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Swapan Dhairyawan takes charge as president IACCGH

by Manu Shah On the first day of every year, Swapan Dhairyawan spends two hours writing his goals for the year.

Outgoing President Allen Richards’s legacy to IACCGH

by Manu Shah In 2005, Allen Richards was tasked with developing the market for a direct Continental flight from Newark to New Delhi.

Loss of Spouse and How to Cope with Life

Indian American Cancer Network

India House, Indian American Cancer Network(IACAN), Share Our Secrets(SOS) and Indo-American Chamber of Commerce(IACCGH) joined hands and

IACCGH Gala 2017 forges US-India partnership, makes $1M collective donation to Mayor Turner’s Harvey Relief



by Swathi Vikraman. HOUSTON – Indo American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Houston held its 18th Annual Gala on September 30th

Chase Untermeyer talks on etiquette in public at IACCGH event

by Manu Shah An intimate group of IACCGH members listened intently as Chase Untermeyer, former Ambassador to Qatar shared his tips and techniques

Sheriff Ed Gonzalez’s ‘Distingushed Lecture’ on Keeping Houston Safe

by Manu Shah Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, who took office in January, met with IACCGH members and guests to describe the “pretty daunting task”

IPS officer’s firsthand account of terrorists situation in India

by Manu Shah Additional Director General of Police, Dr. Ramesh spent a good portion of his career cracking down on militants, leading anti-terrorist

Consul General Dr. Ray hosts IACCGH – GAP Reception

India’s Consul General in Houston Dr. Anupam Ray  and  his wife Dr. Amit Goldberg Ray held a reception at their residence

IACCGH features Chief Acevedo in Distinguished Lecture Series

by Manu Shah On April 11, Houston’s top cop Art Acevedo delivered a strong message about “relational policing” and his efforts to build

IACCGH honors Asif Dakri on his appointment to FDIC Advisory Committee

by Manu Shah On 27th February, IACCGH Executive Director Jagdip Ahluwalia welcomed “the roomful of friends and supporters” who had gathered to honor