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New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee lauded India’s high-performance execution of strategies in the sector of foreign policy.

He addressed this to the joint sitting of both the houses of parliament while inaugurating the budget session. He covered all the points, from India’s action in countering cross-border terrorists to the successful rescue operation of more than 4,000 people in Yemen.

He also came to the topic of how India maintained a peaceful relation with Bangladesh, while the signing of the historic land boundary agreement, over the disputed areas. The president indicated that India has been active in establishing a holistic approach in the arenas of economics, technology, manpower as well as giving special concentration to diplomatic efforts.

Mukherjee invited everyone to remember how India has played a crucial role of being an aid to Nepal during the earthquakes. He mentioned about Modi’s contribution in constructing Afghanistan’s new parliamentary building. “My government believes in a secure and prosperous future for our neighborhood. India remains committed to providing support to the people of Afghanistan in realizing their dream of building a stable, inclusive and democratic nation”, he said.

He also praised Modi’s active role, in realizing the importance of Climate change by launching an International Solar Alliance (ISA).

Lastly, President gave a talk on how India has been functional in strengthening the UN Security Council and the highly impressive leadership of the country while collaborating with councils like WTO, G-20, East Asia Summit etc.

Obviously he neither did left out India’s decision to hold the India-Africa Summit or India’s second International Fleet Review or else for that part, government’s policy towards the Indian Diaspora which has enhanced NRI and PIO engagement by making it easier for them to get passports and the opportunity to acquire visa on arrival by extending Electronic Travel Authorization.

Therefore, looking at all these points;  that testifies India’s friendly relation with her neighbors, one cannot deny what the President declared. And that is India is a country which believes in the notion of “The World is one family”.(inputs from agencies)

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Indian Diaspora Celebrates India’s Independence Day in Poland

India as a soft-power has emerged in a big way in the length and breadth of Poland.

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Indian community celebrates Independence Day in Poland. Flickr
Indian community celebrates Independence Day in Poland. Flickr

The Indian community-based in the Polish capital celebrated the 72nd Independence Day on Wednesday with great patriotic fervour.

Hundreds of Indians along with their Polish friends assembled in the Indian Embassy early morning and were greeted by newly-appointed Indian Ambassador Tsewang Namgyal.

Namgyal unfurled the tricolour and joined the people there when the national anthem was played at the venue. He then read a message by President Ram Nath Kovind delivered on the eve of Independence Day.

Addressing the Indian community in Poland, Namgyal said: “You are an important bridge between the two important nations. Your hard work and your commitment speaks (for) itself.”

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Indian restaurant. Pixabay

Kirti Gahlwat, a yoga teacher sponsored by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), displayed her talent and mesmerized the audience with her remarkable asanas.

She was followed by Kathak dancer Jigna Dixit, who was also sponsored by the ICCR to promote the dance form in Poland. Dixit was joined by several Polish students.

In the afternoon, the Indian community in Warsaw organised an event displaying Indian cuisine, spices and handicraft items. At the same time, Polish girls performed on Bollywood songs and also showcased Bharat Natyam and Kathak dance forms.

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“India as a soft-power has emerged in a big way in the length and breadth of Poland. There are more than 100 Indian restaurants in Warsaw alone. One can find an Indian restaurant practically on every important street in Warsaw,” said J.J. Singh, President of the Indo-Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

“There are more than 300 yoga centres and there are five Polish groups which organise Indian music and dance programmes regularly,” he added. (IANS)