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Indians In West Indian National Football

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir  Indians in India and the Indian Diaspora love cricket. However, it seems that football - also called soccer - is not...

The Impact Of Chinese, Hispanic & Haitian Migrants On Trinidad, Guyana And Suriname

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir In recent years, there has been both legal and illegal mass movement of people from China, Venezuela, and Haiti within and...

Indian Diaspora Studies in universities in India

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) who live in the Caribbean, and in the Caribbean diaspora, are descendants of indentured, immigrant laborers....

Indian Temples and Jhandis in the Caribbean: Interview with HC of India to Trinidad and Tobago

Soft-spoken Orissa-born diplomat Arun Kumar Sahu is a poet at heart. His collection of poems “Iguana and Other Poems”  was recently published. Sahu is...

Frenchman Trip Across Atlantic in Barrel Coming to an End

A Frenchman who has spent 113 days floating across the Atlantic in a custom-made barrel says he is in high spirits as he approaches...

Is Chutney out of place in Carnival?

Chutney soca music is a crossover style of music incorporating Soca elements The satire on Prime Minister Rowley’s mother has been arguably the...

Press Release: Indian Arrival Day commemorative magazine 2017- Historical novels on indentureship in the Caribbean

May 22, 2017:  Theme: Historical novels on indentureship in the Caribbean Indo-Caribbean Cultural Centre (ICC) is proud to announce the publication of its latest magazine commemorating...

PM Keith Mitchell opens Indian Diaspora Conference in Grenada

Grenada, April 30, 2017: This year, in April end, Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell will formally open the International Conference on The Indian Diaspora in...

‘Calcutta To The Caribbean- An Indian Journey’: A Film on heart-rendering Experience of Indian Indenture in Trinidad

Directed by Gideon Hanoomansingh, "Calcutta To The Caribbean- An Indian Journey" is a documentary film tells the history of Indians who went to the...

­Indian Caribbean Museum at Trinidad and Tobago needs State’s Help

Last Wednesday, a lecture was given by the Anthropologist Dr Kumar Mahabir at the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce in Westmoorings where he...

Dougla (Dogla): The mixed Ancestry

by Shubhi Mangla Introduction Douglas (Doglas) are basically the people of mixed ancestry of Indians and Africans. In the secondary sense, Douglas, carries the meaning of...

India tops Asia in sending scientists and engineers to US: Report

Washington: Among Asian countries, India continues to be the top country of birth for scientists and engineers who have made the US their destination...

Hindus in Trinidad bid adieu to Lord Ganesh

Port-of-Spain: To mark the conclusion of the 10-day-long festival honoring Lord Ganesh, thousands of Hindus in Trinidad and Tobago converged at beaches and along...

Trinidad conference: ‘Indian diaspora must move beyond culture and heritage’

By NewsGram Staff Writer The Indian High Commission organized a four day international conference to celebrate the 170th anniversary of the arrival of East Indians...

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