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Teresa Thomas

For immediate release:
August 25, 2005

India's Ambassador to the U.S. to Discuss U.S.-India Relations at Carnegie Mellon, Aug. 30

PITTSBURGH—His Excellency Ronen Sen, India's Ambassador to the United States, will speak at Carnegie Mellon University from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 30, in Rangos Hall in the University Center on the Carnegie Mellon campus. His talk is free and open to the public.

India is rapidly becoming a global power—economically, politically and militarily. Ambassador Sen will discuss the future of international relations between India and the United States, the changing business and investment climate in India, the evolving relationship between India and Pakistan, the war against terrorism and other key issues. A question and answer session will follow his address.

Ambassador Sen has a wealth of international experience having served as India's Ambassador to Germany, Russia and Mexico, as well as High Commissioner to the United Kingdom. He has participated in more than 160 summit meetings around the world.

The talk is sponsored by the Carnegie Mellon University Lecture Series.

Parking is available adjacent to the University Center in Carnegie Mellon's East Campus Garage on Forbes Avenue.


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