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IAMC at ICNA-MAS 2011 Annual Convention

by iamcadmin on June 3, 2011

The Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC) is pleased to inform that it maintained a booth for two days, at ICNA-MAS’ 2011 Annual convention held over the Memorial Day weekend, in Hartford, Connecticut.

Volunteers from the New Jersey, and Boston chapters manned the booth. The booth provided visitors with IAMC’s vision and projects in form of literature, and DVD’s. The IAMC booth received a steady stream of visitors. Volunteers greeted the visitors and explained the important role IAMC plays for the well being and prosperity of Muslims in India. In addition to visitors of Indian origin, visitors from other nationalities such as Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Egypt and of course from the USA, also stopped by at the booth.

“Encountered on the Saffron Agenda” by Subhradeep Chakraborty,DVDs were distributed to potential members. This documentary was also played on a TV in the booth, drawing intense interest from visitors.

To encourage people to sign-up for the IAMC mailing list, a raffle draw was held. An Amazon Kindle was awarded to the lucky winner Mr.Afzal Khan of New York..

We believe the booth was quite successful in generating awareness about IAMC’s various projects. Some visitors are expected to become active volunteers in the near future.



by IAMC Admin on April 25, 2008

Indian Muslim Council-USA
4th National Convention, Saturday May 31st, 2008, Chicago, IL

“The Idea of India: Challenges and Prospects”

12:30 PM Registration

1:30 PM to 2:30 PM Documentary Screenings
Excerpts of the following documentaries will be screened: “Who are the Dalits?”, “The Widow Colony”, “Encountered on Saffaron Agenda?” and “In The Name of God”

2:30 PM to 4:00 PM Panel Discussion:



April 25, 2008

3rd IMC convention was held in Detroit

The IMC-USA convention has become an annual tradition for scholars, activists and others concerned about the brutal siege of India’s pluralist and democratic ethos by the Hindutva ultra-nationalists. The annual convention is a platform for social activists and members of the Indian Diaspora to share ideas on issues of concern including political and economic corruption, the continuing persecution of Dalits and the marginalized lower castes in India.

Eminent personalities will be addressing the delegates during the day long sessions and the evening banquet. In addition, they will hold consultative meetings with participants on topics related to strengthening India’s secular democracy and promoting social justice and economic prosperity.

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April 25, 2008

2nd IMC convention was held in 2004 in Chicago.

India’s Muslims: Past, Present and Future will be the theme of IMC-USA’s second annual convention.

Meet interact and network with Indian and Muslim leaders, professionals, NGOs, business owner and families.

Learn and share ideas with NRI’s (non-resident Indians) of all religious backgrounds who are interested in safeguarding India’s pluralism and are working towards a pluralist, prosperous and peaceful India.

Indian Muslims are the second largest community in India and the second largest community amongst the Muslims worldwide (over 150 million and around 12-15%).

Active in American Muslim scene at all levels, Indian Muslims are poised to help themselves and their counterparts in India who are facing severe challenges and left to defend themselves on their own.

* Share a unique, rich and enhancing experience

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April 25, 2008

IMC-USA 1st National Convention 2003, Santa Clara, CA


The convention begins on Saturday, June 28th, 2003 at 10:00 AM with a press conference and lasts through Sunday, June 29th, 2003 until 12:00 PM. Sessions and Panel discussions will be held on June 28th at the California Ball Room in the Santa Clara Marriott with the highlight of the convention being the banquet dinner on Saturday, June 28th from 7:00 PM onwards.


The cost of registration is $30.00 per person for the entire day, which includes a banquet dinner. Babysitting will be provided. Early registration ends June 21 after which the cost may increase. Register early and save, please click here.

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Indian Muslim Council’s First National Convention a Huge Success

June 30, 2003

Santa Clara, CA, June 30th, 2003: The first annual convention of the Indian Muslim Council-USA held on June 28th 2003 in Santa Clara, CA, was a huge success. Speakers and delegates called this a first of its kind symposium on India and a landmark event. Over 25 speakers representing a diverse and impressive array of […]

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