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Vegetarian festival underway in many provinces

 In Bangkok, Yaowarat is the first place people think of when joining the annual Vegetarian Festival. Each morning, people gradually arrive to shop for a wide variety of products, especially vegetarian food, agricultural protein and fruit at this time of year. However, vendors on the street, say there are fewer people buying vegetarian food this […]

Tourism and Sports Ministry expects 400 foreign visitors in early November

The Minister of Tourism and Sports expects that there will be approximately 400 foreign visitors in early November and expressed his belief that the Bangkok protest situation will not affect their confidence. Mr. Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, Minister of Tourism and Sports, said the Special Tourist VISA lasts 90 days and can be renewed twice. Each renewal […]

Bharat Ko Janiye Quiz 2020-2021

In pursuance of Prime Minister’s announcement, Ministry of External Affairs will be organizing the 3rd edition of the Bharat Ko Janiye Quiz for young overseas Indians (two categories i.e. PIOs and NRIs) and foreign nationals in 2020-21. Register Today   Quiz Details The registration for the Quiz is now open and a Mock Quiz is […]

RCB Film Club’s Next Film-‘Se Busca Novio–Para Mi Mujer’ (‘Looking for a Boyfriend—for my wife’), Chile- Sat 26 Sept, 4:00 pm.

RCB FILM CLUB SECOND FILM OF 2020 ! “SE BUSCA NOVIO… PARA MI MUJER” (“Looking for a Boyfriend… for my Wife”) ( With English sub-titles ) 1 Hr 40 Mins. Directed by Diego Rougier KIND COURTESY: EMBASSY OF CHILE SATURDAY 26 SEPTEMBER, 4:00 PM VENUE:  RCB FORUM (2nd Floor, River City Bangkok) TRAILER: Looking for a […]

India is a constructive, dependable actor globally

Through the pandemic, it has not only met its domestic requirements but taken a range of steps for global good Harsh Vardhan Shringla Covid-19 continues to exact a heavy toll worldwide. In India too, positive cases are rising. However, our effective domestic response has led to a significant improvement in our recovery rate, which is […]

India’s Soft Power as a pillar of Foreign Policy

By Ambassador Yogendra Kumar  The expression “soft power” may be understood in terms of a usable national capacity to advance foreign policy objectives and priorities of a country by non-coercive means. Being an ability to shape a broader narrative in bilateral and multilateral diplomacy, it remains a vital instrument in foreign policy by itself or […]

Visionary Approach By Ambassador Anil Wadhwa

India’s 74th Independence Day on August 15, 2020, is being celebrated as the world is in the grip of an unprecedented pandemic, which has disrupted every aspect of life. Former Ambassador Anil Wadhwa takes stock of the developments that make this a momentous occasion India has not been spared when it comes to the spread […]

United Nations praise Thailand for COVID-19 success

Thailand’s COVID-19 response an example of resilience and solidarity: a UN Resident Coordinator’s Blog In January, Thailand became the second country to confirm a COVID-19 case but, since then, the country has shown remarkable resilience and, as of late July, there had not been any recorded cases of domestic transmission for nearly two months. Gita […]


By Lekha Shankar OMG, am SO delighted to hear that the tough,dynamic,charismatic KAMALA HARRIS is JOE BIDEN’s choice for VICE PRESIDENT-! She has Indian roots ( her researcher-mother emigrated from Madras, South India), Black antecedents ( her economist-father emigrated from Guyana), Jewish connections ( her husband is Jewish),and is the example of the multi-cultural American […]


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