Articles tagged under: Kenya
March 30, 2018
Bhuj: Double engine is working for good of Kutch, the State and the Centre, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his live video address to Kutchi Leuva Patel community settled in Kenya.
The Prime Minister spoke about how Sardar Sarovar reservoir water has reached Tappar dam far in Kutch. He said pre-feasibility report has been handed over to the government for starting a Ro-Ro ferry service connecting Kutch and Jamnagar through coastal route. This will reduce the distance between Kutch and S...Read More
March 29, 2018
Bhuj: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to address the Gujarati Kutchi Leva Patel community in Kenya via video conference on March 30th on the occasion of 25th anniversary of Nairobi based Shree Cutchi Leva Patel Samaj - Nairobi West.The Prime Minister will address the gathering at 12.30 am IST from his residence in Delhi for which Kutch Lok Sabha MP Vinod Chavda is coordinating.
July 12, 2016
Nairobi:Seeking to bolster their ties, India and Kenya today decided to deepen and expand cooperation in a wide range of areas as they signed seven pacts, including in the field of defence and security and avoidance of double taxation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after his talks with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta here, also announced extension of concessional Line of Credit (LOC) of USD 44.95 million to the African nation to help it in development of small and medium enterprises and texti...Read More
July 10, 2016
Nairobi, Kenya: Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today arrived at Nairboi in Kenya, the last destination of his four-nation Africa visit. Shri Modi's first major engagement in Kenya is community address at Kasarani Stadium where 20,000 strong diaspora has gathered to listen to him. In a very special gesture, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has joined Indian Prime minister at Kasarani Stadium.
July 02, 2016
Bhuj: Kutchi Gujaratis settled in Kenya will give grand reception to Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in Nairobi.
There are about 12,000 Kutchi Gujaratis settled in Kenya, of which about 7,000 have registered for Modi's public function in football ground. The event at Kasrani stadium is scheduled at 5.00 pm.
A committee titled as 'Karibu Kenya Modiji' has been formed under Kutch origin Ramjibhai Vekaria. Other than Kutchis, there are Jains, Sikhs and Ismaili Khojas involved in prep...Read More
August 06, 2015
Six Indian distance runners are all set to travel to Kenya for a five-week training at Iten as part of the joint initiative by the Sports Authority of India, Procam International and Global Sports Communication.
Their trip is part of the Elite Distance Running Programme launched in Bhopal last year to promote middle and long distance running at the grassroots, a release said today.
The six athletes are brother-sister duo Abishek and Phoolan Pal (Uttar Pradesh), Harshad Mhatre...Read More
November 15, 2013
Ahmedabad, 15 November 2013
Following recent attack on a mall in Kenya, the Ahmedabad city police has asked mall owners to install CCTV cameras with video/audio recording facilities at exit gate and on the back side of the mall. Cameras will need to have following specification: colour-image, I.P.base, 1.3 mega pixel with night vision capability, data storage-15 days minimum.
All vehicles including cars and two-wheelers will need to be checked and all the persons sittin...Read More
September 23, 2013
Gandhinagar, 23 September 2013
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today sent an urgent letter to Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to use his good offices and take all possible adequate and effective steps to ensure safety of Indian including Gujarati victims of the recent terrorist attack in Nairobi.
Mr. Modi in his letter said that that several innocent Indians have been killed or injured in the inhuman terrorist attack. With their families feeling insecure, he ...Read More
September 22, 2013
By Rupang Bhatt, Ahmedabad, 22 September 2013
Here is an attempt to compare how Indian Prime Minister, and Gujarat Chief Minister responded to Today's Nairobi mall attack in which some Indians/persons of Indian origin are also injured and killed:
Following are the tweets by Shri Narendra Modi that give idea about his response to Nairbi terror attack:
Appreciation, recognition, pride, encouragement, positivity, Gujaratis run hospital - Modi prefers to use the word...Read More
September 22, 2013
Ahmedabad, 22 September 2013
At least four Gujaratis are believed to be injured/killed in Nairobi mall attack.Three of them are women from Jamnagar and Dwarka districts, one is from Bhuj. Exact toll will be known only after normalization of situation there and official list is announced. The ministry of External Affairs in India confirms death of two Indians, and injury to four.
DeshGujarat talked to a Gujarati NRI in Nairobi. The gentleman said that many more Guj...Read More
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