The Indo-American Center has joined hands with respected think tanks and other organizations that stride towards meeting similar goals. In collaboration with these ideological and strategic partners, the center will aim to maintain diverse programs that analyze policy issues and recommend innovative policy fixes, support independent research to encourage and foster the coming generation of leaders, and provide timely updates on critical events that shape world politics.

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR)


CPPR is a direct affiliate of the IndoAmerican Center. As a think tank dedicated to extensive and in-depth research on current economic, social, and political issues, it studies public policies with a dedicated objective and an unbiased approach on governance, education, health, law, livelihood, strategy and security, and urban reforms. CPPR is a key associate in enabling affordable and impact-oriented research. Its innovative policy solutions and ideas that are in sync with global technological revolutions and entrepreneurship are key components are for its relationship with the IndoAmerican Center.

Centre for Civil Society (CCS)


Centre for Civil Society is libertarian think tank based in New Delhi, India. CCS advances social change through public policy. Their strides in education, livelihood, and policy-training promote choice and accountability across private and public sectors. By regularly engaging with policy experts and leaders through research, pilot projects, and advocacy, CCS is leading the movement towards a free society, where political, social, and economic freedom reign. CCS has also been recognized as one of the top think tanks in the world by University of Pennsylvania.

The Imagindia Institute


The Imagindia Institute is a non-partisan, independent think tank promoting the image and imagination of India. The institute conducts research, designs strategy, and implements projects in achieving its mission. Imagindia helps foreign governments, corporate and political leaders, and the public to better comprehend and engage with India. It is also instrumental in assisting the Indian government and leadership, which shapes the domestic decision-making background.

International Institute for Scientific and Academic Collaboration (IISAC)


IISAC is non-profit organization, founded in 1998, that aims to promote interaction among scientists, engineers, professors, and students in developed and developing countries. By organizing study abroad programs, IISAC targets instilling the spirit of success and internationalism in young minds.

United States India Political Action Committee (USINPAC)


USINPAC prides in being the voice for over 3.2 million Indian-Americans in the United States. Actively working for the community, USINPAC supports candidates for local, state and federal offices and encourages political participation from the Indian-American community. USINPAC boasts a successful track record of educating lawmakers on a variety of issues, working towards improving living conditions for the community since over a decade.

The American Bazaar


The American Bazaar is the premier news outlet for all things Indian-American. It covers business, finance, technology, politics, immigration, entertainment, and fashion.