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Publicity Hungry State Ministers Imperil the Country

By Shivalingaiah H N | 4 days ago

Undoubtedly the Corona warriors are in the following order : medical workers consisting of Doctors, paramedical staff and the safai karmacharis (sanitation workers) and then police personnel and administrators and supporting staff. A very large number of Corona warriors have suffered the infection as a professional hazard and out of these 400 doctors alone have…

Political Parties Oppose New Farm Reforms

By Shivalingaiah H N | 7 days ago

Fringe political parties with almost nothing to do with farmers’ issues have been creating havoc over the Farm Bills – the Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill. These include the urbanised, Delhi bound Kejriwal’s AAP whose Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh created an unholy rukus while opposing the bill in the Rajya…

Indian Author Nominated for France’s First Novel Prize

By Team India Se | 3 weeks ago

Two weeks after his bestselling novel Land Where I Flee made the long list of the Emile Guimet Prize, Nepali-Indian author Prajwal Parajuly is back in the news again. Fuir et Revenir, the French translation of his book by Benoîte Dauvergne is now nominated for France’s First Novel Prize. Also on the list is Man…

Baring Private Equity Asia Partners with CFS and SINDA give financial relief to Singapore’s hardest-hit by COVID-19

By Team India Se | 3 weeks ago

One of Asia’s largest independent alternative investment firms donated S$1 million to COVID-19-impacted individuals through CFS’s Sayang Sayang Fund and the #SINDACares initiative. SINDA presented an additional $326k from community-led donations for migrant worker relief Baring Private Equity Asia (“BPEA”) joins a nation-wide COVID-19 relief effort by donating S$1 million to support local relief initiatives…

Indian Heritage Centre Organises First Digital Culturefest

By Team India Se | 4 weeks ago

The Indian Heritage Centre’s (IHC) first digital edition of IHC CultureFest showcases the diversity of Indian arts, culture and heritage in Singapore through the lens of the epic literary work the Ramayana. The eclectic line-up of online programmes includes cultural performances, panel discussions, workshops, storytelling sessions and cooking demonstrations. They will explore a wide variety…

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Festivities This April @ Little India

Little India comes alive during the festive season and this April there will be more excitement as it coincides with the Tamil New Year. Organised by the Little India Shopkeepers and Heritage Association along with 16 other Indian ethnic associations/societies , the festival will present various aspects of Indian culture, practices, traditions, rituals and arts.…

La Martiniere College, Lucknow: The only school to have won Battle Honours

La Martiniere College for boys in Lucknow, India, has a unique distinction. While a number of schools around the world have been awarded battle colours in recognition of their alumni serving in armies, La Martiniere is the only school in the world to have won Battle Honours. Founded by the French adventurer Major-General Claud Martin…

India Se’s Founder MD has been a long-time spokesman for Singapore Promise

India Se Media Managing Director and former Straits Times journalist Shobha Tsering Bhalla had the honour of being chosen to be a poster girl and spokesperson for Singapore Promise, about the journey to Singapore citizenship. This is a video where she speaks about the Singapore Promise. “You know why it feels good to be a…

Seema Punwani’s novel Cross Connection launched by India Se

India Se continues to hold its own in a difficult market like Singapore where the media is dominated by government monopolies and only 10 per cent is left to other players, said India Se Media Managing Director Shobha Tsering Bhalla. “India Se is more than a magazine,” she said. “We have a digital presence, an…