NATS bestows community service award to India Network Foundation for its generosity and sponsor of visitor health insurance to Indian visitors.
India Network Foundation, a non-profit organization in the United States pioneered in delivering valuable community services to the Asian Indian community in the United States and with several developmental projects in India for more than two decades. The India News Network Digest of 1990s has served hundreds and thousands of subscribers around the world with latest news items from India, the only such source at that time. The Immigration Law Forum Digest, edited and contributed by Sheela Murthy helped thousands of families with complex questions in immigration. Even today, attorney Sheela Murthy continue to provide services to the Indian community with her informative articles. India Network Foundation continue to support several community programs such as travel grants to researchers from India, visitors health insurance for all ages of visitors traveling to the United States, and contributing to other social and cultural organizations.
In recognition of India Network Foundation services to the community and its generosity in sponsored various community projects, the North American Telugu Society (NATS) recognized Dr. KV Rao during their recent meeting held in Orlando, Florida. On behalf of NATS, Telugu Association of Greater Orlando (TAGO) president, Mr. Rajesh Kesineni presented the plaque to Dr. Rao and requested him to award the trophies to winning volleyball team of the evening.
Dr. KV Rao congratulated Dare Devils Orlando team for their excellent performance and capturing the top position in a stiff completion. Dr. Rao thanking the NATS representative, Sai Prbhakar Yerraprgada for recognizing India Network Foundation and its services to the Indian community in the United States. Dr. Rao speaking on the occasion said that the visitor health insurance program is helping thousands of families by providing valuable insurance cover that is not available. India Network Visitor health insurance plan is the only one that cover major pre-existing conditions, accidents, new medical conditions and medical evacuations for 0-99 year old visitors. He urged community members to take advantage of the plan by activate participation in its programs both in India and in the United States.