An Evening with Piano Recitals

Mr. M K Pathak, Co-chairman IAGCC (first from left), Mr. H R Shah Chairman and CEO TV Asia and other with Ms. Rajlakshmi, Ms. Meeryung Hall and Ms. Kathy Cheongmi Park who recited piano at the Consulate Ball room, New York on Friday, April 8th 2016. The program was organized by the Consulate General of India with Indo American Global Chamber of Commerce.

PM Modi on the occasion of B R Ambedkar 125 anniversary

Presenting with a copy of India Abroad special to Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi on the occasion of B. R. Ambedkar 125 anniversary where PM Modi addressed to 2 lacs people. In picture. Prem Bhandari Chairman of Jaipur Foot USA Chairman and Rajeev Bhambri COO presenting a copy of India Abroad to PM. NGO organized camp to put artificial limbs to 800 disabled people on the occasion.

Indian Finance Minister in New York

Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in New York with Mr. Rajeev Bhambri Executive President New York and Managing Director India Abroad (a Rediff subsidiary).

Finance Minister from India

Finance Minister  Arun Jaitley will embark on a 10-day  US visit beginning June 16 during which he will meet Treasury Secretary, foreign institutional investors and industry leaders. 

He will travel to New York, Washington and San Francisco during the visit ending on June 25, sources said.

During the New York visit, Jaitley will interact with the officials of the New York Stock Exchange, meet FIIs and address students of two American institutes.

In Washington, he is scheduled to meet US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, while in San Francisco he will hold a round-table discussion with the members of US-India Business Council, the sources said.

Having opened up several sectors to foreign investment, India has been projecting itself as a favourable destination for attracting foreign funds. 

The government has relaxed FDI norms in various sectors, including insurance, railways and medical devices, to boost FDI in the country. 

Foreign fund flows grew 27 per cent to USD 30.93 billion last fiscal as against USD 24.29 billion in 2013-14. 

India received USD 1.82 billion in FDI from the US in 2014-15. 

Jaitley is expected to highlight various initiatives of the NDA government, which came to power last year, to attract foreign investments into the country. 

Among various initiatives is the "Make in India"programme launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The government expects  foreign investors to support the initiative and bring in billions of dollars in FDI into the country. 

That apart, Jaitley has been assuring investors of a non- adversarial tax regime, saying that the government has no intention to tax people retrospectively and will make it easier to do business in the country. 

Welcome reception for newly appointed Indian Ambassador in New York

Newly appointed Indian Ambassador to the USA, Shri Arun K. Singh, was given a well attended welcome reception in New York by Consul General of New York, Amb Dnyneshwar Mulay, on June 5, 2015. On behalf of the Indian American community of the region a memento was presented to Ambassador Arun Singh by Asook Ramsaran President GOPIO International; Mr Mridul Pathak, Co Chairman IAGCC Patron member IACC India and GOPIO Life Member and Director of Diaspora Development, presented a welcome gift to Dr (Mrs) Maina Chawla Singh

Mr Rajeev Bhambri takes over the position of Executive President of IAGCC

We are pleased to announce that Mr Rajeev Bhambri takes over the position of Executive President of IAGCC with effect from 1st of April 2015 Rajeev has been and continues to be COO cum Managing Director of India Abroad-a rediff company and the oldest newspaper of North America serving indian communities abroad from Newyork.In every sphere of activities in the country or for PBD in India he is the most visible face.His remarkable social access will enrich the chamber greatly.We wish him success .

Overwhelming number of Indian-Americans to attend Narendra Modi

Nearly 30,000 people had registered for the event to be held at Madison Square Garden to honour Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. The final list of attendees was decided by lottery . More than two third of the Indian -Americans attending the event will be from New York and New Jersey. Prime Minister Narendra Modi"s address to the Indian community at a grand public reception at New York"s Madison Square Garden on September 28 will be beamed live on giant screens at the city"s iconic Times Square.

With no more tickets available for the event at the huge multi-purpose indoor arena in Midtown Manhattan with a capacity of over 20,000, New Yorkers would be able to watch it in the heart of the city at Times Square.

The Indian American Community Foundation (IACF), organizer of the mega event, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Times Square Alliance for the live telecast.

PM Modi"s speech, which will be delivered in Hindi, will carry English subtitles. For the audio, people can either dial a toll free number to listen to the speech live or download an app on their smartphones.

The newly formed Indian-American Community Foundation( IACF) created for the purpose in New Jersey is hosting the event with support of more than 400 community organizations and prominent individuals in close cooperation with Consulate in New York, Embassy in Washington and State department, local authorities in a budget of less than USD 2million.

According to IACF spokesperson, "the phenomenal response to this event suggests that this is an important moment for the Indian diaspora."

He further elaborated by saying that "this will be the largest gathering in history to hear an Indian Prime Minister speak in America. The sheer diversity of people coming to Madison Square Garden indicates that the Indian American community sees significant promise in his leadership and an opportunity for a stronger relationship between the world"s oldest and largest democracies."

The local public transportation system will be running their weekday instead of the weekend schedule to cater to the rush of the people coming for this event. Indian-Americans from several other states of US and also from Canada will be joining this event. Admission to the venue is free but the venue and event preparation cost was collected through brochure, donations and voluntary service from community and business houses-small and medium.

IAGCC joined GOPIO and INDIA ABROAD to come out with special supplement to commemorate this historic event.
Co Chairman of the chamber is a member of the organizing committee and was chosen as part of the reception team.

