India Network Visitor Health Insurance celebrates 25 years of service to visitors to the United States, Canada, and Mexico

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India Network Foundation started offering visitor health insurance coverage to students, visitors, and others in early 1990 and its commitment to provide excellent health insurance c benefits to all ages of international visitors to the United States continues even today.

India Network News Digest (INDIA-L) used to serve more than 150,000 subscribers from around the world in 1990s.

India Network completes twenty five years of its services to the Asian Indian community in the United States and international visitors to the United States in 2015. India Network started publishing a news letter called India Network News Digest (INDIA-L) to cover news from India and distributed through listserv software donated by L-Soft International. Bowling Green State University Foundation help establish India Network Research Project early on to work on Asian Indian population in the United States. The research at the time found that there were no reliable source of news from India on the web or on social networks such as soc.culture.indian, now a Google forum. Several volunteers around the United States help India Network distribute its flagship publication, India Network News Digest to more than 150,000 subscribers around the world. Several universities such BGSU, Temple University Listserv, University of Texas at Arlington, and North Dakota State University assisted India Network to deliver the news letters.

India Network continue to expand its news and views publications with several listserv lists such as a specialized discussion list, popularly known as INDIA-D, a matrimonial news letter, known as LOOKING, and an Immigration Law Forum, IMMNET, edited and contributed by Sheela Murthy, an immigration attorney in Maryland. The listserv lists at that time were the only source for Asian Indian community around the world to eager to get news from India. Archives of those news letter can still be found at India Network publications web site.

India Network Foundation started working as a separate non-profit organization from 1995 to serve the Asian Indian community in the United States and to help victims of various natural disasters such as Andhra Pradesh Cyclones, Gujarat Earthquake, Kargil War widows, among many other projects spread all over India. Today, India Network Health Insurance serve the needs of United States bound visiting parents and grand parents of all ages underwritten by a United States based ACE American Insurance Company.

Dr. KV Rao, Founder of India Network said that "India Network Foundation is driven to provide high quality and value products and services to the Asian Indian community members at large. India Network is also the only Asian India community organization in the United States that offer valuable health insurance coverage for elderly parents of all ages and Travel grants to researchers from India to showcase their research at International Conferences".

India Network Health Insurance, a most popular community project attracts thousands of participants every year since its inception without any advertising or google pay clicks. High quality coverage provided to elderly parents in their 70s is unique in the country. India Network is pleased to announce continuation of the program in 2015, its 25th year of offering!

About India Network Foundation
India Network Foundation, established as a US non-profit organization, has been helping the Asian Indian community in North America with programs and travel grants to academics from India for more than two decades. India Network Foundation sponsors visitor health insurance to tourists, students, temporary workers (H1 visa holders) and their families. All insurance products are administered by India Network Services in the United States.
For more information, visit http://www.indianetwork.org.

About India Network Visitor Health Insurance

India Network Services administers visitor health insurance Market Place to help visiting parents, transient residents, tourists, students, temporary workers and their families. Cashless Visitor health insurance plans are offered for all age groups with network based comprehensive coverage and with pre-existing condition coverage.

For more information, visit http://www.kvrao.org or reach our operators at 408-850-2154.

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