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India’s Upcoming Parliamentary Elections:

Implications For India’s Economy, Prospects For Reduced Tension with Pakistan, and U.S. Policy

Read a summary report of this Congressional Briefing here

Learn more about the Indian Elections here

Event:

India’s Upcoming Parliamentary Elections:
Implications For India’s Economy, Prospects For Reduced Tension with Pakistan, and U.S. Policy

Sponsors: Congressman Rush Holt (NJ-12), Congressional Caucus on India and Indian Americans, and Young India Inc.

Time:

1-2pm, Tuesday, March 30th 2004

Venue:

House International Relations Committee Room,
Room 2255 Rayburn Office Building
Capitol Hill, Washington DC
Directions

Speakers:

Moderated by Congressman Rush Holt (NJ-12)

Three-quarter of a billion people will vote in a new government next month in India. How will the outcome of this election affect U.S. interests in the region? Specifically, how will electoral results likely affect the potential for India-Pakistan rapprochement, continued growth of the Indian economy, and U.S.-Indian trade relations?

AGENDA:

Welcome: Rep. Rush Holt (moderator)

On Indian Economy:
Prof. Arvind Panagariya, Jagdish Bhagwati Chair of Indian Political Economy, Columbia University

On Indo-Pakistani Relations:
Dr. George Perkovich, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

On Indian Elections:
Mr. Rohit Tripathi, Young India

Questions & Answers

For more information, please call Jim Kapsis in Rep. Holt’s office at (202)-225-5801.

DIRECTIONS:

Public Transportation Recommended!!!

  • The Rayburn Office building is on Independence Ave across from the main Capitol Building between 1st St SW and South Capitol St SE.
  • Get off metro BLUE/ORANGE LINE station Capitol South
  • The Capitol South Metro is across the street from the O'Neill House Office Building and the Madison Building of the Library of Congress.
  • Walk towards Independence Ave.
  • Turn left on Independence and walk for a block.
  • The building is right after South Capitol St SE.
  • ** Enter through Independence Ave Entrance. **


 






 
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