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  • The Indo-U.S. Science and Technology Forum, an autonomous, not-for-profit body, has added a new dimension to exchanges between the United States and India.

  • maximum INDIA festival, a cornucopia of cultural events celebrating India at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., celebrated the diversity of Indian art and culture.

  • The United States supports India’s efforts to conserve its endangered national animal.

  • Simple exchanges can break down walls between us, for when people come together and speak to one another and share a common experience, then their common humanity is revealed. —President Barack Obama.

  • Indian exchange students develop greater skills, knowledge and understanding about American culture while learning something about themselves.

  • American exchange students in India learn Hindi and not so visible aspects of Indian culture as part of the National Security Language Initiative for Youth.

  • Columbia University’s water center has partnered with Punjab Agricultural University to devise innovative farming solutions to deal with water overuse and scarcity.

  • The Gandhi center at James Madison University advances the practice of nonviolence. 

  • For nearly a century, historians and sociologists have tried to explain why Abraham Lincoln continues to fascinate his countrymen like no other historical personage.

  • The 24,300-ton cruise ship that docked in Chennai didn’t carry camera-laden tourists anxious to visit the beaches. Rather, it brought 520 American university students for real-life lessons.

  • Only 12 years after Indians won their freedom with nonviolent protests, noncooperation and boycott, African Americans were using the same tactics to overturn unjust laws.

  • A look at U.S.-India cooperation in space programs through the years.

  • An American in Punjab and Afghanistan, 1827-1839.


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