Global Indian Identity: A Cultural Mosaic

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Global Indian Identity: A Cultural Mosaic

Global Indian Identity: A Cultural Mosaic — The Indian diaspora is one of the largest in the world, with millions of people of Indian descent living in countries all over the globe. This has led to the creation of a global Indian identity that is diverse and multifaceted, reflecting the many cultures, languages, and traditions […]

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The Identity Crisis: Tradition vs Modernity

India’s Identity Crisis: Tradition vs Modernity —  The Twice-Born,” a new memoir by Aatish Taseer, is troubled by a single plaintive question: Does a city steeped in tradition have a future in modern India? The setting is Benares, the spiritual capital of Hinduism, where more than five million pilgrims flock each year to worship, bathe, […]

Global Indians: Unleashing Their Potential — Explore the significant impact of the Indian diaspora on the global stage">

Global Indians: Unleashing Their Potential

Global Indians: Unleashing Their Potential — The Indian diaspora, comprising of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs), has played an important role in shaping India’s economy and foreign relations. With a population of approximately 31.2 million people spread across 146 countries, the Indian diaspora has made significant contributions to India through remittances, […]

Indian Diaspora: Uniting in Crisis, shows Indian diaspora's solidarity in times of COVID-19 crisis - A beacon of hope.">

Indian Diaspora: Uniting in Crisis

Indian Diaspora: Uniting in Crisis — The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of community and solidarity, and nowhere is this more evident than in the Indian diaspora’s efforts to help their homeland during this crisis. The second wave of COVID-19 infections in India has led to a severe shortage of oxygen, leaving hospitals overwhelmed […]

Exploring Indian Diaspora Identity in EU, Uncovering complexity of Indian diaspora identity in EU through the lens of transnational twinning.">

Exploring Indian Diaspora Identity in EU

Exploring Indian Diaspora Identity in EU — Twinning Transnationalisms and Indic Identity in the Modern World: Indian Diaspora Engagements and Identity in the European Union” is an in-depth examination of how Indian diaspora communities in the European Union engage with and construct their identities. The article, written by Bashabi Gupta, a renowned sociologist, delves into […]

Explore the theme of homeland and identity in the era of global migration through Jhumpa Lahiri's The Namesake.">

Exploring the theme of homeland and identity in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake

Exploring the theme of homeland and identity in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake —  In the present era of transnational migration, the flow of the people among the different countries, convergence of the heterogeneous cultures, creolization of languages and hybridization of identities have broken the concept of fixity or absolute territoriality. The intersection between the terriorialization […]

A New Generation Creating a Cultural Identity shifts towards self-discovery and a relatable identity challenge of the new Generation.">

Discover the Changing Face of A New Generation

A New Generation Creating a Cultural Identity : Have you read that article in Scroll on Sanskrit and computer software? What about Following Fish by Samanth Subramanian? Surely, you’ve read BuzzFeed’s 14 Public Announcements That Could Only Be Made in India ? And seen the BeingIndian video on penis sizes? No? You should. 1.6 million kids already have. Something’s happening […]

Amartya Sen: Indian identity is 'engulfing' and absorbs other cultures Emphasizes diversity and complexity of Indian culture.">

Amartya Sen: Indian identity is ‘engulfing’ and absorbs other cultures

Amartya Sen: Indian identity is ‘engulfing’ and absorbs other cultures: NEW BRUNSWICK, April 12, 1997 – At the Second National Asian Indian American conference, “Explorations in Identity,” at Rutgers University, Harvard University Professor and Nobel Prize winner Amartya Sen said that the Indian identity is not just a “surviving identity but an absorbing identity.” Sen said […]

Experience the transformative power of Bhakti Yoga and pilgrimage with Bhaktimarga Swami on the path to inner peace and self-discovery.">

Transform Your Life with Bhakti Yoga

Transform Your Life with Bhakti Yoga — The young man who took to Krishna Consciousness and vegetarianism when he was 20 in 1973 never looked back. DIVYA KAELEY speaks to Bhaktimarga Swami on his journey of marathon walking and praying. “So, here I was a pilgrim, a Caucasian in Indian orange garb, going through the rhythm […]

