N.Y. Congressman to Co-Chair India Caucus

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New York --  Rep. Joseph Crowley, D-N.Y., is the new co-chair of the congressional caucus on India and Indian Americans, . He and Rep. Ed Royce, R-Calif., will lead what is the largest caucus on the Hill with around 160 members, reports the Indian American online publication, DesiTalk.com.

This will be the third time that the two congressmen will share the leadership of the caucus since its founding in 1998.
 

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Anonymous

Posted Jan 24 2011

Congressmen, as co-chairmen of the Congressional Indian Caucus, what have you been doing to persuade the Indian Government to allow US recovery teams to access US crash sites in Arunachal Pradesh, India? The remains of over 400 American airmen from World War II still lie unrecovered there, and the Indian Government ha...s shown very little inclination to live up to its responsibilities, under international humanitarian law, to cooperate in their recovery and repatriation....Gary Zaetz, Project Homecoming.

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