We have decided to launch the Indian Diaspora umbrella portal, www.theindiandiaspora.com*.
Its main objectives are:
a) To create the first-ever Database of the Indian Diaspora and its associations/bodies; and,
b) To facilitate regular exchange of news and relevant information;
This Database, which will be accessible only to those who register themselves and have their entries verified, will allow members to network among themselves for professional, business and social reasons.*
We therefore seek your participation and involvement by registering through the SIGN UP section on our portal www.theindiandiaspora.com nd making it your own.
Our appeal to all Diaspora community: GET INVOLVED; BE ASSOCIATED; MAKE LINKAGES.
*THE INDIAN DIASPORA is a venture of the Society for Policy Studies (www.spsindia.in), an independent think tank.
*Personal information will be put on the Database only with due permission of the person/association.
The popularity of Indian food is not limited to Taipei or Hsinchu where Indians are more in number but one can find Indian restaurants in almost all parts of Taiwan, Kaohsiung, Tainan and Taichung writes NAMRATA HASIJA
The Indian Heritage Centre, that opened just about two months ago in Singapore, is proving a big draw for its artefacts that trace Indian history in Singapore, writes SHUBHA SINGH
Yellow Dal is in. Makhani Dal is losing its lustre, at least in restaurants in Canada. Indian chefs are busy innovating and creating their own flavours and recipes that suit everyone’s taste, writes AJIT JAIN
Indian-born Anusha Saha has topped the Trinidad and Tobago Secondary Entrance Examination (SEA) in results on Wednesday, writes PARAS RAMOUTAR
Two Indo-Canadians are recipients of Order of Canada, the highest civilian award in the country, in what is seen as a reflection of the 1.26 million strong community's growing profile and recognition in the nation, writes AJIT JAIN
There’s rampant domestic violence among Asian Indian families says Raj Chaudhary, President of Sewa-Asian Indian Family Wellness (AIFW), a not-for profit organisation based in Minneapolis, US, writes AJIT JAIN
The Indian government has launched a helpline 1363 or 1800-111-363 to help foreign tourists and guide them on their arrival in India.
The Indian Music and Culture Centre here has been organizing India Festival for the last eleven years. However, this year the Centre organized the first Pan Asian Indian Festival, writes NAMRATA HASIJA