American private sector is eager to join with India to invest

Kathleen Stephens, US Ambassador to India while addressing a gathering of entrepreneurs on September 3rd at American Business Corner in Rajasthan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said "We want to see India and US relationship grow in both ways. We want to see American companies come and invest here and vice versa."

She said that US is looking forward to Prime Minister Narendra Modi"s visit in September and hoping to grow better economic ties with India.

She also said that this year more student visas have been issued as compared to last year as " we want to see the relationship growing and deepening" while expecting that the Indo- US trade will rise from USD 100 billion to $500 billion in the near future.

The ambassador informed that there will be a technology summit held in Delhi in November in collaboration between US and the Indian government. The focus of the summit will be to create new partnerships between industry, research, academic institutions and governments and for boosting bilateral trade and investment.

Sanchita Datta is joining the IAGCC team as Director of Communications

Sanchita Datta is joining the IAGCC team as Director of Communications. She holds an academic degree in Journalism and had been associated with print, entertainment and currently with Social Media as a Content Writer and Social Media Marketing Co-ordinator.

She will be assisting IAGCC in managing all its communication related issues including web-site content overview, blog inclusion, member communication, newsletter etc.

Indian Consulate hosts reception with Congresswoman Grace Meng and Indian American Community

Indian Consulate hosts reception with Congresswoman Grace Meng and Indian American Community

Global citizen forum praises Narendra Modi

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Breaking News: Sante Chari assumes position of Director Biz Initiative

Brief Biography of Sante Santhanam Chary Director Biz Initiative, IAGCC,USA (fmrly IACCUSA Inc founded by IACC India)

Mr. Chary believes deeply in serving the Chamber’s mission of developing Indo-US-Global business and trade relations.

Mr. Chary left India in 1986 to pursue the American Dream. He is a healthcare entrepreneur, and for more than 20 years has served as Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Dallas-based US Physician Resources International, a global medical consulting and Physician staffing firm. Presently, he is also Managing Partner of IVY CEO and Regus Advisors, a global M&A advisory firm.

He is a recipient of the “One Person Makes a Difference Award” from the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) the oldest allied Health Association in the US with over 100,000 members for the instrumental role in the introduction and approval of a Bill in US Congress. His efforts contributed to the passage of the Bill and signed into law by President George H.W. Bush at the White House.

Mr. Chary has gained knowledge and experience in Indo-US business relations as a CEO. He has a passion for issues related to healthcare, labor, immigration law, the urban-rural divide and underserved communities, education, access to opportunity, and small business and entrepreneurship in both countries. As a proud Indian-American, he has also devoted his non-professional efforts to forging US-Indo ties.

For more than a decade, he has focused on and gained expertise in promoting US-Indo partnership programs. In 1997, the creation of the First Day Envelope in collaboration with the US Postal Service commemorating 50 years of Indian Independence was a signature effort on his part, and later he obtained key endorsements from 55 US and Indian officials (including 6 US Presidents, 7 Indian Prime Ministers and Presidents) on the same Envelope in a unique show of solidarity and partnership.


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Kelley Drye Distressed M&A Opportunities Report

Kelley Dryes Bankruptcy and Restructuring Group has been compiling a "Distressed M&A Opportunities Report", which identifies a list of assets in the U.S. that could be acquired pursuant to Section 363 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Attached is the link, please see the most recent list of assets, demarcated by industry.

Distressed M&A Opportunities Report

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Interactive Community Luncheon Meeting with Honorable Vayalar Ravi, Minister of Overseas Indian Affairs, Govt. of India

The Global Organization of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO), in collaboration with Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) and several leading community organizations and groups in the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut tri-state area, attended a luncheon and interactive session on promotion of PBD2014 and Issues of Interest to NRIs/PIOs with MOIA Minister Vayalar Ravi on Sunday, November 24 starting at 12.30pm at the Indian Consulate in New York. Mridul Pathak (Director, Diaspora Development) Co-sponsors: GOPIO of New York GOPIO of Long Island Parikh Worldwide Media Indo American Chamber of Commerce (USA) inc aka IAGCC (Indo American Global Chamber of Commerce) TV Asia American Assoc. of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) Mohinder Taneja Madhuram Sweets NFIA

Mridul Pathak; Co-Chairman IAGCC with Ms. Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal Govt

Mridul Pathak; Co-Chairman IAGCC with Ms. Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal Govt. inaugurating Great Kolkata Heritage Festival in Kolkata on 3rd October 2013 at 66Palli, Kolkata.

MoU signed by FICCI with IACCUSA (IAGCC) and GOPIO

MoU signed by FICCI with IACCUSA(IAGCC) and GOPIO In the photos are Mr. Mridul Pathak, Co-Chairman of IAGCC accompanied by Attorney Robert Straniere from the New York City and Maris Buckner also of NY City together with Dr Didar Singh IAS (retd) Secretary General ,FICCI

Export Delegation

A powerful delegation of exporters from India led by Mr. Rai will be hosted at Citi Corp headquarters, New York City on 30th September.

AGM of IACC-India in Mumbai

M K Pathak founder/Co Chairman was in India. Attended the Annual General Conference at Mumbai on 27th September as a Patron Member of IACC-India. Mr. Shourya Mondal National President of IACC India changed baton to his successor Mr. Srinivasan.

Kelly, Drye & Partners of 101, Park Avenue were on India trip

Kelly, Drye & Partners of 101, Park Avenue were on India trip. Mssrs Dipak Nambiar and Talat Ansari were in Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad & Bangalore from 26th September till 4th October 2013.

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