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India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa)
High Commission of India, 10, Springfield Road
Ottawa , ON K1M 1C9
Canada
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P: 613-744-3751 / 52 / 53
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Published India Canada Association on 2016-06-26 16:00:00 GMT

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Published Amarjit Bittu Vaibhav on 2016-07-12 06:12:12 GMT

"We remember" - Canada's Ambassador to Afghanistan, Deborah Lyons, joined by India's Ambassador to Afghanistan, Manpreet Vohra, and the Commander of the Nepalese Gurkha Force, unveils a permanent memorial at the Embassy of Canada in Kabul, in honour of the fallen Indians and Nepalese. Canada’s Foreign Policy—Global Affairs Canada Canada's Engagement in Afghanistan India in Afghanistan (Embassy of India, Kabul) Embassy of Afghanistan in New Delhi India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) Nepal Embassy Ottawa

Published Canada in India (High Commission of Canada) on 2016-07-08 00:56:01 GMT

Indian High Commission in Ottawa celebrates International Yoga Day The High Commission of India, celebrated the International Yoga Day (IDY), in partnership with scores of Indian community organisations (http://www.hciottawa.ca/view_detail.php?id=11198), with great enthusiasm today in Ottawa. 2. Participants packed the 10,000 square feet large, Centurion Exhibition and Event Center, which was leased for the purpose, donning souvenir Yoga shirts which were specially designed for the event and presented by Indian community and business organisations. Each participant was also gifted a DVD containing messages from Prime Minister (PM) Hon'ble Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister (EAM) Hon'ble Sushma Swaraj, as well as, step-by-step Yoga asanas (postures). A majority of the participants had no previous experience of Yoga. 3. The event opened with rendition of national anthems of both countries followed by playing of video recording of messages by PM and EAM. High Commissioner Vishnu Prakash, welcomed the participants, highlighting the benefits of Yoga. The Guests of Honour, President Ms. Roseanne Runte of Carleton University and Member of Parliament Mr. Chandra Arya, next addressed the audience. The ensuing flute and classical Indian dance recitals, were enjoyed by the attendees and received a thunderous applause. 4. A one-hour long Yoga-on-the-mat session followed which was conducted by well established Yoga instructors and displayed simultaneously on three large screens, for the benefit of the practitioners. 5. The Mayor of Ottawa Mr. Jim Watson delivered the closing remarks. All participants were treated to a simple Indian vegetarian lunch and herbal tea. 6. A number of organisations including Indian Tourism put up display booths at the venue. Ottawa 26 June 2016

Published India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) on 2016-06-27 20:34:26 GMT

Canada's Carleton University (Official) strengthens academic ties with India: Carleton University's President and Vice-Chancellor, Roseann O’Reilly Runte, received the "Outstanding Contribution To Education" Award presented by the World Education Congress in Mumbai on June 23. This month, Carleton also signed Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with Indian partners to strengthen academic ties and launched the "Canada-India Knowledge Platform." These include: • Carleton signed an MOU with the Indian Council For Cultural Relations to renew the visiting India Chair in the field of Humanities and Social Sciences focused on India-related studies at Carleton’s Canada-India Centre for Excellence (CICE), signed on behalf of ICCR by India's High Commissioner to Canada, Vishnu Prakash. Details: http://bit.ly/28WKC0B • Carleton is partnering with BSE Institute Limited to offer two new certificate programs — on the Indian business innovation system and on Indian investment opportunities — offered through CICE. Details: http://bit.ly/28X0kKg • Carleton's MOU with ISME - International School of Management Excellence will help both institutions explore new opportunities for academic and research collaborations in the business and management fields. Details: http://bit.ly/28X0kKg • Carleton’s Canada-India Centre for Excellence (CICE) also launched the "Canada-India Knowledge Platform" (CIKP) an interactive platform to present and discuss topics pertaining to science and technology, energy and trade between Canada and India, for Canadian and Indian policy makers, researchers, scholars and students. Details: http://bit.ly/297QJS3 Pictures courtesy: HCI Ottawa, Carleton, BSE Institute, ISME, CICE and #WEC16 India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) Consulate General of Canada in Mumbai Bombay Stock Exchange (BSEIndia) Indian Diplomacy #EduCanada #StudyinCanada

Published Canada in India (High Commission of Canada) on 2016-06-27 09:24:54 GMT

Healthy living healthy food :) Yoga Day Ottawa early morning preparation. Veggie Combo: Includes Veggie Kebab wrap, Paneer Masala wrap, Sprout moong salad and Fruits, along with Mint yogurt and Bessan Ladoo as dessert :) #YogaDay India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) High Commission of India, Ottawa Narendra Modi PMO India

Published Urban Tandoor Indian Cuisine on 2016-06-26 16:11:00 GMT

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Published India Canada Association on 2016-06-26 16:00:00 GMT

