Chris Wright, the chairman of Faradion, with the sodium-ion electric car battery developed by the company. Photograph Adrian Sherratt

The Future of Clean Transportation: Sodium-ion Batteries

The lithium-ion battery is the highest energy density battery technology currently in existence commercially. It is no surprise that for electric vehicle (eV) applications, it is the go-to battery around...

Are electric vehicles about to take off in India?

In partnership with: India turns to electric vehicles despite lacking both technology and minerals to produce them, risking the spectre of Chinese domination in the process. In April, Reuters reported that automakers...

UK can help PM Modi deliver in India

The recent election in India was seen as a referendum on the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and his party, the BJP. Although he had struggled to deliver on promises...

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Bridge India’s submission to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee

Bridge India is pleased to share with you our recently published submission to the Foreign Affairs Committee’s “Global Britain and India” inquiry. The Parliamentary Committee set up the inquiry to take stock...

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  • Date July 1, 2019
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The state of British-Indian philanthropy

If you are clued up on philanthropic giving, it’s safe to say you will have heard of IT billionaire Azim Premji. The tech mogul recently confirmed his place as one...

India Elections 2019

Elections Through the Looking-Glass

After a few years basking in the limelight for their ostensible investor-friendly dispensation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seem to be losing their glitz and...

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PRESS RELEASE: Bridge India diaspora survey of NRIs and OCIs finds significant support for BJP, better NRI voting rights

LONDON, 08 April 2019: Results from Bridge India’s first annual diaspora survey show that NRIs and OCIs in the UK would overwhelmingly vote for the BJP if they had the...

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  • Date April 8, 2019
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Religious groups are adopting renewable energy in India, but more can be done

Miami. New York. Tokyo. London. Shanghai. Hong Kong. These are some of the most at-risk cities in terms of total projected losses due to climate change in the coming decades....

How can we influence the next generation to have a connection with India when we don’t have one ourselves?

Each month at least four young British-Indians who want to serve in India reach out to me for advice on how they go about doing so. However, whilst young diaspora...

"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