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Indian Student Association

The Indian Students' Association, at Indiana State University, currently has around 150 members who hail from all parts of the Indian Subcontinent. One of the many aims of this association is to help new students from the Indian subcontinent to settle down comfortably in a new and alien environment.

Terre Haute (pronounced - Terra Hote) is located in the state of Indiana - one of the Midwestern states in the United States of America. Terre Haute is 73 miles west of Indianapolis, the state capital and about 200 miles south of Chicago. Terre Haute is accessible from all parts of the country by daily Greyhound bus services. Terre Haute is also called the "Cross roads of America". Terre Haute is also the birth place of the Labor movement in the United States of America.

The Indian Student's Association is one of the many active student associations in the ISU community The association has always keenly participated in the cultural events events in Terre Haute. Till date, ISA has swept the multicultural festival, thrice, in the past six years, where we were placed first in the Booth & Display Categories, and Dance & Entertainment Categories

The ISA Committee for the academic year 2011 - 2012.

Faculty Advisor : Dr. Bhaskar Rao Kopparty Email
President : Pavan Chaitanya Madhavapeddi Email
Vice president : Gopinath Reddy Kommareddy Email
General Secretary : Kranthi Kumar Mandumula Email
Treasures : Sudheer Jonnalagadda Email
Kartheeka Pothumarthi Email
Event Managers : Apurva Pal Maduranthaka Email
Divya Mohan Kumar Email
Manasa Chennamanei Email
Cultural : Anudeep Bommisetti Email
Food : Naren Gavva Email
Ram Annadi Email
Sujith Kumar Pasupuleti Email
Sports :
Committee Advisor : Sowmya Challa Email

India - The Largest Democratic Country

India (also known as Bharat or Hindustan) is a Land of Fascination and Prismatic beauty. A country as large as Europe, a home to one sixth of the human race, having the largest democracy in the world, speaking 850 different dialects and having a wealth of culture that spans the entire spectrum of civilization.

India has a strategic position in Asia. India lies to the north of the equator between 80 4' and 370 6' north latitude and 680 7' and 970 25' east longitude. It is bounded on the south west by the Arabian Sea and on the south east by the Bay of Bengal. On the north, north east and north west lie the Himalayan ranges. The southern tip, Kanyakumari is washed by the Indian Ocean.

India measures 3214 km (1972.43 miles) from north to south and 2933 km. (1799.98 miles) from east to west with a total land area of 3,287,263 sq. km. (1269146.5 sq. miles). It has a land frontier of 15,200 km. (9328.24 miles) and a coastline of 7516.5 km. (4612.88 miles). Andaman and Nicobar islands in the Bay of Bengal and Lakshadweep (island) in the Arabian Sea are parts of the territory of India. India shares its political borders with Pakistan on the west, and Bangladesh and Burma on the east. The northern boundary is made up of the Sinking province of China, Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan. India has 28 states and 7 union territories. The capital of India is New Delhi.

India was under the rule of British Government. On Feb. 20, 1947 when the British announced their intention to quit India, they asked Lord Mountbattern, then the Viceroy of (British) India, to arrange the transfer of power. On July 1, 1947, The British parliament passed, The Indian Independence Act, to divide India into two fully independent states - INDIA & Pakistan, and transfer their powers. On AUGUST 15, 1947, (INDEPENDANCE DAY OF INDIA ) the partition took place and the powers were transferred. Lord Mountbattern became the Governor General of India and Muhammed All Jinnah, the Governor General of Pakistan. On August 14, 1947, the Constituent Assembly met as the Sovereign Constituent Assembly for the Dominion of India under the Presidentship of Sachidananda Sinha. On the demise of Sinha, Dr. Rajendra Prasad became the President of the Assembly. A draft of The Constitution of India was published in February 1948, and it was adopted on 16th of November. It came into effect on 26th January 1950 (REPUBLIC DAY OF INDIA).

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Global Night 2010

Date    : November 13th 2010
Venue : South Vigo High School
Time   : 6:00 PM
Dinner : 7:30 PM onwards

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