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Published India Canada Association on 2016-06-26 16:00:00 GMT

“Know-India” event with Export Development Canada (EDC)” on 22 June 2016 The High Commission of India in Ottawa, in collaboration with Export Development Canada (EDC) organised a “Know India” event at Slater Street, Ottawa, on 22 June, 2016. The event showcased India’s cultural diversity, tourism and yoga along with trade and investment opportunities including flagship programmes including ‘Make in India’, ‘Clean India”, ‘Digital India’, ‘Smart Cities’, etc. A 90 minute long cultural programme of Indian music and dance along with Yoga was presented to the visitors. Indian snacks were also served to around 500 visitors. The ‘Incredible India’ office in Toronto and ‘Patanjali Yoga’ collaborated to make the event a success. 2. EDC, Canada's export credit agency and a State-owned enterprise wholly owned by the Government of Canada, is mandated to support and develop trade between Canada and other countries and provide products and services including insurance, financing, bonding solutions as well as information on opportunities in international markets for Canadian companies and for their foreign customers. The crown corporation, which has a large presence in India (Mumbai and Delhi), has chosen India as the first profile country for 2016. 3. President and CEO of EDC Mr. Benoit Daignault, and Senior Vice President (Business Development) Ms. Mairead Lavery, along with High Commissioner of India Shri Vishnu Prakash, graced the event. In her remarks EDC Senior Vice President (Human Resource), Ms Stephanie Butt Thibodeau commented that the Government of Canada and EDC view India as a priority market and are working closely with partners, trade associations and Canadian exporters to capitalize on the business opportunities available in India. Some of the areas that they are looking at for business opportunities are agriculture, automotive and heavy truck, construction and infrastructure, environmental infrastructure, waste water, oil and gas and telecom. She also highlighted that India has its strength rooted in its diversity of faith, language and culture and her democratic institutions and Canadian investors and businesses must understand and adopt to the social and business environment in India for future growth. She expressed her gratitude to the High Commission of India in Ottawa for partnering with them in putting up the “Know India” event. She also handed over a Certificate of Appreciation to the High Commissioner. HCI, Ottawa 22.06.16

Published India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) on 2016-06-23 20:55:29 GMT

Staff at the High Commission of Canada in New Delhi joined in a special #YogaDay session today! Marking #IDY2016 in Canada? Share pictures with us! #InternationalDayofYoga Canada’s Foreign Policy—Global Affairs Canada Healthy Canadians Canada and the world Ministry of External Affairs, India Indian Diplomacy Ministry of Culture, Government of India Ministry of Tourism, Government of India Press Information Bureau - PIB, Government of India India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) #Yoga

Published Consulate General of Canada in Mumbai on 2016-06-21 10:04:43 GMT

MoU between Indian Council for Cultural Relations(ICCR) and Carleton University 1. The High Commissioner of India to Canada H.E Vishnu Prakash, and Dr. Roseann O’Reilly Runte, President and Vice Chancellor of Carleton University signed an MoU for the establishment of a Chair in the field of Humanities & Social Sciences focused on India related studies at the Canada-India Centre for Excellence (CICE) at Carleton University, Ottawa, on 15th June 2016. The High Commissioner signed the MoU on behalf of ICCR. 2. Under the provisions of the MoU, Carleton University will host a visiting Professor in the capacity of a Chair in the field of Humanities & Social Sciences focused on India related studies for a four-month period during each semester. 3. The MoU will remain valid for a period of five years. HCI, Ottawa, 15.06.16

Published India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) on 2016-06-20 16:11:04 GMT

Published India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) on 2016-06-19 17:16:21 GMT

Published BalaBrahmanandam Madaparthi on 2016-06-15 18:25:47 GMT

Researchers and funders from Canada, India and 42 other countries advocated for equality and #interdisciplinarity for women researchers at Global Research Council's Annual Meeting in New Delhi, from May 25 to 27: http://bit.ly/1PipCj5 Speaking at the forum, Canada's Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) President Dr. B. Mario Pinto also announced that Canada will host the international funding agencies meeting in 2017 in partnership with Concytec Perú and Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC / CRDI): http://bit.ly/1UCAfyx #GRC2016 was jointly hosted by India's Science and Engineering Research Board - SERB (under the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India) and the Research Councils UK India office. Comprised of the Heads of Research Councils from around the world, GRC promotes international research collaboration and impact by providing a unique global forum for research funding agencies around the world. Pictures courtesy SERB & RCUK. See more pictures here: http://bit.ly/1tbUsFf Eureka! Canada Innovation in Canada Canada’s Foreign Policy—Global Affairs Canada Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada Women in Canada Science & Technology news Indian Diplomacy Press Information Bureau - PIB, Government of India Ministry of Women & Child Development, Government of India India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) #GenderEquality #WomenResearchers #WomeninScience #WomeninSTEM #WomenEmpowerment #Becauseits2016 #FemParl

