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India Association of Greater Boston (IAGB) is the oldest and one of the leading Indian-American organizations in New England. It serves the Indian-American communities in the Greater Boston area - Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. Learn more

A Special India Day 2017 Announcement

Dear IAGB Friends and well wishers;

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors,  Turkish Airlines, the India Association of Greater Boston is very pleased to announce an exciting new addition to our event this year:  Win 2 airline tickets on Turkish Airlines to many global destinations. To know of our India day event, please click  India Day 2017

 

Our sponsor, Turkish Airlines, has generously offered TWO FREE ROUND TRIP AIR TICKETS FROM USA TO INDIA , OR ANY DESTINATION WHERE TURKISH AIRLINES FLIES.

 

The offer is for Turkish Airlines tickets and the Ticket will be given away as a raffle prize at our India Day event. The two lucky winners will be drawn and announced on Sunday 8/20 at around 7:30 pm. 

Note - Some restrictions apply. 

The price of the raffle is $10 for 1 ticket, and a special deal of $25 for 3 tickets or $100 for 15 tickets, for early bird purchases online. Please click here Raffle Online  If you buy the tickets online and win, we will contact you to hand over the ticket/certificate. You do not need to attend to win. Show your support to your own community organisation. IAGB. 

Tickets will also be available at the IAGB TAble at India Day. 

We will stop the sales as soon as we reach our fundraising goal of $3000.00 (approx. 300 tickets) AND there will be 2 grand winners!  Your chances of winning are quite high..

Our corporate Sponsors: Turkish Airlines and Harvard Pilgrim HealthCare.

 

IAGB’s Official Response To Kansas Killings

The India Association of Greater Boston (IAGB) strongly condemns the recent shooting incident that took place at Austins Bar and Grill in Olathe, Kansas, in which one Indian American Srinivas Kuchibhotla was killed and another Indian American Alok Madasani was injured in a potential hate crime. The gunman yelled “get out of my country” before opening fire and later told witnesses that he had killed two Middle Eastern men. Srinivas Kuchibhotla and Alok Madasani were both engineers who worked for Garmin’s global headquarters in Olathe. A 24-year old American Ian Grillot was also wounded and hospitalized after trying to intervene after he heard the gunman issue racist slurs.

IAGB condemn this incident as well as any form of discrimination or racism against peace loving and law abiding Indian Americans community. We express our shock and solidarity with the victims and their families, particularly Ian Grillot, the brave heart who interjected and was injured. We call upon the concerned authorities to prosecute the perpetrator of this criminal act to the fullest and at the earliest, and assure the community that its interests will be protected against such racist elements and tendencies.

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IAGB ENews

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In August 2016, IAGB's Executive Committee launched eNews, its first monthly e-newsletter.

IAGB Director Zehra Khan is the editor. The newsletter features IAGB news and updates as well as some community information, and messages from our sponsors and advertisers for the benefit of our readers.

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