Bridge India media interviews

Diaspora: Bridge India members in the media

Bridge India members recently appeared in the media via various Indian news channels such as Aaj Tak and NDTV . They also appeared on BBC to talk about a range of...

Dr Kamini Gupta Incredible India soft power event

India’s Soft Power: Empowering people to share their ‘Incredible Indian’ story

India’s soft power has increasingly enabled Indians to share their “Incredible India” and “Incredible Indian” stories. Does India do enough or is it underselling itself? This article follows on from...

Mira Kaushik OBE

India’s Soft Power – A long shot perspective

Ahead of Bridge India’s event on Brand India, The Soft Power Evolution in conjunction with King’s College London on 1 May 2019, panelist Mira Kaushik OBE shares her thoughts on...

Educate the men and empower the women: view from the West

‘We are on the eve of general elections in India and these elections will absorb attention.  But the elections will soon be over- and then? The coming year is likely...

Indian diaspora survey

In The Press: Diaspora survey finds NRIs ‘frustrated’ at restricted voting rights

Non-resident Indians (NRIs) across the UK and Europe are overwhelmingly in favour of being able to vote through their local consulates or embassies, according to a survey conducted ahead of the General elections in India....

Cauvery

Cauvery water dispute: Economic, Social or Political?

“Water is our common present and future, it is the invaluable heritage of our children” In 2006, reinforcing the urgent need of judicious water usage, President of Mexico, Vincent Fox...

Indian diaspora survey

Bridge India Annual Diaspora Survey

We are delighted to present our inaugural Bridge India Annual Diaspora survey. ***The survey is now closed. Email us at contact@bridgeindia.org.uk to find out about options to partner with the...

Washington

A Restrained Foreign Policy is Becoming More Popular in Washington

Donald Trump’s pull out of Syria, the Senate’s recent vote to end American support for the Saudi War in Yemen, and Tulsi Gabbard’s announcement that she may run for President...

Rohingya in Delhi

Who are the “boat people”? Where did they come from?

With tears rolling down, a Rohingya Muslim woman in her tattered cotton sari explained her plight of living as a refugee in Delhi. The capital city of India, alone hosts...

"You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty."

– Mahatma Gandhi