USINPAC Urges U.S. to Say No to IMF Funding for Pakistan Copy

Washington DC: In a letter to U.S. Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin, USINPAC urged assistance in opposing any International Monetary Fund (IMF) loans to Pakistan until Pakistan ends state-sponsored terrorism. “USINPAC is not against the people of Pakistan, or aid for education, economic development, women’s empowerment, etc.,” Sanjay Puri, Chairman of USINPAC, said. “But we … Read moreUSINPAC Urges U.S. to Say No to IMF Funding for Pakistan Copy

USINPAC WELCOMES WOMEN BUSINESS LEADERS FROM INDIA

Washington DC: USINPAC welcomed a high-level delegation of women business leaders from India who are shaping the future of agriculture, biotech, women’s empowerment, arts, handicrafts and other areas of economic development. “These powerful women are providing new outlooks and opportunities that command our attention.  USINPAC is proud to join with them and be a part … Read moreUSINPAC WELCOMES WOMEN BUSINESS LEADERS FROM INDIA

Dr. Pradeep Ganguly Is Winner of the 2019 MEDA Hall of Fame Award

Washington DC: USINPAC member Dr. Pradeep Ganguly has been inducted into the Maryland Economic Development Association’s (MEDA) Hall of Fame. Dr. Ganguly has been a member of MEDA since 1984. He is known for his tireless service, for giving back to the community despite the demands of a busy job. His innovations, projects and campaigns … Read moreDr. Pradeep Ganguly Is Winner of the 2019 MEDA Hall of Fame Award

USINPAC Continues to Push for Delayed IMF Funding for Pakistan

Washington DC: USINPAC continues to call for no or delayed IMF funding to Pakistan, and commends U.S. lawmakers for hearing and expressing the same concerns. Pakistan has received some 13 IMF bailout packages already, and many reports suggest that Pakistan has received financial aid packages this fiscal year that total over 9.1 billion U.S. dollars. … Read moreUSINPAC Continues to Push for Delayed IMF Funding for Pakistan

USINPAC Urges U.S. to Say No to IMF Funding for Pakistan Copy

Washington DC: In a letter to U.S. Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin, USINPAC urged assistance in opposing any International Monetary Fund (IMF) loans to Pakistan until Pakistan ends state-sponsored terrorism. “USINPAC is not against the people of Pakistan, or aid for education, economic development, women’s empowerment, etc.,” Sanjay Puri, Chairman of USINPAC, said. “But we … Read moreUSINPAC Urges U.S. to Say No to IMF Funding for Pakistan Copy

Prominent Lawyer Navneet Chugh Named Head of USINPAC’s California Chapter

Washington DC: On March 23, 2019, USINPAC launched its California chapter, with prominent lawyer, Navneet Chugh, serving as chapter head. The launch coincided with a fundraiser for Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi, representing the Illinois 8th Congressional district. In her opening remarks, Dolly Kapoor, co-founder of USINPAC, expressed thanks to Congressman Krishnamoorthi for attending the launch and … Read moreProminent Lawyer Navneet Chugh Named Head of USINPAC’s California Chapter

USINPAC Urges U.S. to Say No to IMF Funding for Pakistan

Washington DC: In a letter to U.S. Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin, USINPAC urged assistance in opposing any International Monetary Fund (IMF) loans to Pakistan until Pakistan ends state-sponsored terrorism. “USINPAC is not against the people of Pakistan, or aid for education, economic development, women’s empowerment, etc.,” Sanjay Puri, Chairman of USINPAC, said. “But we … Read moreUSINPAC Urges U.S. to Say No to IMF Funding for Pakistan

USINPAC Condemns Deadly Terror Attack in Kashmir

Washington DC: In response to one of the deadliest terror attacks in Kashmir in decades in which 44 paramilitary soldiers of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were killed, USINPAC issued immediate support for India. “We are united in issuing our heartfelt condolences and in condemning this cowardly act,” SanjayPuri, Chairman of USINPAC said. “We … Read moreUSINPAC Condemns Deadly Terror Attack in Kashmir

USINPAC Continues Push for Green Card Changes for Indians

Washington DC: USINPAC continues its push for H-1B visa and green card changes. The H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows US employers to temporarily employ foreign workers in specialty occupations. According to a report in 2018, three-fourths of H-1B visa holders are Indian IT specialists. Many US employers want to retain these high-skilled … Read moreUSINPAC Continues Push for Green Card Changes for Indians

INDIA COULD LEARN FROM AMERICAN SUCCESS IN ELECTRIC VEHICLE INDUSTRY Copy

As awareness about climate change increases has sparked the move away from gas and diesel powered vehicles and a move towards electric vehicles (EVs). Countries all around the world are introducing programs and policies to make electric vehicle ownership more attractive to prospect consumers, and many of these programs are having considerable success. The United … Read moreINDIA COULD LEARN FROM AMERICAN SUCCESS IN ELECTRIC VEHICLE INDUSTRY Copy

Indian-American Congressman Ro Khanna Member of Key House Committees

Washington D.C.: Congressman Ro Khanna is a member of the House Armed Services, Budget, and Oversight Committees. The House Armed Services Committee has jurisdiction for laws pertaining to the United States military and also exercises oversight on the annual national defense budget. The Budget Committee drafts the annual budget resolution that sets revenue and spending … Read moreIndian-American Congressman Ro Khanna Member of Key House Committees

Senator Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Bid

Washington D.C.: The Indian American community is pleased to announce that Kamala Harris is running for President in 2020. Her mother, a breast cancer scientist, immigrated to the United States from Chennai. Her father, a Stanford University economics professor, emigrated from Jamaica. Senator Harris has been serving in the U.S. Senate since 2017. She previously … Read moreSenator Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Bid

Tulsi Gabbard, Longtime friend of Indian Americans, to Run for President in 2020

Washington D.C.: Tulsi Gabbard, a longtime friend of India and Indian Americans, has announced she will run for President in 2020. Congresswoman Gabbard was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2012. USINPAC supported her candidacy and was pleased that she quickly advocated for India and Indian Americans while serving on the House Foreign … Read moreTulsi Gabbard, Longtime friend of Indian Americans, to Run for President in 2020