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MEAs key neighbourhood divisions get new heads

MEAs key neighbourhood divisions get new heads

Meanwhile, Sandeep Chakraborty (1996 batch IFS) who till recently served as Consul General as New York could head one of key divisions in MEA. Chakraborty had earlier served as India’s Ambassador to Peru and Deputy High Commissioner in Dhaka. By ... Economic Times, 2 months ago
Daiji World

Bengaluru: German Consul General calls on Yediyurappa

, Sep 9 2020 03:42:38 PM From Our Special Correspondent Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru Bengaluru, Sep 9: The Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany, Achin Burkart, who is heading the Consulate General office in the city, paid a courtesy call ...
 Daiji World1 week ago
Economic Times

450 jobless Indian workers forced to beg in Saudi

HYDERABAD: Thanks to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and no jobs to survive, 450 Indian workers in Saudi Arabia are out on the road, begging.Work permits of most of these workers from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Kashmir, Bihar, Delhi, Rajasthan, ...
 Economic Times1 day ago

Two titans of diplomacy leave a rich legacy

Ambassador Natarajan Krishnan and Ambassador Shankar Bajpai helped shape Indian foreign policy at a glorious, but difficult, time in history, recalls Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. IMAGE: Two titans of diplomacy, Ambassador Natarajan Krishnan, left, and Ambassador Shankar Bajpai.   India lost two of its most brilliant diplomats within a week. Natarajan Krishnan of the IFS 1951 batch and Shankar Bajpai of the IFS 1952 batch were two of the senior-most officers when they passed away recently ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

An Indian legend you probably don't know about

In a corner of Kolkata lived a man who made Latin American music cool before urban India became hip to salsa.Sumit Bhattacharya remembers Monojit Datta, ace percussionist, guru and unknown legend. IMAGE: Monojit Datta, the first-ever authentic Latin American musician and the pioneer of Latin music in India. All photographs: Kind courtesy monojitdatta.official/   Half an hour before he died on October 6, 2017, Monojit 'Kochu' Datta, the man who made Latin music cool decades ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
Economic Times

US-based BCM ties up with India's BE for COVID-19 vaccine production

In the race to find a cure for the coronavirus infection, Texas-based Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) has entered into a licensing agreement with Indian pharmaceutical company Biological E Limited (BE) for the development of a safe, effective and affordable ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Biological E ties up with US-based Baylor for Covid vaccine  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Pt Jasraj's mortal remains to be flown to Mumbai today

Disciples and followers of music legend Pandit Jasraj in the United States paid their tributes to the Indian classical vocalist and described his passing away as an irreparable loss to India and its cultural heritage while fondly recalling his humble and gentle nature.   IMAGE: Sangeet Martand Pandit Jasraj during one of his performances. Photograph: ANI Photo The mortal remains of Pandit Jasraj, who passed away on Monday at the age of 90 following a cardiac arrest at his home in New ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Kamala Harris: Lessons on Democracy on Besant Nagar Beach

Whatever be Kamala Harris's preference for her identity, many Indians in the US will rally around her as she is the first person with Indian blood in her veins to get close to the White House, observes Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. IMAGE: Democratic US vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris speaks to reporters during a campaign event in Delaware, August 13, 2020. Photograph: Carlos Barria/Reuters   The only time I met and heard Kamala Harris was at a gala fundraising event in New York in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Dubai-based Indian expat's 7 family members survive Kerala crash

Dubai-based Indian expat Shemir Vadakkan Pathappiriyam is exhausted but overjoyed as all the seven members of his and his brother's family survived the Air India Express plane crash in Kerala that claimed the lives of at least 18 co-passengers on Friday.   Photograph: PTI Photo Since Friday evening, 41-year-old Shemir, who works as a logistics manager in Dubai Silicon Oasis, has been making frantic phone calls to different trauma centres in Kerala near the Kozhikode airport to get ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

China's aggression in Ladakh indicative of its intentions: US

China's recent aggression in India's eastern Ladakh and claims for the real estate in Bhutan are indicative of its intentions, United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said, asserting that Beijing under President Xi Jinping is testing the world to see if anyone is going to stand up to its threats and bullying.   Indian and Chinese troops have been locked in a bitter standoff in several areas along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh since May 5. The situation deteriorated ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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