country, the Indian-American community is growing in political strength, and it's showing up in fundraising reports from Maryland to Iowa to California. April 19, 2015 When hotel executive Ravi Patel launched his bid for Congress, he turned to two familiar groups to finance his campaign. One was fellow hoteliers. The other: fellow Indian-Americans.   Behind the nearly $540,000 Patel raised in the first quarter of 2015, a whopping sum for a first-time candidate from Iowa, are doze ...
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Wed, 04 Mar 2015
While merchandise trade grew at a sluggish 0.47% in FY14, Washington remains concerned about India's IPR laws Even as India and the United States prepare to forge deeper ties, the future of their economic partnership remains fragile, and accomplishing the goals set during President Barack Obama's visit to India in January may be a tall order. Bilateral trade between the two countries has slowed despite good-faith gestures by Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that point to warming re ...
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Fri, 13 Feb 2015
The Indian American community played a pivotal role in the passage of the nuclear deal.     US President Barack Obama's visit to India as a chief guest on 26 January, India's Republic Day, will be the first by an American President. After a lull in India-US strategic partnership since 2009, the world's two biggest democracies are taking pragmatic steps to bolster the strategic partnership. After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's successful US visit, now Obama's visi ...
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Wed, 04 Feb 2015
Chairman of United States India Political Action Committee says there should be a more aggressive and transparent sharing of information between the US and India.   Dubai — Members of the Indian-American community hope that President Barack Obama’s visit to India leads to greater cooperation on counter-terrorism and security issues, according to the chairman of one of the US’s largest Indo-American lobbying groups.   Sanjay Puri, the chairman and founder of the United States India Po ...
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