Indian Consulate’s Community Outreach to Boston

Delegates with the Governor of Massachussetts Mr. Charles Duane "Charlie" Baker, Jr. in his office.

NEW YORK (TIP): As part of the Indian Consulate’s Community Outreach program for the New England area, Indian delegates met Ms. Amy Hariani of US India Business Council members, US Dept. of Commerce Director Mr. James Paul, Massachusetts Office of International Trade & Investment (MOITI), Massachusetts Tech Collaborative, Massport’s Michelle Lampa, and distinguished members  Mr. Kamaljit S. Bawa, and business representatives  Mr. Amit Kanodia and Mr. Anil Matta on March  13. The event was coordinated ably throughout by Mr. Amit Dixit, ED – South Asian Arts Council at Boston.

The Indian delegates were received by Boston Mayor Martin J. "Marty" Walsh, displaying the plaque that was presented to him by the Consul General of India Mr. Mulay, who is seen to the right of the Mayor.
The Indian delegates were received by Boston Mayor
Martin J. “Marty” Walsh, displaying the plaque that was presented to him by the Consul General of India Mr. Mulay, who is seen to the right of the Mayor.

The Indian delegation was represented by Ms. Ridhika Batra of FICCI and Ms. Sumani Dash of CII, several Indian Banks, Air India, Ms. Ruby Chadha of MakeMyTrip, Air India and senior Consular officials  Mr. Manoj Mohapatra, Mr. Ngaihte and Mr. Sreenivasa Rao led by Consul General Mr. Dnyaneshwar Mulay.

A community event was organized in the evening, with over 200 in attendance, with several speakers of the Indian delegation, including Indian Banks.

Air India presentation made by  Rishikant Singh  was very well received by the audience.

(Based on a Press Release) 

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