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  • The American Center New Delhi’s Nexus Incubator harnesses U.S.-India collaborations to help start-ups thrive.

  • The India Innovation Growth Programme identifies India’s leading entrepreneurs and, through partnerships with local and American companies and universities, gives them the tools they need to attain success

  • The book presents a nuanced and data-rich analysis of the remarkable success of Indian Americans.

  • Anuraag Saxena, co-founder of the India Pride Project, talks about his team’s mission to bring back India’s stolen treasures from around the world.

  • Fulbrighter Navina Jafa uses walks and performances to promote India’s cultural heritage.

  • IVLP alumnus Sargam Singh Rasaily says the exchange visit to the United States helped advance his biodiversity conservation efforts in India. 

  • Archaeological excavations funded by a grant from the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation provides new understanding of the Qutb Shahi Heritage Park in Hyderabad.

  • The U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation is helping to preserve thousands of relics of India’s past in the United Theological College’s archives.

  • A grant from the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation helped give a new lease on life to the YMCA’s Student Branch at Lamington Road in Mumbai.

  • The Aga Khan Trust for Culture, with the support of the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation, has restored the Batashewala Mughal Tomb Complex in New Delhi to its old glory.

  • Sid Burback and the IC² Institute educate for entrepreneurial wealth creation in India.

  • The U.S.-India Innovation Forum will create an ecosystem of start-ups in India and promote collaborations with U.S. stakeholders.

  • While many customs date back to the 1789 inauguration of President George Washington, others have developed over time.

  • Fulbrighter Suresh Sethuraman uses his study of heritage buildings and sites in the United States to conserve those in India. 

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