Headed by Consul General Dnyaneshwar Mulay.
NEW YORK: The Consulate of India in New York organized outreach programs for the Indian community in New Hampshire on consular, economic, cultural, banking and tourism matters at Concord and Nashua, on July 24-25.
Representatives of different nationalized and private banks of India based in New York, India Tourism, Air India and Make My Trip participated too in the event, according to a press release.
The delegation from New York, headed by Consul General Dnyaneshwar Mulay, met with various dignitaries from the state, including mayor Donna Lee Lozeau, congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster, former congressman Paul Hodes, senator Dan Feltes, senator Bette Lansky, senator Lou Dâ€™Allasandro, former state Senator Peggy Gilmour, councilor Colin Van Ostern, speaker Shawn Jasper and Michael P. Boyle, CEO & President, Boyle Energy.
A business luncheon was organized by state representative Lata Mangipudi for the delegation members at the Uppam Walker house, Concord. Around 30-40 businessmen and officials participated in the event.
A visa camp and community event was also organized at Rivier University, in Nashua. More than 150 people participated in the visa camp, where applications for Indian visa, OCI cards and renunciation certificates were received from the applicants.
Over 200 people from various Indian community and associations based in New Hampshire region attended the community event in the evening, followed by a networking dinner.