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Om Birla interacts with Indian diaspora in Paris, hails their contribution in India’s growth journey – Devdiscourse

| September 6, 2022

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Sunday interacted with the Indian diaspora in Paris and welcomed their significant contribution to India's growth journey. Addressing the members of the Indian diaspora there, Speaker Birla wrote, "Happy to see that they are connected to the civilisational ethos of India and at the same time, contributing to the progress and prosperity of France

Nagar: For most of the Indian diaspora in Calgary, Churchill is not worthy of a statue – Calgary Herald

| September 6, 2022

Breadcrumb Trail Links Publishing date: The Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary, in partnership with the Alberta government, is going to unveil a statue of the former British prime minister in downtown Calgary. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Premier Jason Kenney remembered Churchill as the greatest defender of democracy in the 20th century and in his view, the centurys single greatest leader.

Indian envoy asks diaspora youth to connect to their roots,… – The American Bazaar

| July 31, 2022

Suggests that gurdawaras in US could help new immigrants with basic consular services By Surekha Vijh Indian Ambassador Taranjit Singh Sandhu has advised Indian diaspora youth in the United States to connect with their roots and culture by visiting historic sites as also learn about Indian success stories in sectors like IT. Sandhu made the suggestion during a meeting on July 22 with members of the World United Guru Nanak Foundation (WUGNF) USA, who had met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on the occasion of Sadbhavna Diwas and celebration of Guru Teg Bahadurs 400th birth centenary

Nigerians in diaspora will soon be able to vote, says Orji Kalu – Guardian Nigeria

| July 31, 2022

Senate Chief Whip, Orji Kalu, says Nigerians in the diaspora will soon be able to vote from their countries of residence. Kalu spoke on Thursday night in Maryland when he met Nigerians living in the United States of America. According to a statement issued by Orji Kalu Media Group, Kalu said the next National Assembly would fashion a way to actualise diaspora voting to accommodate millions of Nigerians living outside the country

What my family’s photographs and their fashions revealed to me about the Caribbean-Canadian diaspora – CBC.ca

| July 31, 2022

Francis Family at Caribana, Toronto, 1969.

Mayor of Island of Maio in Cabo Verde visits New Bedford – SouthCoastToday.com

| July 31, 2022

Cabo Verde mayor salutes fallen Cape Verdean American veterans Mayor Miguel Rosa of Maio, Cabo Verde, pays respects to fallen Cape Verdean American veterans while visiting New Bedford on Thursday, July 28.

Clever ways Kenyans in the diaspora are investing back home – The Standard

| July 31, 2022

You have probably come across stories of Kenyans in diaspora (or summer bunnies as you like to call them) sending money to friends or family to invest, only to jet back home to zero investment, millions of excuses and a very plump cousin. Well, I have heard quite a number of those and to say I now have serious trust issues would be a massive understatement

Turning Passion into Reality – St. Lucia News From The Voice – The Voice St. Lucia

| July 31, 2022

Meet Saint Lucian author Mandy Preville-Findlay: an educator, development facilitator and community collaborator who lives in London. Co-founder of the community group, BEYOND IYANOLA, which she developed with her husband Marlon Findlay, she believes in collaborating for development.

Saving women from the men they leave – The Statesman

| July 31, 2022

She was from a small city in a southern state. Sania Khan, a Pakistani-American woman killed in a murder-suicide by her ex-husband Raheel Ahmad, had just moved to Chicago last year.

Dance, diversity and diaspora – The New Indian Express

| July 23, 2022

Express News Service HYDERABAD: Sanskruti-Veekshanam, a unique cultural show, marking Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav was hosted at the Nehru Centre, the Cultural Wing of the High Commission of India, London, UK. The event organised by Hyderabad-born Ragasudha Vinjamuris Sanskruti Centre for Cultural Excellence got a lot of accolades from Chief Ministers of Meghalaya, Manipur and Goa, and the Minister for Tribal Affairs, Government of India. Elaborating how it all began, Ragasudha, the Bharatanatyam danseuse, says, Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav initiative was declared right in the middle of the pandemic and for the UK that was the second wave tattering the communities.


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