Published Canada in India (High Commission of Canada) on 2016-06-09 08:15:48 GMT

"Canada is committed to expanding our trade relationship with India" - Canada's Minister of International Trade, Chrystia Freeland, discusses Canada-India trade ties with India's Union Minister of State, Commerce & Industry (Independent Charge), Nirmala Sitharaman. Canada’s International Trade - Global Affairs Canada PIB Commerce & Industry, Government of India Indian Diplomacy India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) #OECD #WTO

Published Consulate General of Canada in Mumbai on 2016-06-08 10:23:54 GMT

Canada's Minister of International Trade, Chrystia Freeland, and India's Minister of State, Commerce & Industry (Independent Charge), Nirmala Sitharaman, met recently to discuss Canada-India trade ties. Over the last six months, Canadian and Indian officials have interacted at various forums to boost Canada-India ties in key sectors such as #UrbanDevelopment, #Infrastructure and natural resources among others. Here's a look at some of them: • High Commissioner for Canada to India, Nadir Patel, met with India's Minister of State, Commerce & Industry (Independent Charge), Nirmala Sitharaman. • India’s Minister for Urban Development, M Venkaiah Naidu, discussed the urban development sector in India and #investment opportunities with High Commission officials and representatives from 18 Canadian infrastructure companies. • A delegation of 10 Canadian companies, led by Canadian Trade Commissioners Nicole Lunstead and Shriya Ramachandran, visited Jaipur to explore opportunities in infrastructure development and the #SmartCity agenda. The delegation also visited Mahindra World City and met with officials. • A 25-member Indian delegation led by Joint Secretary of India’s Ministry of Mines, Nikunja B. Dhal, visited Canada to explore opportunities to further enhance collaboration in the mining sector and explore additional trade opportunities. Comprised of government officials, senior executives of companies and industry experts, the delegation engaged in meetings with various stakeholders in Canada. Notably, the delegation conducted an “India Day” at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Annual Convention, supported by the India in Canada (Consulate General of India, Toronto). The delegation also discussed the India advantage at a panel discussion hosted by the Canada-India Business Council (C-IBC) and Ryerson University. Facilitating the delegation, Trade Commissioner Saibal Ghosh presented opportunities in the Indian Mining Sector at #PDAC2016 to potential partners from Canada’s mining industry. • Canada's Minister of International Trade, Chrystia Freeland, also met Canadian Trade Commissioners posted in various countries including India at PDAC. Canada’s International Trade - Global Affairs Canada PIB Commerce & Industry, Government of India Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India Indian Diplomacy India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa)

Published Canada in India (High Commission of Canada) on 2016-06-07 11:21:10 GMT

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Published Sundar Karuna on 2016-06-04 04:25:33 GMT

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Published India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) on 2016-06-02 14:49:28 GMT

Last week, High Commissioner Nadir Patel shared his insights on a roadmap for global education collaboration at a conference organized by the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute (SICI). Additionally, officers from the High Commission joined officials from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and various universities in India at SICI's Member Council and Annual General Meeting at Habitat World, India Habitat Centre. Did you know? SICI named after former Prime Minister of India, Lal Bahadur Shastri, works toward strengthening intellectual and cultural linkages between Canada and India by supporting research, dialogue and faculty and student exchange. SICI offers grants to Indian and Canadian students and researchers to undertake programs. Through its offices in Calgary and New Delhi, SICI maintains close ties with the academia in both countries. SICI members include premier academic institutions, 51 in India and 38 in Canada. For information about SICI and its programs, visit: http://bit.ly/1WYCwu6 Canada’s Foreign Policy—Global Affairs Canada Canada’s International Trade - Global Affairs Canada Indian Diplomacy India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) #StudentMobility

Published Canada in India (High Commission of Canada) on 2016-06-01 14:56:23 GMT

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Published India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) on 2016-05-30 13:55:58 GMT

We are looking for the Volunteers for the High Commission's event of International yoga Day! Please send us email: president@gcaottawa.ca or register http://www.gcaottawa.ca/contact-us/volunteer-form/

Published Bharati Desai on 2016-05-29 02:12:06 GMT

The High Commission of India, Ottawa cordially invites you to a session of Yoga & Wellness, At the Centurion Conference & Event Center (170 Colonnade Rd. Ottawa—Tel: 613-727-1044) on 26th June 2016 from 0900 to 1430 hrs. Highlights: • Yoga session with qualified instructors • Cultural programme • Light Indian Lunch • Limited spots on first come first served basis • Contribution $10 per person

Published Hci Ottawa on 2016-05-27 23:31:48 GMT

Published India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) on 2016-05-27 23:20:01 GMT

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Published India in Canada (High Commission of India, Ottawa) on 2016-05-25 18:08:37 GMT

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