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The African community that is India's hope for an Olympic medal. The Siddis are a community that migrated from East Africa to India between the 15th and 19th century. In 1987, the Sports Authority of India set up the Special Area Games program to scout and train members of the Siddi community to perform as athletes for India on the international stage. Despite the glory they have brought to the nation, the Siddis have to battle racism on a daily basis, often being treated as outsiders in the country that they have given their everything for. The Siddis have now settled primarily in the states of Karnataka, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. They came as merchants, sailors, slaves, and mercenaries, going on to even become rulers. Today, they are India's hope for an Olympic medal in T...
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Suva - 29 August 1. Various of Hindu temple 2. Various of Indians celebrating special festival 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) M Gaumdar, Temple President: "The first question that you have asked regarding the Indian Prime Minister, I would say as an Indian, this country belongs to Fijians - that we've got to admit. And after outright winning that last election by the Labour government coalition I would say, but still though they had the majority, this country should be led by Fijians. This is their country." 4. More of temple Suva - 28 August 5. Various of Suva streets 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop: "To stay in power is the reason. To stay in power is the main point. Everybody wants to stay in power. Racial (relations) are no problem. We were born together. We grew up together. ...
Former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the Indian community would cast the deciding vote in the next general election and pledged that he would uphold their rights if he becomes prime minister again. Dr Mahathir said that during a Ponggal celebration on Sunday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Israel on Monday for his three-day visit. He is the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Israel, making it a historic trip. PM Modi met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin in Tel Aviv. The leaders are seeking to strengthen India-Israel relationship on a range of areas including defence and technology. Wide-ranging delegation-level talks have been planned between the two countries to enhance India-Israel ties in security, agriculture, water, energy and defence, among others. PM Modi and Prime Minister Netanyahu will also discuss measures to counter terrorism and increase cooperation in sharing of intelligence in this regard. Economic, cultural and people-to-people ties are also scheduled to be discussed and a number o...
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It's been just over a week, since the Westgate mall attack in Kenya which left 67 people dead. And many of those victims were of Indian origin, mainly from Gujarat state. Faiz Jamil visits the area which has long had ties with East Africa and where locals just an ocean away, are feeling the effects of this tragedy.
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While the demand for students with computer science skills is rising, our research with Gallup shows that students don't all have equitable access to these skills. Schools like the Indian Community School of Milwaukee leans on a long history of native innovation to lead the charge in their community to arm their students with skills and knowledge that will help them build the future.
(20 Aug 2017) Barcelona's Indian community and a group of Indian shop owners gathered at Las Ramblas on Sunday to pay their respects to the victims of the terror attacks. Indians run many shops in the area. The attack in Barcelona on Thursday, along with another in the seaside resort of Cambrils, left 14 people dead and over 120 injured. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/add93a55928b01e3e2657c70922f49a2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
English/Nat Minority communities across Britain were in a state of shock on Saturday following the third right wing extremist bombing in London in the space of two weeks. The Indian community in Southall, west London, are so concerned they've organised their own patrols. On Saturday, over a hundred volunteers took to the streets to make sure they don't become the next victims of the neo-nazi bombing campaign. The people of Southall have taken the law into their own hands - with the consent of the local police. Organised by the Southall Monitoring Group, they have put together their own patrols of the area, one which many believe could be the next target of the neo-nazi attackers. As well as keeping a vigilant eye, they distributed leaflets to recruit more volunteers. ...