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Impact of Indian Diaspora In Global Politics

Impact of Indian Diaspora In Global Politics — There are certain things you can be sure of the moment you set foot in Varanasi. For one, it’s not a city of deception. There is a sense of spontaneity, which adds magic to the mundane. Throbbing with life, its lanes and alleys speak of reverence, much […]

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Indian Students’ Association of Victoria (ISA): Staying at the Front of Student Life

Indian Students’ Association of Victoria (ISA): Staying at the Front of Student Life —  With thousands of international students still recovering from post-pandemic financial and mental strain, the Indian Students’ Association of Victoria (ISA) has been a ray of hope. It was their ground-breaking work which contributed to the Federal Government announcement in November 2021 to […]

Legendary Athlete PT Usha: India's First Female Indian Olympic President India's sprint queen, has made history once again.">

Legendary Athlete PT Usha: India’s First Female Indian Olympic President

Legendary Athlete PT Usha: India’s First Female Indian Olympic President — FOR MOST MILLENNIALS and the generations of younger Indians that followed, PT Usha was a familiar name in general knowledge books and quiz competitions. Until sometime in the middle of this year when she was nominated to the Rajya Sabha and, of course, now […]

Nabeela Syed Makes History In US Midterm Elections, first to be Indian-American Member of Illinois State General.">

Nabeela Syed: Makes History In US Midterm Elections

Nabeela Syed: Makes History In US Midterm Elections, The 23-year-old Democrat, Indian-American won the most recent US midterm elections, defeating Chris Bos of the Republican Party. Nabeela Syed has written history by becoming the Illinois General Assembly’s youngest member. The 23-year-old  Democrat, Indian-American won the most recent US midterm elections, defeating Chris Bos of the […]

How’s Your Cup Of Coffee? Gidio Moniz tells the story of Café Goa, a passion who has made the perfect cup of coffee his mission.">

How’s Your Cup Of Coffee? Gidio Moniz the story of Café Goa

How’s Your Cup Of Coffee? Gidio Moniz  the story of Café Goa — GIDIO MONIZ found his passion after his retirement in a country that is a haven for the brew that delights millions across the globe BY ROWENA KAY MASCARENHAS “Coffee is an art, more like a passion, akin to producing grapes for wine. […]

Breaking the Barriers: Four-Year-Old Sikh Child The Face of Diversity and Inclusion, challenging the norm in reperesenting the sparse.">

Breaking the Barriers: Four-Year-Old Sikh Child The Face of Diversity and Inclusion

Breaking the Barriers: Four-Year-Old Sikh Child, The Face of Diversity and Inclusion — Diversity is a goal for many campaigns in recent years. Yet the manner in which brands approach inclusivity can be boiled down to tokenism, even more so in the fashion industry. As part of Burberry’s Children’s Autumn-Winter ’22 collection, the fashion brand […]

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Dr. Jaya Pathi, 5 Decades Of Healing

Dr. Jaya Pathi, 5 Decades Of Healing — Dr Jaya Pathi obtained her MBBS from Osmania University in Hyderabad in 1967 and started working in a public hospital, while pursuing specialist training in Paediatrics simultaneously. As a married woman she moved to Jamshedpur and worked as a specialist Paediatrician at Telco hospital before migrating to […]

Non-Resident Indian And Thier Unbreakable Ties In Thier Motherland showcase the longingness and the unbreakable bond of immigrants .">

Non-Resident Indian And Their Unbreakable Ties In The Motherland

Non-Resident Indian And Their Unbreakable Ties In The Motherland, Let me confess at the start that I have never been a non-resident Indian. I have never experienced their joy, their dreams and their loneliness. My exposure to them has been through those marvellous 1960s and ’70s Bollywood films, where the hat-wearing rich uncle used to […]

Reimagining Indian Values: Why Indians are Making a name in Canada? a narrative of Devesh Guptan, making his name big living by Indian values.">

Reimagining Indian Values: Why Indians are Making a name in Canada?

