Clark Hill PLC, Michigan Indo-American Democratic Caucus and the Asian Indian Women’s Association Host Indian Consulate General Mukta Datta Tomar and Congressman Hansen Clarke March 25
– Clark Hill PLC has partnered with the Michigan Indo-American Democratic Caucus and the Asian Indian Women’s Association to host Indian Consulate General Mukta Datta Tomar and United States Congressman Hansen Clarke on Friday, March 25 at Ashoka Indian Cuisine in Canton
“This is a great opportunity for our community to come together, meet Mrs. Mukta Datta Tomar and Congressman Clarke in a social setting and have the opportunity to engage in meaningful dialogue,” Clark Hill India Initiative Leader Mahesh Nayak said. “Anyone with government, business and legal interests will find this event useful. We are grateful to the Michigan Indo-American Democratic Caucus and the Asian Indian Women’s Association for putting this together.”
This is an invitation only event.
Media interested in attending the event may do so free of charge by emailing Zak Walsh at
Mrs. Mukta Datta Tomar, Indian Consulate General, Chicago
United States Congressman Hansen Clarke
Friday, March 25, 2011
Ashoka Indian Cuisine
2100 N. Haggerty Road; Canton, Michigan 48187.
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