South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research

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South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research (SACRIR) is a think tank fashioned forum dedicated to studies and researches on South Asian nations and matters pertaining to people, culture, society, history and politics. It was founded in Northwest Arkansas in Jan 2011 and later joined by young professionals and scholars from the U.S and India.

SACRIR is gradually gaining popularity as a South Asian thinkers' forum in the U.S, and has been published on various dailies and journals like the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Global Politician etc. In a recent (September 2011) interview on a local television channel of NW Arkansas, its founding member Ajoy Chatterjee defined SACRIR as 'a non-profit forum of like minded people who believe South Asia is one, not necessarily in political terms'.

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  1. ^ SACRIR, "Interview on Fayetteville Public TV", "[1]"
  2. ^ SACRIR, "SACRIR on GroundReport", "[2]"

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