Reimagining Indian Values: Why Indians are Making a name in Canada? — Devesh Gupta set up Prudent Law in Greater Toronto in 2015 and has clocked exceptional growth, focusing on immigration from India, particularly from Punjab BY GURMUKH SINGH As the population of the Indo-Canadian community here increases rapidly with the influx of a record […]

The downfall of dreams: Indian Students In Canada Visa Dilemma — plagued by the three colleges in Canada declaring bankruptcy.">

Indian Students In Canada Visa Dilemma, The downfall of dreams

The downfall of dreams: Indian Students In Canada Visa Dilemma — A large number of Indian students who have been enrolled with three private colleges in Canada have their dreams and ambitions shattered. They need urgent help from the government of Canada to safeguard their future “I took a loan from a bank in India […]

Legacy to be forgotten: Indian heritage to be a ghost from the past? to pass on Indian heritage to the next generation has been a dillemma.">

Legacy to be forgotten: Indian heritage to be a ghost from the past?

Legacy to be forgotten: Indian heritage to be a ghost from the past? — From a political perspective, India and the United States are two separate nation-states. Yet, several characteristics connect us, especially respect for democratic values, global community, individual national sovereignty, and the national flag. In addition, several other factors provide common ground conducive […]

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Unspoken narrative: Can Indians thrive in Dubai?

Unspoken narrative: Can Indians thrive in Dubai? —  Sudha Chandran recounts an inspiring story of Indian immigrants moving out of a limited opportunities space to that of leadership positions in the expanding social and corporate world of the UAE I first set foot on foreign soil as a young bride flying into the United Arab […]

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The HungerMitao Movement : Fighting Hunger, Feeding Millions

The HungerMitao Movement : Fighting Hunger Feeding Millions — The community-driven movement celebrates five years of championing hunger relief and feeding millions of the poor in North Texas Celebrating five years of championing hunger relief, the HungerMitao movement has announced that it has provided more than 50 million nutritious meals to children, seniors, veterans, and […]

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When the Hunter becomes the Hunted

When the Hunter becomes the Hunted — From Boris Johnson to Liz Truss to Rishi Sunak – the arc of history is being bent! Africa too, should be proud! Rishi Sunak, just over six weeks ago, was the losing candidate in Britain’s Conservative Party’s leadership race that would have seen him ascend to the highest […]

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Connected as one: Bringing Caribbean together trough Indian diaspora

Connected As One: Bringing Caribbean Together Trough Indian Diaspora — Tourists to Trinidad and Tobago can enjoy the tastes, sights, sounds, flora, fauna and peoples of the scenic twin-island Caribbean republic to which 143,939 Indentured immigrants came and established their legacy. The Indo-Caribbean Cultural Centre (ICC) Indian Diaspora Country Tours are intended to bring people in […]

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The Quest for Sustainability: India-US Remain Committed to Green Energy

The Quest for Sustainability: India, US Remain Committed to Green Energy — The resolve of India and the U.S. to transition to “green, clean and sustainable energy” would not be diminished by the turbulence in energy markets, India’s Petroleum and Natural Gas minister Hardeep Singh Puri has said. The minister’s comments were made on Friday, […]

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The Battle Of Faith: Protest Against Persecution of Muslim minority

The battle of faith: Protest Against Persecution of Muslim minority — In Edison, New Jersey, a bulldozer, which has become a symbol of oppression of India’s Muslim minority, rolled down the street during a parade marking that country’s Independence Day. At an event in Anaheim, California, a shouting match erupted between people celebrating the holiday […]

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Ties that Bind: The power of Indian diaspora in Fiji

The power of Indian diaspora in Fiji—  Fiji, a small nation in the Pacific archipelago, gained independence in 1970 when a Constitution establishing parliamentary democracy with the British Monarch as head of state was adopted. Fiji’s governance was disrupted by military coups in May and September 1987 when the parliament was dissolved. Fiji declared itself […]

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Migration: Shaping the identity of indian diaspora

