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Tue, 03 Jul 2007
Washington - Today, United States India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) reiterated its support for comprehensive immigration legislation only if significant improvements are made to the bill currently being debated in the Senate. Republicans and Democrats have offered amendments allowing for some noteworthy enhancements.Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT) introduced an amendment that would change the current legislation to increase the number of parent-based green cards, increase the length o ...
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Thu, 19 Apr 2007
Release Date: April 19, 2007Blacksburg, VA - In the spirit of solidarity, USINPAC Youth Committee met with Virginia Tech's Indian Student Association (ISA) President Ajitpal Singh Raina, ISA advisor Dr. Kumar Mallikarjunan and other ISA representatives on Wednesday to offer support and comfort in the wake of Monday's horrific campus tragedy. From left to right: Ajitpal Raina, Dr. Kumar Mallikarjunan, Raj Verma, Nikhil Nair, Prof. Pushkin at the Inn at Virginia Tech discussing the tragedy ...
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Thu, 06 Apr 2006
  Washington, D.C. " The US-India Political Action Committee announced today that U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice testified before the House and Senate as part of the Bush Administration’s effort to promote civil nuclear cooperation. Tomorrow, Under Secretary of State Nicholas Burns will join with the U.S. India Business Alliance (USIBA) and the Congressional Taskforce on US-India Trade to move the Administration’s agenda forward. According to the US-India Politica ...
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Thu, 02 Mar 2006
USINPAC - Washington, D.C., March 2, 2006. USINPAC applauds the civic nuclear cooperation agreed to today by President Bush and Prime Minister Singh and vows to continue its work with key Members of Congress to make this a reality. Undersecretary Nicolas Burns, the White House's point man on this issue, reiterated the necessity of Congressional approval of the nuclear deal. “Congress will now play the key role,” Undersecretary Burns said. “The executive branch, of ...
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Wed, 04 Jan 2006
USINPAC - Washington, D.C., January 4, 2006. The U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) today expressed strong concerns on the growing menace of terror outfits based in Bangladesh, and called upon the U.S. government to examine and help curb this new epicenter of terrorism. USINPAC is the leading political organization of the Indian American community which acts as a pressure group in the U.S. to enhance ties between the U.S. and India. The leadership of USINPAC is currently visi ...
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Wed, 26 Oct 2005
USINPAC has been working to urge Congress to have pro-India witnesses testify on the issue of civilian nuclear cooperation. This hearing is specifically about non-proliferation, and nearly everyone from the non-proliferation community is not only against nuclear cooperation with India, they are against any nuclear cooperation with any country. In fact, the non-proliferation community is even against the use of nuclear energy.Despite this, USINPAC worked with Members of the International Relation ...
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