USINPAC Newsletter August 2014

Greetings from USINPAC on India’s 67th Independence day!

Welcome to USINPAC News Bulletin. Read about our latest activities, upcoming events and support USINPAC!

Update on the 2 month long campaign for scheduling the Joint Session address by PM Modi during his US visit
Recently the US India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) concluded the grassroots campaign launched two months ago urging Speaker John Boehner to schedule a Joint Session of Congress Address by Prime Minister Modi. The campaign saw 88 members signing up and USINPAC extends its heartfelt thanks to each and every member of Congress – Senate and House – who participated in this bipartisan effort.
To see the full list of members who signed up, click here.
On behalf of Indian American grassroots activists particularly from Ohio, USINPAC appreciates Speaker John A Boehner’s leadership in reaching out to PM Modi. USINPAC looks forward to the US India dialogue in September during Indian PM Modi’s visit to US. Speaker Boehner has issued the attached letter to Prime Minister Modi.
To read the letter from Speaker Boehner, click here.

A Congressional Briefing on US Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Exports to India
Recently, USINPAC organized a Congressional Briefing on US Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exports to India on the Capitol Hill. USINPAC’s LNG initiative was launched in 2013. The LNG Initiative is USINPAC’s project to decisively influence US policy on expediting LNG exports to India and thus help foster a long-term collaboration in LNG trade between the two countries.
Call for Action
Anti-Modi Petition needs to be removed…Quickly!
As India’s new Prime Minister Mr. Modi prepares for his first US trip, an anti- Modi petition replete with no facts and full with false accusations has been filed on the official website of President of the United States. The idea of this anti-India petition is to slander India as a ‘fascist state’ by making false allegations of human rights violations
For more details, click here.
We urge you to pick up your phone, call your lawmakers and sign the following petition:

Upcoming Events
Bi-Weekly USINPAC Leadership Dialogues
This is the only webinar session which has sustained purely on the merit of the innovative discussions and the audience interactions with eminent speakers who week after week join USINPAC to discuss and analyze topics which are trending and are extremely relevant to Indian Americans.
The leadership dialogue sessions have been instrumental to the USINPAC mission of serving as a unified voice of the Indian American community.

The topic for the next dialogue on August 16th is: Quo Vadis India on the 67th anniversary of Independence.
To know more about the dialogues, please visit the following links:

Join the Dialogue
Past Experts
Past Dialogues
Jeanne Shaheen Fundraiser (August 16th)

The only woman in U.S. history to be elected both a Governor and a United States Senator, Jeanne Shaheen has been committed to serving the citizens of New Hampshire and is known for her common-sense leadership, hard work and dedication to improving the lives of the middle class. She has served in the United States Senate since 2009 and is a member of the Senate Committees on Armed Services, Foreign Relations, Appropriations, and Small Business and Entrepreneurship. USINPAC has always supported Jeanne and continues to support her.
For more details, click here

Contribute Towards a Better Tomorrow
Call for Volunteers
Your contributions help USINPAC support candidates for political and legislative offices, and fight the issues that concern the Indian-American community. We urge you to consider contributing any amount that you can to make USINPAC strong!

Let your voice be heard: Support USINPAC!

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USINPAC is looking for volunteers to help strengthen the voice of the Indian American community. If you are interested, please write to:

US India Political Action Committee (USINPAC)
1455 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20004.

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