Migration: shaping the indian diaspora – As a kid whose age was barely into the double digits, I was excited when the storied team from the West Indies toured India in 1974 to play a series of cricket matches. I was psyched about Andy Roberts and Clive Lloyd and the rest, and couldn’t wait for […]

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How the diaspora bridging Indian-Oman relationship

The diaspora bridging Indian-Oman relationship – Speaking about the crucial role played by the Omani people in fostering close ties between both countries, Amit Narang, ambassador of India to the Sultanate of Oman, during a recent interview with T TV, said: “When I was here, the very first month, a total Omani stranger approached me […]

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The rise of Indian diaspora in Australia

The rise of Indian diaspora in Australia– Almost a decade ago, Melbourne artist Sapna Chandu wondered why chai – proper Indian-style masala chai – was nowhere to be found in Australian cafes, yet the dialled-down Western version, chai latte, was everywhere. It led her to conceptualise a world where India had overtaken Australia and had […]

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Expecting the unexpected: A Call For Disaster Preparedness

Expecting the unexpected: A Call For Disaster Preparedness One of the critical aspects of visionary leadership, especially in governance, is the ability to foreplan and ensure readiness in terms of contingencies that might arise unannounced or unexpectedly. KwaZulu-Natal, as a province, experienced two such “disasters” in a space of eight months, namely, the July 2021 […]

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India-Pacific Island relations: What’s behind the new push?

India-Pacific Island relations: What’s behind the new push?— India’s connection with the South Pacific Islands has traditionally been fairly limited, despite a sizeable ethnic Indian population in Fiji. However, the relationship is gaining momentum under Prime Minister Modi’s government, and not just with Fiji but across the South Pacific. The region has long figured in […]

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 YOU’RE A FREAKING LUNATIC: HEARD THAT, SAID THAT!

 YOU’RE A FREAKING LUNATIC: HEARD THAT, SAID THAT! Naked and chained in a roofless shed. Sored bodies bearing marks of torture, along with surgical marks on their backs. Some found crawling in their excreta, others even consuming it! This was the plight of thirty-five men and six boys who were rescued from an illegal ‘asylum’ […]

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Gurdwara bombing may signal the end of Afghanistan’s Sikhs

The Afghan ambassador to India described Islamic State’s bombing of a Sikh temple in Kabul as an “attack on the entire civilised population of Afghanistan”. Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister, called it “barbaric” and “ghastly”. The Islamic State-Khorasan (Isis-K) attacked the Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Kabul’s Bagh-e Bala area on Saturday, killing at least two people, including a Sikh […]

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The Indian Citizen of South Africa is your compatriot – not your enemy

The young “Black” Lady who made a Tik-Tok video entitled, “The Hierarchy of our Blackness” The Indian Citizen of South Africa is your compatriot – not your enemy Madam My initial reaction after watching the video you made on Tik-Tok entitled, “The hierarchy of blackness” was to unleash a tirade at what I perceived as […]

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The Jews of India: Small in Number, Great in Impact

There are a mere 4, 500 Jews in India in a population of 1.5. billion. Talk about minorities! What they may lack in numbers, they have made up for in other ways-cultural, political and financial. From the Babylonian Captivity to the present, the experience of the Jews has been one of sorrow. By contrast, that […]

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A Pretty Pass for Priti Patel: Is the The National and Borders bill Dead in the Water?

Let joy be unconfined. Wiser counsels have prevailed. This week the Lords have voted down four controversial clauses in the Nationality and Borders Bill by a majority of 78. The Lords Temporal rejected all four, including Clause 9, as indeed did Baroness Warsi, who was the first Muslim woman to serve in the Cabinet. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/feb/28/lords-reject-clause-in-bill-criminalising-refugees-who-arrive-by-irregular-route […]

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How Diverse is diversity?

Despite being the second-largest ethnic group in the UK, British Asians are conspicuous by their near absence from most adverts, programmes (terrestrial, streaming on otherwise).  Stereotypes abound. People of Indian origin still tend to play doctors, scientists and when they are cast against type, it all too often feels like tokenism. If the advert wants […]

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What really lies behind the Hijab ban in Karnataka?

