An event reflecting and appreciating the outstanding contributions of the Indian Diaspora, Pravasi Bharatiya Divas is in its full swing to create a consciousness of Global Indian family in its 12th Edition from 7th to 9th January 2014 in New Delhi. Various sessions and programmes will be held during the three day event entailing meetings, conferences over major issues like the problems faced by Indian Diaspora and the key investment opportunities accessible in India in diverse areas.
THE TIMES OF AFRICA as Reporting Partner would be actively participating in the prompting event highlighting it as a Special report in the Jan-Feb’14 issue. It is our sincere endeavor to bring into limelight the event’s earnest rationale and spread extensive awareness on the same.
The inauguration ceremony of the flagship event will be done by the Hon’ble Prime Minister on 8th January and the valedictory address will be delievered by the Hon’ble President of India on 9th January.
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas pays a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi who returned to India from South Africa on 9th January, 1915 and changed the lives of Indian people thereafter. The event takes place on the same date every year to mark its utmost importance. Moving on the path and guidelines of the father of nation, Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs organizes this imperative event aspiring to offer a special advantage to the overseas Indian Community by providing an attractive platform where they get a bright opportunity to interact with government officials and other high dignitaries enhancing their networking for mutual benefits. Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports is the Partner Ministry for the 12th edition of Pravasi Bhartiya Divas.
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 feast was organized by High Commission of the Republic of Zambia on October 24, 2013 to celebrate their 49th Anniversary of Independence and was hosted by H.E. Brig. Gen. Patrick Romedyo Tembo, (Rtd), High Commissioner of Zambia and his spouse. The wonderful celebration was held at Hotel Vasant Continental, New Delhi. The Celebration commenced by giving regards to the National Anthem of both the countries. Ambassadors of African countries, leading corporate, and diplomats were the esteemed guests of the evening. The evening was followed by dinner and drinks.