India Canada Biz Digest Delivering news impacting Indo-Canadian trade relations Issued by the High Commission of India, Ottawa Week of 28st Feb – 6th Mar 2018 Click here to read India Canada Biz Digest Issue #36
New Delhi: IT services provider Tech Mahindra will invest CAD ~100 million (~5.1 billion) in Canada over the next five years to establish a centre of excellence, which will work on major technologies… More
The new campus, which is scheduled to open in July of this year, will be housed at the Mackichan complex of Wilson College in Mumbai, the most populous city in India. Students who attend the new program will also have
Pictured here is BCIBN President Vivek Savkur with Hon.Carole James, Minister of Finance & Dy. Premier of British Columbia at the Surrey Board of Trade today.
FROM L TO R: AJAY PATEL ( Langara College) ; CATHERINE SAS ( Ex-President BCIBN) ; TARUN KHULLAR (Exec. Director Pacific Link College); Dr. LANE TROTTER( President Langara College).
VANCOUVER, January 30, 2018 – Air Canada today announced that its current seasonal non-stop Vancouver-Delhi flights will become year-round starting June 8, 2018. These flights are now available for purchase at aircanada.com, through the Air Canada app and through travel
In an interview with ET Now at Davos, Bob Dudley , CEO, BP , says under Prime Minister Modi, we have seen a great deal of enthusiasm and we are making big commitments to invest billions of dollars now. Read
The Vancouver Economic Commission boasts Vancouver has the largest cluster of Visual effects (VFX) and Animation studios in the world. The Vancouver visual effects community is already home to over 60 studios and the numbers keep growing. British Columbia’s expected
Tata Motors launched the future of mass public transportation at its Pune facility and took another step in the direction of green technology and mobility solutions. The company launched the Starbus Electric 9m, Starbus Electric 12m and the Starbus Hybrid
Among the issues discussed at the Sixth Indo-Canadian Legal Forum were extradition proceedings, environmental courts in India, and alternate dispute resolution mechanisms in the two countries. Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra and his Canadian counterpart Beverley McLachlin (seated