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HAF Webinar: Implications and Strategic Responses to H.Res. 1196

July 27 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

HAF Webinar
Implications and Strategic Responses to H.Res. 1196

Date: Wednesday, July 27| Time: 8:00 - 9:00pm ET | Online, anywhere

The Hindu American Foundation (HAF) invites you to join us for a conversation with Tiger Hill Partners, a leading government relations firm on Capitol Hill, on H.Res. 1196 and its implications for Hindu-Americans and US – India relations.

Last month, Rep. Omar introduced H.Res. 1196 condemning “human rights violations and violations of international religious freedom in India, including those targeting Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Dalits, Adivasis, and other religious and cultural minorities.” During this webinar, Samir Kalra, HAF’s Managing Director, and Milan Dalal, Founder and Managing Partner of Tiger Partners, will discuss strategic approaches towards these types of resolutions and the differences between resolutions and bills.

Tiger Hill Partners represents HAF on Capitol Hill

Featured Speakers

Samir Kalra

Samir Kalra, Esq., HAF Managing Director, based in the Bay Area, CA, holds a JD from Santa Clara University School of Law. Mr. Kalra leads the Foundation’s human rights and public policy advocacy efforts and has led human rights fact finding missions, served as a panelist at multiple Congressional briefings, and authored formal testimony for Congressional Hearings on human rights, foreign policy, hate crimes, and immigration. He has also led HAF’s textbook reform and Don’t Erase India education campaigns in California, and has testified at California State Assembly and Senate Committee Hearings on Education and Hate Crimes. He previously served on Rep. Eric Swalwell’s (D-CA) Immigration Advisory Committee.

Milan Dalal

Milan Dalal is Founder and Managing Partner of Tiger Hill Partners LLC, a Washington, DC-based consulting firm focused on government relations and public affairs.  He specializes in advising clients on complex legislative, regulatory, and political issues.

Milan enjoys teaching and has presented on “Strategies for the Economic Reconstruction of Iraq” at the U.S. Naval Academy.  He has been a guest lecturer at Boston University School of Law, New York University and American University.  Milan is a member of the Atlantic Council, is a Truman National Security Partner, and serves as a President-elect of the Democratic Business Council of Northern Virginia.


July 27
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Online, Anywhere