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  • U.S. Embassy Celebrates American Independence Day

    U.S. Embassy Celebrates Independence Day

    The United States Embassy celebrated America’s 239th Independence Day with a baseball-themed event at the Taj Palace Hotel today. India’s Minister of State for External Affairs General V.K. Singh was the Chief Guest, with over 1200 dignitaries from government, business, the diplomatic corps, and civil society in attendance.

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  • Amb. Richard Verma's Convocation Speech at Ashoka University

    Amb. Verma's Convocation Speech at Ashoka Univ

    Leadership is what we do between a challenge and the next step forward. It can be on a global scale, it can be within your state or corporation or organization, or it can be in your community, your neighborhood or family....

  • U.S. and India Commit to a Future of Expanded Health Collaboration

    U.S. & India Commit to a Future of Health Collab

    “The MOUs reflect the breadth and depth of our partnership, and the vast opportunities open to us when we formally join our institutions, our experts, our experience.” - Ambassador Richard R. Verma

  • President Obama Hosts the 2015 Iftar Dinner

    President Obama Hosts the 2015 Iftar Dinner

    "Our annual White House Iftar recognizes the sacredness of Ramadan to more than 1.5 billion Muslims around the world. It’s a time when Muslims recommit themselves to their faith, following days of discipline with nights of gratitude for the gifts that God bestows."

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  • On Smart Buildings and Smart Cities, Ambassador Verma, June 23, 2015.

    On Smart Buildings and Smart Cities

    "I’m proud of the role that the US has played in the Smart Cities initiative. We are the leading partner in helping to develop three cities in particular: Vizag, Ajmer and Allahabad." - Ambassador Verma, June 23, 2015.

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  • Secretary of Defense Ash Carter Visits India
    Secretary of Defense Ash Carter Visits India

    During an official visit to India June 2-3, Ash Carter, the U.S. Sec. of defense, met Minister of Defense Manohar Parrikar and met with PM Narendra Modi. He also met the External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and the National Security Adviser Ajit Doval. 

  • Sec. Carter at Eastern Naval Command, Visakhapatnam
    Sec. Carter at Eastern Naval Command, Visakhapatnam

    On his first tour to India as SecDef, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter traveled to Visakhapatnam to visit the Eastern Naval Command and tour a naval vessel. This is the first time that a Defense Secretary has visited this Command, which maintains Indian presence in the Straits of Malacca. 

  • Student Visa Day at the Embassy
    Student Visa Day at the Embassy

    Ambassador Richard Verma attended the ‪May 28th #‎StudentVisaDay celebrations where he met and interacted with students all set to ‪#‎StudyInTheUSA  More »

  • JOIDES Resolution Ship Anchors in Mumbai
    JOIDES Resolution Ship Anchors in Mumbai

    Following an eight-week expedition to do sediment and basement coring in the Eastern Arabian Sea, the JOIDES Resolution anchored in Mumbai. The ship is an example of U.S.-India cooperation at sea. 

  • Ambassador Verma in Punjab. At Golden Temple.
    Ambassador Verma in Punjab

    Ambassador Verma tweeted about his wonderful and moving visit to Golden Temple and to Jallianwala Bagh. He enjoyed a lively interaction with students from Guru Nanak Dev University and also visited the historic Khalsa College and the outstanding museum of Sikh History.  Video »