Indian Embassy in US launches its new website
Washington: The Indian Embassy in the US has launched its new website, which contains latest information, frequent update and new netizen-friendly features that would help people to get quick acquaintances with the happening about India, but also Indo-US relationship.
The new website - www.indianembassy.org - was quietly launched over the weekend; that among other things have added newsletter subscription feature, a useful tool for those
Americans and Indian-Americans interested in India and Indo-US relationship.
It also has links to YouTube - having links to India and Indo-US related videos - and Wikipedia; but still misses the popular social networking sites like Facebook and micro
blogging service, which in the past few years have emerged as a popular outreach tools for the foreign embassies in the United States.
The new website also has a better search facility, more pictures and a user friendly events calendar, about the frequent events organized by the Indian Embassy here.
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