A program to work with other Indian organizations and Muslim organizations in North America to improve harmony between Indian Muslims and others.
Co-sponsor the Independence Day and the Republic Day of India in collaboration with the India Cultural Coordination Committee (ICCC), and the National Association of Indian American Associations (NAIAA).
Participate in the observances of Diwali, Baisakhi, Christmas, Hanukkah at the Indian Embassy in Washington DC.
Co-sponsored with other Indian community groups and several communal harmony meetings addressed by Indian activists like Admiral Ramdas and Teesta Setalvad.
Co-sponsored a "No War, Peace Vigil" with other Indian and Pakistani organizations at the Indian and Pakistani Embassies, at a time when war between the two countries appeared imminent.
Co-sponsored a Symposium on South Asia at the Capitol Hill, Washington DC, to discuss the issue of terrorism in South Asian countries.
Co-sponsored with other Associations, a seminar on India's Nuclear Weapons Program, addressed by Indian peace activists Praful Bidwai and Achin Vinaik.
Organized a lecture and public meeting for Prof Mushirul Hassan, Prof Mohammad Ayub.
Celebrated Eid-ul-Fitar in an interfaith format. Representatives of various major religions described the basic tenets of their religions.
Co-sponsored a conference of Indian communal harmony activists in collaboration with India Development Service in Chicago.
Cosponsored with the Indian Journalists Forum, a seminar on Secularism, in Calcutta.
First convention of Indian Muslim expatriates in North America in Washington DC. Convention attended by about 400 Indian Muslims from various cities; the Indian ambassador to U.S. (Dr Abid Hussain); some Muslim leaders from India (Dr Asghar Ali Engineer, Mrs Sultana Ansari).