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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....

Uhuru Kenyatta in Barbados, Holds Talks with Prime Minister Mia Mottley

BY GEOFFREY ISAYA President Uhuru Kenyatta is in the eastern Caribbean island nation of Barbados for a three-day State visit. Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma...

Outsourcing Lectures of Hindu Holy Text Bhagavad Gita on Indian Diaspora in Jamaica (NYC)

New Delhi, May 6, 2017: The Bhagavad-gita is a discussion between Arjuna, a powerfully talented warrior going into a fight, and Krishna, his charioteer....

Nine-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt announces plans to open Sports Clinic in Jamaica

Nine-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt has announced plans to open a sports clinic in Jamaica Bolt, the world's fastest man so...

The Indian Diaspora in Jamaica

By Pashchiema     History of Indian Diaspora in Jamaica Jamaica is an island nation in the West Indies. The Indian connection with Jamaica...

Dreadlocks Story: Uncovering the hidden connection of Hindu Sadhus and Jamaican Rastas

By Shubhi Mangla "Dreadlocks Story" is an 83-minute documentary which conveys the spiritual connection between Indian Sadhus and Jamaican Rastas. The Film was screened in...

Indian influence on Jamaica and Rastafarianism

By Shubhi Mangla The popular music form, Reggae has been acknowledged by a large number of people around the world. This form of music has...

Story of a Jamaican Yogi who knows Sanskrit and teaches in China

His name is Sasi, a Yogi, well versed in Sanskrit and he was born in Jamaica (a West Indian country with the influence of...

Booker prize awardee Marlon James asks writers to stay away from activism

Jaipur: Jamaican, Marlon James who won the 2015 Booker Prize said, writers should stay away from activism as it increases the risk of didacticism. "I think...

Head of Security Council reform process replaced ahead of renewed negotiations

United Nations: As the General Assembly prepares for intensified talks on Security Council reforms next month, the Jamaican diplomat who brokered a major breakthrough in...

Dreadlocks: Finding a connection between Rastas and Sadhus

By Archana Rao What comes to your mind when one says 'Dreadlocks?' Bob Marley, Sadhus, marijuana, or chillum are the things that strike the mind...

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Kamal Hasan's political party in Tamil Nadu promised salaries to housewives as part of its electoral campaign. And the idea was welcomed by Congress...