Saturday, October 30, 2010

165 Asian Americans in key posts in Maryland public boards and commissions

This is from an article in The Hindu ( a great Indian National newspaper headquartered in the South of India) titled Maryland fostering India links through trade, immigration'. Nice mention of Kumar Barve whom I have met online many times but only once offline at a parade.

I love living in Maryland and it has a very hospitable population

Amplify’d from www.thehindu.com

Mr. O'Malley said that similar to the country's founding fathers he subscribed to the concept of e pluribus unum, or “out of many, one.” Given Maryland's record for predominantly voting in Democrats, it would appear the people of this state agree.

Regarding the Indian-American community, the Governor pointed out that the Democratic Majority Leader in the Maryland Legislature was Indian-American Kumar Barve, and that his administration had overseen the appointment of over 165 Asian Americans to various key posts in Maryland public boards and commissions. These included Indian-Americans appointed to head the portfolios of human services and economic development, Mr. O'Malley said.

Although Maryland, unlike many other U.S. states, has weathered the convulsions of the recession with fewer job losses, job creation nevertheless is at the very apex of Mr. O'Malley's agenda and he recognises that it has both a domestic and an international dimension.

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