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The Ark of Return: UN unveils memorial for slave trade victims, India main donor to monument
First Post.com

The Ark of Return: UN unveils memorial for slave trade victims...

India paid tributes to the human rights defenders who fought to abolish slave trade and indentured labour at the unveiling at the UN headquarters. The post The Ark of Return: UN unveils memorial for slave trade victims, India main donor to monument appeared ... First Post.com, 1 month ago
Samaylive

PM Modi Pays Homage to Indian Immigrants at 'Aapravasi Ghat'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today visited the 'Aapravasi Ghat' here and paid homage to the "brave" Indian indentured labourers who arrived in Mauritius nearly two centuries ago. "I am honoured to have the opportunity to pay homage to the brave ...
 Outlook India1 month ago LIVE:PM Narendra Modi to address Mauritian Parliament  Samaylive1 month ago Modi pays homage to Indian indentured labour at Mauritius' Aapravasi Ghat  NetIndia123.com1 month ago At Aapravasi Ghat, echoes of suffering, a fight for recognition  Indian Express1 month ago
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Phagwah's meaning can be translated into people's everyday lives- President - at Phagwah celebrations

President Donald Ramotar and First Lady Deolatchmee Ramotar joined Guyanese in Phagwah celebrations today, at the Indian Cultural Centre (ICC) in Bel Air, Georgetown. The atmosphere was one of enjoyment as the gathering ; both young and ...
 Government Information Agency Guyana1 month ago President describes IAC's celebration of Indian Arrival as a recognition of their sacrifices, contributions lauds organisers  Government Information Agency Guyana16 hours ago

Review: Tears In Paradise. Suffering and Struggle Of Indians In Fiji 1879-2004 by Rajendra Prasad Britain's Indentured Indian 5 Year Slaves

Countercurrents.org Tears in Paradise. Suffering and struggle of Indians in Fiji 1879-2004 by Rajendra Prasad tells the story of Indian indentured labour (5 year slaves) taken to Fiji from British-occupied India in the period 1879-1916 and brutally ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago

Fijian author announced as regional winner for the Pacific, 2015 Commonwealth Short Story Prize

By Online Editor 00:12 am GMT+12, 29/04/2015, Fiji Prize promotes strongest new stories from across the Commonwealth Commonwealth Writers has announced the regional winners of the 2015 Commonwealth Short Story Prize. Mary Rokonadravu ...
 Pacific Islands News Association2 days ago
Canberra Times

GoT recap: Can Sansa survive this?

You know, I'd always hoped there would be cause to use the words "Jon Snow" and "head" in a sentence again, but I must admit to hoping it would be in another context. Much the same way I thought the idea of the new Lord Commander "brandishing his ...
 Canberra Times5 days ago GoT: Can Sansa survive?  Stuff.co.nz5 days ago GoT: can Sansa survive the wedding?  WA Today6 days ago GoT recap: Can she survive this wedding?  Sydney Morning Herald6 days ago
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The Week

Indian Settlement in NZ: Then and Now

Despite the myth of cultural prohibitions preventing Indians from crossing the ocean, Indians have been an outgoing people since the ancient period. Coming to the more modern period, with the establishment of the British Empire in India in the ...
 Indian Weekender6 days ago A bridge across the Pacific  The Week1 week ago Seychelles ready to welcome Indian PM  Seychelles Nation1 month ago PM Narendra Modi to embark on 3-nation tour today  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
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City Press

High Time- D Day 420 party puts legalisation back on the agenda

Last weekend, thousands of partygoers and dagga growers got together in Joburg to puff and pass, and call for the legalisation of marijuana. Garreth van Niekerk and Binwe Adebayo were there. A small, graffitied alleyway in downtown Joburg ...
 City Press1 week ago
HeritagePortal.co.za

In Support of the Gandhi Statue

Following a spate of attacks on colonial monuments around the country, paint was splattered on a post-apartheid statue on Gandhi Square in downtown Johannesburg. Eric Itzkintakes up the case of Gandhi and his bronze effigy... "For many people in ...
 HeritagePortal.co.za1 week ago
IOL

No reason in the hearts of malleable souls

Ronnie Govender In 1949, in Cato Manor near Durban, a 13-year-old boy was drenched in paraffin, thrown into a drum and set alight. His sin? He was of Indian origin. Just prior to the anti-Indian violence, which Pallo Jordan called a pogrom, ...
 IOL1 week ago
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