Indiaspora celebrates 9th anniversary

The Indiaspora evening was not just focused on celebrating; the leaders present spoke about various issues, ranging from covid assistance to the US-India relationship

Indiaspora celebrates 9th anniversary
Image: From left Atul Keshap, a senior American diplomat; M.R. Rangaswami, founder of Indiaspora and Taranjit Singh Sandhu, Ambassador of India to the US. (Twitter)

To celebrate its ninth anniversary, Indiaspora organized an event on Sept 29 at Fiola Mare in Washington, DC. M.R. Rangaswami, founder of Indiaspora, and Sanjeev Joshpura, executive director, hosted the event.

“Indiaspora began as a tiny concept eleven years ago. The fact that it has expanded is a tribute not only to MR or other leaders here, but also to a need and desire for an active, outspoken, and committed Indian American community. I am grateful to each and every one of you. It is a cornerstone principle of the Biden-Harris administration that we believe in ensuring that all of our public policies reflect the whole country,” said Neera Tanden, senior adviser to US President.