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Feb 24th

2014

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Under the Spell of Yoga

Under the Spell of Yoga William Dalrymple Yoga: The Art of Transformation an exhibition at the Freer and Sackler Galleries, Washington, D.C., October 19, 2013–January 26, 2014; the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, February 22–May 18, 2014; and the Cleveland Museum of Art, June 22–September 7, 2014 Catalog of the exhibition edited by Debra Diamond […]

Feb 24th

2014

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CategoryPosted in Current events
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Indian Council For Cultural Relations

SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES OF THE INDIAN COUNCIL (ICCR) FOR CULTURAL RELATIONS deadline 28 FEB One of the major activities of the ICCR is its scholarship programme. It annually offers about 3365 scholarships under 24 scholarship schemes. Of these,  a 1000 are exclusively for the students of Afghanistan and 900 for students from African countries. There are […]

Feb 20th

2014

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FIA~ India 66th Republic Day Celebrations Dance Pe Chance 2014 in association with TV Asia

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Name: Ankur Vaidya Title: President  Phone: (848)-248-0707 Email address: ankurvaidya@fianynjct.org Name: Daxa Amin Title: Republic Day Chair Phone:(908)-906-5058 Email address:daxaamin@yahoo.com FIA~ India 66th Republic Day Celebrations Dance Pe Chance 2014 in association with TV Asia FIA Celebrates India’s Republic Day Celebration with “Dance Pe Chance 2014″   The Federation of Indian Associations […]

Feb 18th

2014

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The India-US Relationship post Devyani Khobragade

Although the bulk of the Devyani Khobragade drama is now behind us, how has the incident changed relations between the US and India?  Recently appointed Indian Ambassador to the US, Dr. S. Jaishankar addresses this topic in an interview conducted with Reuters. http://www.reuters.com/video/2014/01/21/ambassador-india-us-working-out-rift-ove?videoId=276517716

Feb 7th

2014

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Congratulations to Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s new CEO

Congratulations to Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s new CEO In what is arguably among the most significant achievements for an Indian in business, Satya Nadella has been named CEO of Microsoft. Hailing from Hyderabad and educated at Manipal University, Mr. Nadella now sits at the helm of one of the largest and most influential tech companies in […]

Feb 4th

2014

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India’s Progress Prone Preamble

India’s Progress Prone Preamble (First published in Forward Press, India’s first fully English-Hindi magazine, February 2013) The Summary of the Constitution The Preamble of the Indian Constitution is the single most signficiant sentence for understanding the path for India’s development. It serves as a summary of the entire Constitution and the very goal for which […]

Jan 30th

2014

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A one point action plan for solving partially the issues of corruption and black money

Author: Krishan Khanna is an industrialist from Mumbai and a leading voice in the education conversation in India, having served on numerous national committees and task forces.   We need to consider a practical solution as a step of an “Agenda for Change” which will have a very useful and positive impact on the Indian […]

Jan 27th

2014

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Changing lives through technology

Two leading Indian executives—Unique Identification Authority of India chairman Nandan Nilekani and Biocon chairman Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw—explain how technology is transforming the country. http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/asia-pacific/changing_lives_through_technology

Jan 22nd

2014

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AAP and the changing face of Indian politics

“Sanjiv Khanna, is an Electrical Engineer, with MBA from University of St. Gallen (Switzerland). He works for a large Multinational Company, and is based in Switzerland. He is an avid watcher of the Indian politics and also takes keen interest in geopolitics of South Asia, specifically India’s relations with its neighbours in general and Pakistan […]

Jan 21st

2014

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Sardar Patel Award 2013 (Call for Submissions)

Sardar Patel Award 2013 Call for Submissions The UCLA Center for India and South Asia, and the Department of History, UCLA announce the Sardar Patel Award for the best dissertation submitted at any American university on the subject of modern India in 2013. The amount of the award is $10,000. 1.      The dissertation must be on […]

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