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Tue, 17 Jul 2007
Manchester, NH- US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) continued its involvement in the presidential election race by attending the Republican Senate Victory PAC Reception on June 28th, which supported GOP candidates in the state of New Hampshire.  The event highlighted several state senators and featured GOP Presidential Hopeful Senator Fred Thompson. The Senator, who hasn't officially announced his bid for the Presidency, spoke to USINPAC Future Leaders Council leader Varun Mehta, ...
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Fri, 13 Jul 2007
SOURCE : IndiaPost.Com WASHINGTON: The U.S. Senate on July 12 opened with a Hindu prayer by Rajan Zed, a Hindu priest from Reno, Nevada, who made history with his 90 second prayer recited in English. Indian American community leaders commended the U.S. Senate for promoting religious diversity, while denouncing the American Family Association Position and Protesters for disrupting the prayer.  United States India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) Chairman Sanjay Puri said, "The fact that ...
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Thu, 21 Jun 2007
Source:  Granite Status, NH By JOHN DISTASO Barack Obama returns tomorrow for a major policy speech at the Manchester campus of the New Hampshire Community Technical College. The Illinois senator will be looking put the brakes on a New Hampshire slide that has seen him fall from 7 percentage points behind Hillary Clinton in April to 14 percentage point ...
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Tue, 19 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Hindustan Times Indians have been caught in the campaign crossfire of two leading Democratic presidential hopefuls - former first lady Hillary Clinton and rising black star Barak Obama. Obama fired the first salvo shortly after the Clinton campaign released her financial information under government ethics rules for presidential candidates with his team circulating what was purported to be an analysis of "Hillary Clinton (DPunjab)' s Personal Financial And Political Ties To India". Thi ...
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Sun, 17 Jun 2007
SOURCE : NetIndia123.com The U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC), a political awareness group of Indian Americans, Saturday rapped U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama's campaign for its 'anti-Indian American stereotyping'.In letter to Obama, USINPAC chairman Sanjay Puri stressed on ethics in political campaigning and denounced the politics of stereotyping as exhibited by research notes of the Obama for America campaign, a USINPAC press release said. 'As representatives ...
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Sun, 17 Jun 2007
SOURCE : NetIndia123.com Indians have been caught in the campaign crossfire of two leading Democratic presidential hopefuls - former first lady Hillary Clinton and rising black star Barack Obama.Obama fired the first salvo shortly after the Clinton campaign released her financial information under government ethics rules for presidential candidates with his team circulating what was purported to be an analysis of 'Hillary Clinton (DPunjab)' s Personal Financial And Political Ties To India'.This ...
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Sat, 16 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Press Trust of India New York, Jun 16 (PTI) Indian-Americans in United States have taken strong exception to a document reportedlycirculated by Democratic senator Barrack Obama deriding Hillary Clinton-- his party rival in the Presidential race-- for her Indian connections saying this was the 'worst kind' of stereotyping of the community. Seeking clarifications from the Obama, the US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) said, 'We have been encouraged by your message of inclusion ...
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Sat, 16 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Rediff.com Expressing concern over reports that his staff was engaging in 'worst kind' and 'hurtful' stereotyping of Indian-Americans, a bipartisan body representing the community has sought clarification from Barak Obama who is seeking Democratic nomination for next year's presidential elections. 'We have been encouraged by your message of inclusion and your promise to bring a new king of politics to our life to our country (the United States). This is why we are so concerned about th ...
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Sat, 16 Jun 2007
SOURCE : The Pioneer New York Indian-Americans in United States have taken strong exception to a document reportedly circulated byDemocratic senator Barrack Obama deriding Hillary Clinton -- his party rival in the Presidential race -- for her Indian connections saying this was the 'worst kind' of stereotyping of the community. Indian-Americans in United States have taken strong exception to a document reportedly circulated by Democratic senator Barrack Obama deriding Hillary Clinton -- his part ...
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Sat, 16 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Press Trust of India Dharam Shourie New York, Jun 16 (PTI) Expressing concern over reports that his staff was engaging in 'worst kind' and 'hurtful' stereotyping of Indian-Americans, a bipartisan body representing the community has sought clarification from Barak Obama who is seeking Democratic nomination for next year's presidential elections. 'We have been encouraged by your message of inclusion and your promise to bring a new kind of politics to our life to our country (the United S ...
