Developments in foreign direct investments (FDI) in India in the wake of the new government in Delhi is the topic of a panel discussion at law firm Taylor Wessing in Hamburg. The event, co-organized by Taylor Wessing and German-Indian Round Table (GIRT) Hamburg, will take place on November 5, 2015 between 17:30 and 20:00 hours and is a part of the India Week Hamburg 2015.
On request of Dr. Andreas Waldraff, Chairman of German-Indian Round Table (GIRT) we are pleased to inform our members of the 3rd Indo-German Investment Summit that is scheduled to take place on 12th Nov. 2014 in Berlin. GIRT is a cooperation partner of the event.
The Consulate General of India, Hamburg will celebrate the 68th Independence Day of India at its premises on Friday, August 15, 2014, beginning 9:45 AM. All office bearers and members of the Indian and Indo-German Associations / Organisations have been „cordially invited to attend the function“.
The Consulate has also requested such associations and organisations to disseminate this information among the Indian community requesting them to participate in the celebrations. Further details may kindly be taken from the attached file.
Dear friends of GIRT Hamburg,
India is currently witnessing a massive exercise by its citizens, the exercise of a very fundamental, democratic right. According to BBC, “It is the biggest voting event in the world: more than 800 million Indians are going to the polls over six weeks to elect a new government.” The results of this almost gigantic exercise and a hotly contested election would be out on 16th of May.
We cordially invite you to our next meeting of German-Indian Round Table in Hamburg on 26th of May (18:30h). By then we would know which party has won the largest number of seats in the Lok Sabha, the Lower House of India’s Parliament, and hopefully also which alliance of parties is likely to form the next government. With some luck, we might also have a preliminary idea of the policy framework for the next legislature period. Irrespective of which coalition rules in Delhi in the post-election period, we hope for, and expect, new impulses for socio-economic growth.