With the world’s largest counter-corona vaccination drive set to start in India next week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi underlined that India is “ready to save humanity with two ‘Made in …Read More
The Indian government has called for greater engagement of the Indian diaspora in promoting the vision of “Atmanirbhar Bharat’ and various projects of nation building.“Aatmanirbhar Bharat helps create new avenues for …Read More
The Indian government is set to leverage the 25-million strong Indian diaspora for promoting a self-reliant India and boosting post-pandemic economic recovery. Earlier this week, Minister of State for External …Read More
Two senior Indian-origin officials will be part of the high-profile delegation accompanying President Donald Trump to India during his two-day visit starting February 24. Ajit Pai, chairman of the powerful …Read More
In a high moment for the Indian diaspora in the UK, Indian-origin Rishi Sunak has been appointed Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer and head of Her Majesty’s Treasury. Mr Sunak’s …Read More
Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the ‘Global Goalkeeper’ Award by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, on 24 September 2019. The award ceremony took place on the …Read More
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed over fifty thousand people at the ‘Howdy Modi’ event at NRG stadium in Houston, Texas. Prime Minister was joined by the President of United …Read More
Hailing the 31.2-million strong Indian diaspora spread around the world as the indispensable component in India’s growth story, the prime minister and president of India have exhorted the overseas Indian community to spur India’s development and economic renaissance.
“We are also at the cusp of New India – an India that will achieve certain milestones for our people by 2022, when we celebrate the 75th year of our Independence,” President Ram Nath Kovind said at the People of India Origin (PIO) Parliamentarian Conference in New Delhi on January 10. The conference was organised by Antar Rashtriya Sahayog Parishad in association with the PIO Chamber of Commerce and Industry and India’s Ministry of External Affairs.
India’s President Ramnath Kovind, who is on his first state visit abroad to the strategically significant countries of Ethiopia and Djibouti, has said that choosing Africa for his first visit …Read More
At a time when the world is grappling with voices of polarization and Islamophobia, and when the ultranationalist rhetoric of several world leaders has done little to mitigate the situation, the rise of the Canadian Sikh man Jagmeet Singh on a slogan of ‘love and courage’ and a vision for an inclusive society has generated much curiosity and interest the world over. In just a span of a few years, the 38-year-old suave former lawyer has taken the Canadian political scene by storm, emerging as a strong rival to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
With his election as the leader of the left-leaning New Democratic Party on October 1, securing a clear victory with nearly 54 per cent votes, racing way ahead of more experienced contenders, Mr. Singh has become the first non-white to be elected for the top job of a prominent Canadian political party. This makes his rise all the more important. A visibly jubilant Mr. Singh officially launched his campaign to contest the federal election next year. “The run for prime minister begins now,” he tweeted.Read More