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Sat, 16 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Evergreen Investments United States India Political Action Committee Chairman Sanjay Puri sent a letter asking Senator Obama to respond to recent allegations reported by the media that his presidential campaign staff has been promoting hurtful stereotypes against the Indian American community. In the letter Chairman Puri states, "As representatives of the Indian American community, we have been encouraged byyour message of inclusion and your promise to bring a new kind of politics to o ...
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Fri, 15 Jun 2007
Release Date: June 15, 2007WASHINGTON : United States India Political Action Committee Chairman Sanjay Puri sent a letter asking Senator Obama to respond to recent allegations reported by the media that his presidential campaign staff has been promoting hurtful stereotypes against the Indian American community. In the letter Chairman Puri states, "As representatives of the Indian American community, we have been encouraged by your message of inclusion and your promise to bring a new kind of ...
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Fri, 15 Jun 2007
WASHINGTON - The United States India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) expressed serious reservations against key provisions in the current version of the immigration bill being debated this week in the United States Senate.The bill fails to balance America's legitimate homeland and national security interests against the country's need to continue the current economic expansion of low unemployment and strong growth in the tax payer base. Rather than allowing the market and American employers ...
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Tue, 12 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Sify Washington: As President George W Bush vowed to revive his derailed Immigration Bill, an Indian American advocacy group said it would push for a fairer law that would let the best and brightest to stay permanently. | The US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) said on Monday it opposed the Bush Bill in its current form because it did not provide for more compassionate family-based visas, more and faster H1-B visas and green cards and an easier way for employers to retain hig ...
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Tue, 12 Jun 2007
SOURCE : The Pioneer Washington As President George W Bush begins a salvage operation on the stalled Immigration Bill, a leading Indian American group is pushing for improvements aimed at a spike in H-1B visas and green cards for foreign professionals. As President George W Bush begins a salvage operation on the stalled Immigration Bill, a leading Indian American group is pushing for improvements aimed at a spike in H-1B visas and green cards for foreign professionals. Signalling his determinat ...
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Tue, 12 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Economictimes WASHINGTON: As President George W. Bush vowed to revive his derailed immigration bill, an Indian Americanadvocacy group said it would push for a fairer law that would let the best and brightest to stay permanently. The US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) said Monday it opposed the Bush bill in its current form because it did not provide for more compassionate family-based visas, more and faster H1-B visas and green cards and an easier way for employers to retain ...
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Mon, 11 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Press Trust of India Washington, June 12 (PTI) Expressing concern over the Senate's failure to pass the Immigration bill, the US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) said any future bill on the issue must ensure that the best talents migrating from other countries get the opportunity to stay in the U.S. permanently. Any such bill should include provision for more compassionate family based immigration system, an increase in the number of H-1B visas and green cards and an easier w ...
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Mon, 11 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Yahoo! India Washington, June 12 (IANS) As President George W. Bush vowed to revive his derailed immigration bill, an IndianAmerican advocacy group said it would push for a fairer law that would let the best and brightest to stay permanently. The US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) said Monday it opposed the Bush bill in its current form because it did not provide for more compassionate family-based visas, more and faster H1-B visas and green cards and an easier way for emplo ...
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Thu, 07 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Mangalorean Washington - A plan hailed last month as a historic immigration reform proposal hit a major road bump Thursday when the U.S. Senate refused to close off debate, defying plans by the Democratic leadership. Many Democrats joined in the 63-33 vote to allow more debate and amendment proposals to the proposed measure, setting the scene for another procedural vote later Thursday.The vote was a setback for the fragile compromise bill, hammered out between U.S. President George W B ...
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Fri, 01 Jun 2007
SOURCE : Economictimes NEW DELHI In the past, the 'H factor' has largely driven the immigrant dreams of a large number of Indian techies. The H-1B visa that allows U.S. companies and universities to employ skilled foreigners for speciality occupations and UK's highly skilled migrant programme (HSMP) scheme that allowed skilled and qualified foreigners to move to U.K. without jobs or sponsors, have been the twin tracks for techies to enter the U.S. and the UK. However, today, both these programm ...
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