As Canada marks the 150th anniversary of Canada Day on July 1st this year, we take a look at the legacy of Indo-Canadian Relations. Canada and India are set apart by more than 11000kms, one is closer to the icy arctic centre, the other to the warmth of the equator. Yet, the two countries share a robust and steady bond. In fact, the first set of Indian immigrants travelled to ...

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Last week, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi concluded his Europe trip in France, where he met the country’s newly elected President, Emmanuel Macron. Climate change and commitment to counter growing terrorism were the key topics of discussion at the meeting held at the Élysée Palace. Fighting Terrorism Even as disheartening incidents of terror have increased across the wo ...

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On Tuesday, 21st March, the Arsha Consulting team, along with their CEO and President of the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC) in Bangalore, Renato Cudicio attended the ‘Invest in India’ conference. The event, jointly organised by the Canadian Consulate and the ICBC, was part of a road show covering 4 major Indian cities, starting with Bangalore, then Pune, Mumbai, and fina ...

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The Invest in Canada conference will take place tomorrow, 21st March in Bangalore and is jointly organised by the Canadian Consulate in Bangalore, the Indo-Canadian Chamber of Commerce (ICBC) and the Bangalore Chamber of Industry and Commerce (BCIC).This event will present to Indian companies, the possibilities of investing in Canada and how to access this market. The conferenc ...

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India is a country that’s racing into its tomorrow, growing at a dizzying pace in every respect. Its burgeoning economy is contained in the stark reality of its ever-growing cities. Each year millions migrate from the country’s rural parts to its cities in search of jobs and a better life. According to estimates by 2030 India’s cities will be home to 40% of its population and w ...

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It is the world’s cities that are today the hub of human activity. More than half of the world’s population lives in cities now and this number is only surging further. So, how our cities grow under this tremendous pressure is a concern that affects us all.It is no wonder then that cities were a topic of discussion at the World Economic Forum that saw business and political lea ...

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Jean-Marc Ayrault, French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development is currently in Bangalore on a four-day official visit to India. He began his visit on Sunday, with a meeting with Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi with the aim to strengthen bilateral ties between India and France. They discussed various issues concerning the two countries including defence ...

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In an economic milestone, India, the world’s largest democracy has overtaken Britain to become the world’s sixth largest economy now. The country has achieved this lead over the UK for the first time in 150 years. Its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is only behind that of the US, China, Japan, Germany and France.A key reason for this development has been the slump in the English e ...

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Earlier this month two of the world’s largest democracies – India and the United States–exchanged strategic ‘handshakes’ even as India was designated as a ‘Major Defence Partner’ of the US. The outgoing US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter was in India where this unique status was bestowed on it strengthening bilateral ties between the countries. The status will mean deeper co ...

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A host of factors including tax competitiveness, lower Canadian dollar, political stability as well as a merger boom makes Canada the right destination to invest in, say Kasi V.P. Rao and Raj S. Sahni, representatives from the Canadian Law firm Bennett Jones. We caught up with the duo on their stopover in Bangalore.The informative roundtable in Bangalore was hosted by Jennifer ...

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