Today, The Global Indian Series asks: what really lies behind the Hijab ban in Karnataka? On February 5th, the southern state government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) banned clothes that “disturb equality, integrity and public order”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rnOlEsNc2c This in effect meant a ban on the hijab. The whole affair raises many […]

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You’ve crossed a line, Jimmy Carr

It was with horror that we at The Global Indian reacted to your highly insulting and profoundly unfunny joke about the Roma. Your referred to it as a ‘career ender’ and your words may well prove prophetic. All right minded people are appalled by your comments. You are an educated man with a keen wit. […]

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The Plight of the Roma in Europe-By Ambassador Grattan

Dear fellow Ambassadors, As one newly joined to your ranks, I take this opportunity to bring to yourattention – with a call to action – the gross racism and violence both verbaland physical increasingly undergone by Roma in Europe – at a time, I mustadd when the Romani people worldwide are seeking closer ties with […]

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The Nationality & Borders Bill: Should Clause 9 be removed?

  It is a mere matter of time before The Borders and Nationality Bill (https://bills.parliament.uk/bills/3023) becomes the law of the land and when it does, it will give the state unprecedented powers to remove citizens of their citizenship without informing them. There are real fears up and down the land that ethnic minorities (particularly those […]

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The Memons

Long and proud is the history of the Memons. Traditionally, Memons have made highly successful merchant tradesmen. They have long had a well-deserved reputation for alms-giving and philanthropy. But who are they? Tracing their roots to Sindh, Kutch and Kathiawar, the Memons are an ethnic group whose origins are much debated. According to one hypothesis, […]

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11 Indian Words used in English and How they help us rethink the Indian Diaspora

  India has contributed dozens of words to the English language. This is a testament not only to the richness of Hindi, Urdu and Hindustani but also to the peculiar way the English language, perhaps more than any other, has of absorbing words from other languages.  English and ‘Indianness’ Inevitably, English has shaped notions of […]

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Covid and our stories

The world is changing, and I am proud to say we are part of that change as the Global Indian. Just under 2 years ago, before working from home was merely a privilege for the chosen few, and a national toilet paper rationing was something left to the wild imagination of writers of satire, there […]

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Open letter to The President of South Africa: Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa

The President : Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa The Republic of South Africa Sir, “IF YOU HOLD THE POWER, YOU BEAR THE RESPONSIBILITY” You will be soon required, as the president, to deliver your “STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS” – an address that is meant to inspire and motivate the country to do better, to live better […]

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India’s Big Fat Brain Drain

India has a big problem: a brain drain of epic proportions. The Global Indian Series can reveal that highly skilled Indians are leaving India in their droves in pursuit of better opportunities elsewhere. Small wonder the Indian diaspora is the biggest in the world. According to 2021 figure, some 3.12 million highly educated India have […]

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The Roma, one of the Lost Tribes of India

The Indian Diaspora is not a modern phenomenon. As we say on the Global Indian series, we’re everywhere! And South Asians were there a long, long time ago. The Roma (or Gypsies as they are known in Britain) hail from the Punjab region of northern India as nomads and entered Europe between the eighth and […]

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Indo-Fijian Scholar Dies in Exile

It is tragic that one of our most acclaimed scholars should die in exile, declared persona non grata by the Bainimarama Government, says Fiji Labour Party leader and former prime minister Mahendra Chaudhry. He made the comment in a statement issued yesterday in the wake of news of Prof Brij Vilash Lal’s death in Brisbane, […]

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THE STORY OF INDIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA IS MORE THAN JUST GANDHI

Every so often humanity is tempted to bend the arc of history, only so that the mistakes of the past are meant never to be repeated. On November 16, 1860, a ship carrying 342 indentured Indians arrived in South Africa, and this arrival marked the beginning of a long but tortuous and painful journey in […]

