An annual event celebrating the accomplishments of the Indian Diaspora, Pravasi Bharatiya Divas is yet again geared up to create a consciousness of Global Indian family by exploring business opportunities in India with a large number of foreign delegates in its 12th Edition from 7th to 9th January 2014 in New Delhi. – See more at: http://www.thetimesofafrica.com/node/295#sthash.Ad6tB2p8.dpuf
FICCI, along with other apex chambers, is organizing an interactive session with H. E. Mr. John Dramani Mahama, President of the Republic of Ghana and the accompanying delegation on November 12, 2013 at 1330 hrs at Kamal Mahal, Hotel ITC Maurya, New Delhi. Ghana offers vast business opportunities for Indian companies in sectors like agriculture and agro-processing, energy (including oil and gas), food processing, forestry, healthcare, ICT, mining, textiles, tourism etc. This would be a good opportunity for the Indian industry to interact and explore business opportunities with the Who’s Who of Ghana.
An overwhelming reception party was organized by the High Commission of the Republic of Namibia on 23rd October, 2013 at The Taj Mehal Hotel, New Delhi to warmly welcome H.E. Dr. Pius Dunaiaki for taking up the post as Namibia’s envoy to India. The occasion was graced with the presence of Mr. Ravi Bangar, Joint Secretary (E&SA), Ministry of External Affairs. In the beginning Counselor Mr. Richard Frege introduced H.E. Dr. Pius Dunaiaki to the eminent gathering of the evening. A thanking note was delivered by High Commissioner sharing his experience about the Incredible India. The party was followed by drinks and snacks.
Khartoum – Minister of Minerals said traditional mining contributed towards reduction of poverty and unemployment and helped in distributing wealth among populations.
Kamal Abdul Latif, in his speech before a workshop on contribution of mineral sector in domestic product organized by the Ministry yesterday, said the upcoming challenge for the Ministry would be to increase production, and urged the state to focus on productive sectors by providing them with necessary funding to contribute towards efforts to boost the economy.
Dr. Zuhoor Abdul Hai, researcher, presented a paper on contribution of traditional mining in reducing unemployment. Traditional mining areas have attracted over a million Sudanese who sustain more than 33% of Sudan’s population, estimated at 32 million, she said. These figures indicate contribution of the sector in domestic product and promotion of peaceful co-existence.