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Sun, 06 Apr 2008
SOURCE : NDTV.com Saturday, March 22, 2008 (New Delhi)External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee will begin a three-day visit to the U.S. on Sunday, where he is expected to brief the U.S. officials about the ongoing political negotiations on the Indo-US nuclear deal.However, Non Resident Indians (NRIs) are not waiting for any official briefing. A powerful NRI lobby, United States India Political Action Committee (USINPAC), has already started the process of briefing U.S. policymakers about the ...
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Sun, 06 Apr 2008
SOURCE : Timesnow.tv The UPA government inches towards clinching the Indo-US nuclear deal with External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee slated to meet U.S. President George Bush for informal talks today (March 24).Mukherjee is scheduled to meet U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice sometime early evening to iron out remaining differences on the nuclear agreement.Pranab's two-day visit to the U.S. is being read as UPA's assurance to the Bush administration that the Indian government will re ...
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Sun, 06 Apr 2008
SOURCE : expressindia.com New Delhi, March 27: Notwithstanding the bipartisan support on Capitol Hill, the Indo-US civil nuclear deal appears to have taken a backseat in the American scheme of things as a vigorous Presidential campaign has assumed centre stage.However, Indo-US ties will remain unaffected if the nuclear deal does not come through as the relationship is not confined only to the political sphere, feels a prominent Indian-American group."There are several other issues dominatin ...
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Fri, 11 Jan 2008
SOURCE : IndiaOneStop.com FTA will enhance trade relationsIF the U.S.-India Civilian Nuclear Agreement (or Hyde Act) process fails, the U.S.-Indian relationship is certainly not going to backslide but surely it will slow down the pace of the deepening of the relationship, so feels Sanjay Puri, Chairman of the U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC). "It will be negatively impacted and India's image will clearly suffer in the eyes of American business interests and foreign policy elites, ...
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Tue, 08 Jan 2008
SOURCE : Team Mangalorean - Bangalore BANGALORE, January 5, 2008: The United States India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) has stated that it will stress on the need to have policy initiatives when it meets the Union ministers at Delhi and president of the BJP Rajnath Singh on 7 January 2008.The list of ministers that the delegation will meet includes union ministers of defence, chemicals, fertilizers and steel commerce and industry. In a press conference here today Chairman of the USINPAC S ...
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Tue, 08 Jan 2008
SOURCE : The Economic Times Just months after a grassroots 'shuttle diplomacy' visit to India to check out the ground realities on the US-India Civilian Nuclear Agreement, the U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) is leading a delegation of prominent business leaders, entrepreneurs, political activists, and professionals from the Indian-American community to India for high-level business and political meetings.The fifth annual USINPAC delegation led by chairman Sanjay Puri arrived in ...
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Mon, 07 Jan 2008
SOURCE : The Hindu BANGALORE: The United States India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) is optimistic of "positive policy initiatives" by the leadership of the United States and India towards enhancing socio-economic and political co-operation between the two countries.The need for policy initiatives will be emphasised when a 19-member delegation of USINPAC meets some Union Ministers and president of the BJP Rajnath Singh in Delhi on January 7.Addressing presspersons here on Friday, Chairman ...
