India, US ‘natural allies’, could face any challenge: Envoy Ken Juster



The US and India are natural allies and share common interests and a genuine friendship, Americas envoy to New Delhi Ken Juster has said, underlining that the two countries could face any challenge with the strong people-to-people relations. The US envoy was speaking at the 20th annual gala of the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Houston (IACCGH) held here last Saturday to celebrate its accomplishments for facilitating trade between the US and India and to honour outstanding contributions of the Indian community members. Juster highlighted bilateral trade and challenges that India is facing – like managing the rise of China, countering terrorism, promoting economic growth and modernising its military. He described the relationship as one of natural allies and said the two countries could face any challenge with the strong people-to-people relations shared between the two nations. He said the two countries could face any challenge with the strong people-to-people relations shared between the two nations. That may be the case for other countries but in my 20 years of experience, the US and India share common interests and a genuine friendship, Also read: As a member of the trade delegation led by Mayor Turner to India in 2018, Chamber President Swapan Dhairyawan highlighted the considerable bilateral trade contacts derived from the visit and the Consul General Ray appreciated the friendship between India and the US and said it was not The chamber is also about local job creation, investment in the local economy, connecting small and medium enterprises; professionals and businesses to global corporations, he said. Several prominent Indian community members were awarded for outstanding work in different fields. In a tribute to nurses, who form an integral part of the healthcare system, the Chamber presented the Trailblazers Award for Women in Nursing to Moani Thomas, a nurse who arrived on American shores 50 years ago and paved the way for many others. Indian Nursing Association, president Accamma Kellel accepted the award from Ambassdor Juster on behalf of the organisation. Lifetime achievement award was presented to former Harris county Judge Ed Emmett and Durga Agrawal. Sugar Land Council member Himesh Gandhi was honoured with the Rising Star Award while the Business of the Year Award went to Hilton Americas, Houston. The evening gala had an enriching entertainment – national anthem by Serene Kaggal and Eesha Dhairyawan, a Bollywood hip-hop group dance and a solo by a young aspiring singer, Ishya Kachru, who sang a complex mashup song.

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