Priyanka Chigurupati:

Taking the Granules India pharma legacy to the US

Mitali Tandon:

The Morning Fresh method

Vivek Narain:

Building an exclusive Global Indian network at The Quorum

Empowering trafficking victims

Putting the world in her lens:

Shweta Gulati

Preet Chandi:

Antarctic triple trekker

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Priyanka Chigurupati:

Taking the Granules India pharma legacy to the US

Mitali Tandon:

The Morning Fresh method

Dr Kiran Narayan and Ankita Sree:

Transforming veg food at Moglu

Empowering trafficking victims

Putting the world in her lens:

Shweta Gulati

Preet Chandi:

Antarctic triple trekker

How Going Abroad Can Transform Your Life |

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Global Indian | Good Reads

 Top reads curated from the internet 

#1
HSBC taps metaverse to win business from India’s rich diaspora
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#2Microsoft’s Satya Nadella
How Microsoft’s Satya Nadella Became Tech’s Steely Eyed A.I. Gambler
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#3India-UK ties to grow incrementally with a fair share of challenges
India-UK ties to grow incrementally with a fair share of challenges
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#4How Hindutva is playing a silent role in British politics
How Hindutva is playing a silent role in British politics
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#5
UK elections: How Indian diaspora has helped Britain become more sensible towards India
#6
Suzuki starts $40 million India fund to help rural startups
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HSBC taps metaverse to win business from India’s rich diaspora

The article first appeared in the Economic Times on June 28, 2024 HSBC Holdings Plc is testing a range of new products and services as part of its push to win a larger share of business from India’s affluent diaspora, who sent more than $100 billion back home last year.

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Microsoft’s Satya Nadella

How Microsoft’s Satya Nadella Became Tech’s Steely Eyed A.I. Gambler

The article first appeared in the New York Times on July 16, 2024 Microsoft’s all-in moment on artificial intelligence has been defined by billions in spending and a C.E.O. counting on technology with huge potential and huge risks.

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India-UK ties to grow incrementally with a fair share of challenges

India-UK ties to grow incrementally with a fair share of challenges

The article first appeared in Economic Times on July 6, 2024 The results of the recent parliamentary elections held in the United Kingdom on July 4, 2024, had been widely expected. The landslide victory of the UK's Labour Party led by Sir Keir Starmer, which won 410 of the 650 seats in the House of Commons with 34% of the popular vote, is a harbinger of popular expectations for change in the way the UK is governed.

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How Hindutva is playing a silent role in British politics

How Hindutva is playing a silent role in British politics

The article first appeared in Scroll on July 6, 2024 Manga was speaking to Scroll in a chai shop in Leicester – the first city in the UK to have a non-White majority. Dominated by South Asians, most of them Gujaratis, Leicester had seen communal disturbances in 2022 following an India-Pakistan cricket match. There were brawls and hostile gangs marching through neighbourhoods as well as an attack on a temple.

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UK elections: How Indian diaspora has helped Britain become more sensible towards India

(The article first appeared in FirstPost on July 6, 2024) Newly-elected British Prime Minister Keir Starmer promises to rid the Labour Party of anti-India sentiments. With party chair Amelia Dodds stating that the centre-left party has ‘cleansed its ranks of any members with extremist views on India’, this shows how critical an asset the Indian diaspora can be...

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Suzuki starts $40 million India fund to help rural startups

(The article first appeared in Japan Times on July 5, 2024)

  • Suzuki launched a $40 million fund in India to invest in small rural businesses as the Japanese automaker aims to improve its presence in one of the world’s fastest-growing markets. Through the fund, called Next Bharat Venture, Suzuki will invest in startups related to agriculture and microfinance, the company said Thursday, adding that it will also provide training to rural entrepreneurs...

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Global Indian | World in Numbers

Statistically speaking

7 Percent

The latest growth forecast for India by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the fiscal year 2025.

14 Indian

Benefactors donated more than ₹100 crore in 2023, which is sharp rise from only two in 2018.

$40 Billion

The amount that Indian companies have invested in the U.S. since 2008, contributing to job creation and R&D efforts.

23,000 Professors

At colleges and universities in the US are Indian-origin.

26 Indian-origin

MPs have been elected in the new House of Commons, UK.

16 Fortune 500 companies

In the US are led by CEOs of Indian origin, which make up approximately five percent ($ 978 billion) of total revenue.

Global Indian | Did You Know? 

Fun facts about India and Global Indians

India’s first overseas Jan Aushadi Kendra got inaugurated in Mauritius. This India-Mauritius health partnership project will supply cost-effective, Made-in-India medicines to augment public healthcare and enhance well-being.

The popular Bengali delicacy, Chingri Malai Curry, was ranked 31 in a list of 50 Best Seafood Dishes in the World, thanks to Taste Atlas.

Airbus is set to establish a Center of Excellence (CoE) and a chair professor for aerospace studies at Gati Shakti Vishwavidyalaya (GSV), India’s first university dedicated to the transportation and logistics sectors located in Vadodara.

Suzuki is investing $40 million fund in an initiative called Next Bharat Venture to uplift small rural businesses. The Japanese automaker aims to improve its presence in India, one of the world’s fastest-growing markets.

PM Narendra Modi was officially awarded Russia's highest civilian honour, the Order of St. Andrew the Apostle the First-Called, by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Sci-fi epic Kalki 2898 AD has become the first Indian film to gross US$11 million in its opening weekend in North America.

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?