Events Archive

BONOUR INDIA INTER-SCHOOL FRENCH FESTIVAL

Following the launch of Bonjour India – incubating dreams, ideas and projects which aim to move the partnership between India and France into the future, 80 schools in India are participating in the Bonjour India Interschool French Festival spread across over 21 key cities. The Interschool festival gives Indian secondary and senior secondary institutions an

Fostering professional Barista Skills at the 3rd International Barista Championship for College Students

–       Top 9 student competitors from China, Singapore and UK pit their Barista skills against one another to deliver the perfect ‘Cuppa’ –   India, 24th November 2017 – The Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) was proud to host the 3rd International Barista Championship for College Students. The final nine top student competitors from

Bavarian Soul presents Erdinger Huette, the first ever one of its kind modular pop up in India

On 17th November 2017 India welcomed the first ever mobile pop up- Erdinger Huette in Mumbai. The event saw an amazing turn out of guests dining and sipping on the beer in the German hut set up while enjoying music that set the right tone for the evening. Guests were seen enjoying the Bavarian experience

AGP WORLD PRESENTS NICOLAI FRIEDRICH, THE BEST MENTALIST IN THE WORLD

The Master of Illusion brings his brand of magic and charm to the National Capital Region AGP World, the renowned production house presents, the highly acclaimed German mentalist, Nicolai Friedrich, at the Orana Conventions, India Culture Centre in Gurugram on Sunday 26th November 2017. The famed German magician and mentalist, brings with him his repertoire

University of Michigan celebrates 200 years with Indian alumni at Mumbai

Mumbai, November 20, 2017: The University of Michigan celebrated it’s 200th anniversary with its Indian alumni at a special event in Mumbai on 18th November, 2017. James Holloway, Vice Provost for Global Engagement and Interdisciplinary Academic Affairs, said that the university wants to celebrate its bicentennial with alumni around the world. The Indian alumni are

PMI Mumbai Chapter Organizes its Ninth Project Management Conclave in Mumbai

  Mumbai, November 20, 2017: PMI Mumbai Chapter, inaugurated its ninth Project Management Conclave themed as “PM in an era of disruption” in Mumbai today. The event was held at Holiday Inn, Andheri East and inaugurated by Raj Kalady, Managing Director, PMI India. The chapter has been organizing and hosting the Conclave since 2007 with

Emerging Tech Hub Gurgaon Hosts NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2017

NASSCOM awarded the winners of the NATC Hackathon on using machine learning to make India smarter 17th November, Gurgaon: The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) today hosted the 4th NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference (NATC) in the city. The 2017 edition of the megaevent was themed ‘Preparing to Disrupt’, a knowledge-sharing platform for

Painless glucose monitoring and 12 other science innovations at Slush, Helsinki

The University of Helsinki is going to the start-up convention Slush to show off innovations from various fields of top research. The most topical projects are GlucoModicum, Biodecon, Moprim and Nanojet. The University of Helsinki’s HiLIFE institute is bringing life sciences to the Slush Y Science event. The University of Helsinki conducts world-class research that

Corporate social responsibility practices play integral role in business: Sweden’s Ambassador for CSR

  Arabia CSR Network organizes exclusive roundtable discussion highlighting Sweden’s and global CSR trends in collaboration with Swedish Business Council and Embassy of Sweden   UAE, November 13, 2017 – Arabia CSR Network, the Middle East region’s leading training service provider and think tank, recently organized a roundtable discussion held at The Sustainable City in

India cannot afford to ignore its 35 mn youth with disabilities: National Convention of Youth with Disabilities.

  For young Pratishtha Deveshwar, finding an accessible accommodation to live in with an automated wheelchair has been expensive. She has costs that students without disabilities don’t. Besides, traveling around the city, with cabs that cancel when told she is a wheelchair user is frustrating. But her spirit and family’s support keeps her going.