Sunday, June 7, 2020
Tags #Indiandiaspora

Tag: #Indiandiaspora

FIFA World Cup 2018: Indian Cuisine becomes the most sought after in Moscow

June 17, 2018: Restaurateurs Prodyut and Sumana Mukherjee have not only brought Indian cuisine to the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2018 here but also plan to dish out...

How advertisements in India are defying gender cliche

Feb 27, 2017: The most important part of advertisements is the story line and it gives a spur on the social media when the lessons...

Indian Diaspora Conference to be inaugurated by Prime Minister of Grenada

Indian Diaspora conference to be held in Grenada from April 29 to May 1. Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr Keith Mitchell will formally open the...

Indo-Caribbean history: An analysis of the lost Indians in St. Kitts

By Megha Sharma This video, published on August 18 in 2015, is an extensive study of the eminent anthropologist and assistant professor at the university...

Nextt CEO Arun Agarwal first Indian- American on Texas’ small business board

Washington: Texas Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Arun Agarwal, CEO of Nextt, the Dallas-based leader in the US home textile industry, to the Product Development...

Deepening cultural ties: Yoga College in China attracts thousands

Beijing: It's truly said that Yoga knows no bounds. One such evidence is the China-India Yoga College which has drawn thousands since it opened...

Businessman of Indian-Origin honoured in Ghana

Accra, Ghana: Ghana’s premier higher institution, the University of Ghana has awarded an Indian-origin businessman Ramchand Mohinani with an honorary doctorate degree at a special...

Indian-origin scientists find South Asians sharing ancestry with a mysterious population

New York: Indian-origin scientists among others have found that many bloodlines around the world, particularly of South Asian descent, may actually be a bit...

Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj holds meet for Indian diaspora

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today led a panel discussion on delivering consular services to Indian diaspora as part of the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD). "Brainstorming...

Editing out India and Hinduism: California ‘Textbook’ movement spreading Indophobia?

New York: Led by hundreds of high school students, teachers, parents of Indian kids in American schools and “outraged” grandpas and grandmas, more than...

Celebrating India globally: MIT India Conference to build on ‘Startup India’ initiative

Washington: Celebrating India's achievements, the MIT India Conference will focus on how to create a thriving startup ecosystem in India to put Prime Minister...

Mauritius and India to Foster Collaboration in Health Sector

The Health Ministers of India and Mauritius have agreed to the setting-up of a joint working group with a view to foster collaboration in...

India may capture a third of medical value travel market

India may capture a third of medical value travel market Bishkek (AKIpress) - India is gradually becoming a destination of choice for medical value...

Delhi Acers owner Sanjay Govil desires to have cricket in US

Washington: Mixing business with pleasure, Sanjay Govil bought an Indian badminton team, The Delhi Acers, which ended up being crowned the champion of India's...

Earning less than 35,000 pounds? New UK ‘visa’ law may get you out of the country

New Delhi: The British Government has decreed that the people who are working on a Tier-2 visa and have an annual income of fewer than...

13th EU-India Summit: Focusing on strategic partnership

Brussels, EU: The 13th EU-India Summit, a one-day event, is happening again. A news in itself, as opined by a senior Brussels-based diplomat. It is well-known...

Indian art gaining worldwide recognition

By Zofeen Maqsood New Delhi: For some time now, Indian art and its unique cultural identity had been garnering interest in the avant-garde world circles...

Erasing Borders: Art of Indo-Americans

By Ralph J. Bellantoni The Indo-American population in the U.S. has surged in the past 25 years, with New Jersey one of the prime beneficiaries...

Indian-origin researcher working to beat ‘superbugs’

Researchers, including one of the Indian-origin, have developed novel peptide-like analogs or peptoids that have the similar antimicrobial properties as peptides but more robust. The discovery...

Indian Ethnic Fashion and its appeal in the West

By Zofeen Maqsood Mumbai: Men’s fashion is undergoing a gentle game-changing transformation on the Indian subcontinent. Elements of traditional Indian wear, reserved as “garnish dressing”...

Most Read

How Cruel Can Humans be Towards Animals?

By Muskan Bhatnagar The world is said to be home to 8.7 million animal species including 6.5 million species on land and 2.2 million in...

Which Gemstones to Wear According to Your Rashi?

Gemstones which are also known as a Ratnas, are believed to possess powers that may influence one’s life. They can be worn as a...

Hindu Teachings link Environmental Conservation to Spirituality

Ether, air, fire, water, earth, planets, all creatures, directions, trees and plants, rivers, and seas, they all are organs of God’s body. Remembering this,...

Childhood Trauma May Affect Motherhood Timing: Study

Women who have experienced childhood trauma become mothers earlier than those with a more stable childhood environment, according to a new study. The findings, published...