Indian Embassy in Washington lights up for Diwali celebration

Indian Embassy in Washington lights up for Diwali celebration

Ambassador Navtej Sarna said, “I think the Indian-American community, all of you, have contributed hugely to this realization of Diwali as a very important festival for India and have underlined that celebrating Diwali is something that reaches out to the Indian-American community. That is why we have the American institutions doing so”. Continue reading Indian Embassy in Washington lights up for Diwali celebration

Patriotic Fervor Infuses Independence Day Celebration at Indian Embassy Residence in Washington

Patriotic Fervor Infuses Independence Day Celebration at Indian Embassy Residence in Washington

Ambassador Navtej Sarna conveyed “warmest greetings to the entire Indian community and all friends and well-wishers of India in the United States on the 71st independence day”. Continue reading Patriotic Fervor Infuses Independence Day Celebration at Indian Embassy Residence in Washington

Indian Foreign Secretary Jaishankar says Kansas shooting is an individual act, American society is against it

Indian Foreign Secretary Jaishankar says Kansas shooting is an individual act, American society is against it

At a press interaction in the Indian Embassy in Washington, Foreign Secretary Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said the Kansas shooting, which claimed the life of an Indian engineer and injured two other men, is the act of an individual and American society is very much against it. Continue reading Indian Foreign Secretary Jaishankar says Kansas shooting is an individual act, American society is against it

Indian-American Community Hosts Glittering Reception for Delhi’s Top Diplomats in Washington

Indian-American Community Hosts Glittering Reception for Delhi’s Top Diplomats in Washington

Cutting a regal figure with his tall stature, both literally and figuratively, Indian Ambassador Navtej Sarna extolled the Indian-American community which he noted forms only one percent of the US population, but its members make up 9 percent of physicians, 30 percent of start-up founders in Silicon Valley, and 50 percent of the hospitality industry. Continue reading Indian-American Community Hosts Glittering Reception for Delhi’s Top Diplomats in Washington