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Mon, 07 Jan 2008
SOURCE : Manufacturing Business Technology A group representing Indian- Americans today said they will use every opportunity to raise awareness in the U.S. about outsourcing, that has again come to the fore with that country's Presidential elections gathering momentum and economy slowing down after the mortgage crisis."Outsourcing will definitely be a big issue as U.S. economy slows down after mortgage crisis and job losses", said Sanjay Puri, Chairman, US-India Political Action Committee Chair ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Economic Times Sanjay Puri, chairman & founder of the U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC), is just back in Washington DC from what he calls a period of "shuttle diplomacy." Mr Puri and other leading Indian American leaders met with top political leaders in Delhi to learn first hand the status of the US-India civilian nuclear deal."In the US, there was a great deal of confusion about the deal and we were not sure which way it was going. There were many Indian-Americans w ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : PR Newswire WASHINGTON, Oct. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Chairman Sanjay Puri of the U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) returned today to the U.S. from a "shuttle diplomacy" visit of leading Indian-Americans with India's top government leaders. Puri and USINPAC traveled to India to learn first-hand the status of the U.S.-India Civilian Nuclear Agreement, and in the process became a back channel of communication between Prime Minister Singh and the leadership of the Bhara ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Earthtimes WASHINGTON, Oct. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Chairman Sanjay Puri of the U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) returned today to the U.S. from a "shuttle diplomacy" visit of leading Indian-Americans with India's top government leaders. Puri and USINPAC traveled to India to learn first-hand the status of the U.S.-India Civilian Nuclear Agreement, and in the process became a back channel of communication between Prime Minister Singh and the leadership of the Bharat ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Calibre MacroWorld WASHINGTON, Oct. 29 Chairman Sanjay Puri of the U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) returned today to the U.S. from a "shuttle diplomacy" visit of leading Indian-Americans with India's top government leaders. Puri and USINPAC traveled to India to learn first-hand the status of the U.S.-India Civilian Nuclear Agreement, and in the process became a back channel of communication between Prime Minister Singh and the leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party (B ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : China Post NEW DELHI -- India's beleaguered prime minister is determined to push a nuclear deal with the United States despite stiff opposition from his communist allies, a lobbying group quoted him as saying.The historic deal has brought Manmohan Singh's coalition to the brink of collapse as left parties that shore it up have threatened to end support if the pact is pursued.Singh appeared to have given in and put the deal on the backburner earlier this month but has since said he rema ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Dawn - Online NEW DELHI: India's beleaguered prime minister is determined to push a nuclear deal with the United States despite stiff opposition from his communist allies, a lobbying group quoted him as saying. The historic deal has brought Manmohan Singh's coalition to the brink of collapse as left parties that shore it up have threatened to end support if the pact is pursued.Singh appeared to have given in and put the deal on the backburner earlier this month but has since said he re ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Calcutta Telegraph New Delhi, Oct. 24: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today briefed military commanders on the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal and emphasised its importance in ensuring energy security in a clear signal that he was not jettisoning the pact yet despite the opposition from the Left.Alongside talking to political partners since the rift with the Left on the deal opened up, today’s address to military commanders is an effort by Singh to take it to one of the key constit ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Economic Times NEW DELHI: A group of Indian American lobbyists on Wednesday met Left and BJP leaders in a bid to understand their opposition to the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal.The eight-member delegation led by chairman of U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) Sanjay Puri met CPI leader D Raja, who explained the Left parties’ opposition to the deal. “We wanted to genuinely understand what the objections are.Mr Raja walked us through the elements of their public ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : India Daily Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC), who met him late on Tuesday, that the nuclear agreement was the best way forward for India, the United States, and the world, a statement from the group said on Wednesday.But sources from New Delhi says that PM office has officially told the Left parties that Indian Government has abandoned the implementation plan of the 123 agreement with US. It is up to the next elected Government t ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Blogger NewsNetwork October 24th, 2007 by yossarinHe called him weakest everHe returned the favor questioning his moral authorityHis cohorts called him sad and helplessHis loudmouths returned the favor calling him disappointed and disillusionedSo what exactly were they thinking when Leader of the Opposition and former BJP President L.K. Advani called up Prime Minister Manmohan Singh ?The PTI reports:Concerned about the safety of Indians residing in wildfire-hit U.S. state of California ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : CounterCurrents.org On October 12, 2007, the Congress Party threw in the towel. India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the leader of the United Progressive Alliance Sonia Gandhi told the press that they would step back from the US-India nuclear deal. "If the deal does not come through," Singh said plaintively, "that is not the end of life. In politics, we must survive short-term battles to address long-term concerns."The short-term battle was won by the Communists, who led the oppos ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Reuters UK NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's beleaguered prime minister is determined to push a nuclear deal with the United States despite stiff opposition from his communist allies, a lobbying group quoted him as saying. The historic deal has brought Manmohan Singh's coalition to the brink of collapse as left parties that shore it up have threatened to end support if the pact is pursued.Singh appeared to have given in and put the deal on the backburner earlier this month but has since sa ...
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