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DISCRIMINATORY RE-ENTRY BAN SCARS INDIAN MIGRANTS’ LOVE FOR JAPAN

It has been a distressing year-and-a-half for Neha since she moved to Japan from India in January 2020. Her 6-year-old daughter and husband were supposed to follow her a couple of months later. But since then, she has been waiting desperately for them to join her. “In the beginning I was really excited because I […]

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INDIANNESS AND A SENSE OF GLOBAL COMMITMENT- SOUTH AFRICA AND THE EFF

I dare say again, our duty of Indianness must go beyond the tricoloured flag of India.  Unlike structured religions where Pope-like figures lead congregations, as people of Indian origin we are led by the laws of the lands we now reside in and equally, need to place as much love and attention to our fellow […]

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JULIUS MALEMA – THE SOUTH AFRICAN VERSION OF “IDI AMIN” – WE SHALL NOT YIELD!

Julius Malema, who believes he is a law unto himself, and one that the writer considers to be an absolute racist at heart, is skating on thin ice. At a press conference, the swaggering Malema unleashes a tirade against “Indian” South Africans, claiming that there is an “Indian cabal that is taking strategic positions in […]

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CONVERSION THERAPY – A GLOBAL ISSUE

Conversion therapy is the practice of attempting to treat, correct or cure sexual orientation or gender identity. Primarily used against homosexuals during the 20th century, it has a long-lasting legacy across the globe. One of the main reasons for this is colonialism. Western understandings of same-sex sexuality as a sin, crime or disease were imported […]

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COVID AND A FORCE FOR CHANGE

“I have just lost my mother to Covid -19 and my father is in ICU and he doesn’t look good.” “I am the only son and I have four sisters. My family are very poor and the responsibility of running the house sits with me. Last month I had Covid and I was sacked from […]

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WHY SIKHS ARE WORRIED ABOUT THE INDIANAPOLIS MASS SHOOTING

by Hardeep Singh | First published in The Spectator Last week, the New York Times mapped the location and number of casualties of mass shootings that have occurred on US soil in 2021. It’s a ‘partial’ list, but remarkable, nevertheless. March alone saw the senseless killing of ten people in Colorado, four in California, eight in Atlanta, […]

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Dr Mohan Kaul joins the Global Indian Ambassadors

Press Release: On behalf of the Global Indian, it is a pleasure to announce the joining of Dr Mohan Kaul to our Global Indian Ambassadors program. Dr Kaul brings over 30 years dedicated international experience.  From setting up the Commonwealth Business Council through to hosting over 50 high-level initiatives and forums involving heads of government, […]

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Indian Indenture in the Centre of World History:

The East India Company, de-industrialisation, Opium Wars, and the Global Decolonisation Movement Dr. Kirk Meighoo ABSTRACT This article will place Indian indentureship in its wider historical context as part of the historically central, long plunder of India by outside forces, and not simply an isolated, peripheral occurrence related to the end of slavery. This gives […]

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“This is not India” Muzi Hlengwa and the danger of identity politics in SA

By Global Indian Correspondent – Narendh Ganesh South Africa “THIS IS NOT INDIA” – You are very observant and geographically clued-up, Muzi Hlengwa – Sadly you are not very bright!* The article in the *POST*(December 2-6), “This is not India, Newlands residents told”, refers. The confrontation between residents of Newlands and Muzi Hlengwa, leader of […]

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Trapped Indian workers struggle to find way back home

Lebanon’s migrant workers left in limbo during worst economic crisis in decades

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DRUGS | CRIME ACTONVILLE – SOUTH AFRICA

The local and cluster police including a Major General Subbiah, a person of Indian origin that professes the Hindu faith were informed of this man’s illegal activities and they did not take any measures to arrest him.

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JUDGED BY AUTISM | A FATHER’S JOURNEY: EP33

A raw heartfelt account of a father who was judged and ostracised by his community for having an autistic child.

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Indianness, Identity and the BBC’s ”Modi Question”. Perspectives with Dr Vivek Kaul

The Modi Question –
 
Protests echoed across London this week. Over 500 individuals took to the streets to condemn the controversial BBC documentary (The Modi Question), with chants of defunding the platform and allegations that it is “anti-India, an…

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