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Under Dr. Panchanathan’s guidance, NSF aims to put America at the forefront of innovation in a wide range of scientific fields.

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75 years of US-India relationship, a trusted partnership

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Bengaluru: A dialogue program was held in Bengaluru on Wednesday on the safe economic and trade partnership between America and India. U.S. Mission India Chargé d’Affaires Patricia Lacina met business leaders and entrepreneurs in Bangalore on August 10 to discuss the strong economic and trade partnership between the US and India. Charje Lasina assumed office in September 2021 and this is the first time he is visiting Bangalore.

Charje was accompanied by US Consul General in Chennai Judith Ravin and Director of US National Science Foundation (NSF). Sethuraman Panchanathan was present. At a dinner hosted for business and industry leaders, Charje Lasina highlighted the more than 650 U.S. companies in Bangalore that employ tens of thousands of Indian citizens in high-quality work environments in the formal sector. Commemorating the contribution of the companies, he lauded the immense contribution they are making not only through financial ties and capital, but also through corporate social responsibility initiatives and commitment to employee skill development.

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Celebrating 75 years of US-India ties, a trusted partnership

Charjee said, “This year, as our two countries celebrate 75 years of diplomatic ties and trusted partnership, we are celebrating the US-India collaboration, as President Biden recently called it, a deep connection strengthened by our people, family ties, friendships, and shared values. U.S. And because of these shared values ​​among Indian businesses, American and Indian companies are working together seamlessly, driving innovation and prosperity.”

NSF Director Dr. Panchanathan, originally a resident of Chennai, has visited Bangalore with the aim of expanding strong collaboration in the fields of science and technology. A graduate of the Indian Institute of Science, Dr. Panchanathan is from the US. and has come to India to announce NSF grants for 35 collaborative research projects in Indian university laboratories.

Under Dr. Panchanathan’s guidance, NSF aims to put America at the forefront of innovation in a wide range of scientific fields. NSF recently introduced important legislation that not only grants and supports all areas of basic research, but also extends research to applications through technology, innovation and partnerships. Dr. Panchanathan delivered the Dr. MA Govind Rao Founder Memorial Lecture at the Indian Institute of Science (IISC), Bangalore.

Charje Lasina introduced the new Consular for Commercial Affairs Carrie Arun on the same occasion. Cary Arun in Chennai is a South Indian U.S. In charge of Commercial Services, he will support US and India business and commercial opportunities. U.S. CommercialServices has offices in Chennai and Bangalore.

At the Commerce and Industry Sector Banquet held in Bangalore on Wednesday, August 10, the U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Patricia A. Lacina, US National Science Foundation Director Dr. Sethuraman Panchanathan, US Consul General Chennai Judith Ravin and Minister of Higher Education, IT & BT, Science and Technology Dr. C.N. Ashwaddha Narayan was involved.

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