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Global Indian | Good Reads

 Top reads curated from the internet 

#1
Tracing Parsis and their monotheism
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#2
Elite mindset is not going to solve jobs issue
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#3Narendra Modi
Tectonic shift: Can Modi turn into new Vajpayee?
Reading Time: 10 Minutes
#4Singapore Airlines and Qatar Airways faced significant turbulence on air
Is climate change behind more frequent and severe turbulence faced by aircrafts?
#5Indians Living Abroad
Millions of Indians Living Abroad Have a Say in the Election, Even if They Can’t Vote
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#6AI anchors
DD Kisan deploys two AI anchors
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Tracing Parsis and their monotheism

This article first appeared in the The Hindu on June 14, 2024

  • The Parsi community is the transition zone between the monotheistic and polytheistic mythologies of West and South Asia. One finds the agiary on the western coast of India, in Mumbai and towns such as Sanjan and Diu in Gujarat. These fire temples of the Zoroastrians, frequented by those who call themselves Parsis or the people of Persia, are distinguished by their unique artwork that evokes memories of ancient Mesopotamia: giant winged bulls with human heads, and birds with human torso and head...

 

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Elite mindset is not going to solve jobs issue

This article first appeared in the The Times of India on June 09, 2024

  • Pundits are going to be busy analysing the messages from this election for a while, but it is already apparent that economic distress and lack of jobs are critical issues. Young India wants jobs more than temples...

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Narendra Modi

Tectonic shift: Can Modi turn into new Vajpayee?

This article first appeared in the Deccan Chronicle on June 09, 2024 Today, the Narendra Modi 3.0 government will take oath. But this time, it will be a coalition government. While the reasons for the below-expectation performance of the BJP have been analyzed at length, the real issue ahead is, whether Mr Modi is temperamentally capable of running a coalition government?

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Is climate change behind more frequent and severe turbulence faced by aircrafts?

This article first appeared in the Indian Express on May 31, 2024

Recently, two flights of Singapore Airlines and Qatar Airways faced significant turbulence on air. What exactly impacts such cases, and when can serious injuries happen? Could such incidents become more common?

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Indians Living Abroad

Millions of Indians Living Abroad Have a Say in the Election, Even if They Can’t Vote

This article first appeared in the New York Times on May 30, 2024

The dishes at a community center potluck for Indian expatriates near Washington, D.C., ranged from chana masala, a popular northern Indian chickpea curry, to idli, a southern Indian rice cake. The guests’ views on India’s general election were equally varied. Some praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s economic achievements. Supporters of candidates challenging Mr. Modi’s party criticized what they saw as his disregard for minorities and democratic norms.

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AI anchors

DD Kisan deploys two AI anchors

This article first appeared in the Hindu on May 27, 2024 DD Kisan deployed two Artificial Intelligence anchors on Sunday as part of the initiative to present the television channel in a new avatar. The anchors have been named as ‘AI Krish’ and ‘AI Bhoomi’, and can speak in 50 Indian and foreign languages.

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Global Indian | World in Numbers

Statistically speaking

$655.8 Billion

The value of RBI’s foreign exchange reserves after it touched a fresh high for the second consecutive time in the week ended June 7, Central Bank data showed.

$1 Million

The value of investment that Swedish sustainable mobility company Clean Motion is making in India’s EV Market giving a boost to Make in India initiative of the country.

$500 Million

Deal has been awarded to Indian conglomerate Wipro by a leading US communication service provider to offer managed services and some industry-specific solutions.

100 Metric tonnes of gold

Stored in the UK has been moved by RBI to domestic vaults in FY2024. This is one of the largest movements of gold by India since 1991.

35 Million

Is the strength of Indians living abroad, including NRIs and PIOs.

15,200 Kilometre

The extent of land borders of India which is double its 7,500-km coastline.

Global Indian | Did You Know? 

Fun facts about India and Global Indians

Indian multinational company TCS has inaugurated the “Bringing Life to Things” lab in Cincinnati, Ohio. This 3,000-square-foot facility aims to expedite the prototyping, experimentation, and large-scale implementation of AI, GenAI, and IoT solutions.

In a first, the Ministry of Railways has directed its production unit to manufacture two high-speed trains capable of achieving speeds of 250 kilometres per hour. Right now, India’s fastest trains, Vande Bharat reach speed of 180 kmph.

America’s President Joe Biden proclaimed the month of June as National Immigrant Heritage Month.

India has overtaken US this year by the number of students to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) as per ETS, a global assessment organization.

Embracing the Indian tradition, female athletes from India are set to wear sarees at Paris Olympics opening ceremony after 8 years.

Google has roped in India’s largest contract manufacturers, Dixon Technologies, to produce its premium Pixel 8 phone.

Publisher’s Corner

Xavier Augustin

Global Indians are highly-skilled and dynamic risk-takers, the drivers of Brand India around the world. The stage is set and it belongs to you. What’s your story?