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Dec 08, 2019
UK general election: Indian-origin candidates favoured for good showing, next Parliament likely most diverse ever, says British think-tankNext week's election looks set for a hike on that number, with Labour's Navendru Mishra and Conservatives' Gagan Mohindra
Nov 13, 2019
Britain's Labour Party's U-turn over Kashmir issue reveals growing clout of Indian diaspora that supports Narendra Modi's policiesThe Chair of the Labour Party, Ian Lavery, issued a letter on Monday acknowledging the 'sensitivities' that exist over the situation in Kashmir.
Sep 25, 2017
Hindu council of Australia holds peaceful protest over controversial Lord Ganesha advertisementHindu groups in Australia have held peaceful demonstrations against a controversial advertisement which they described as "insulting"
Aug 05, 2017
US-based BJP affiliate to seek support from Indian-Americans for 2019 LS pollsAn overseas group affiliated to the ruling BJP has begun galvanising support among the strong Indian-American community for the upcoming polls and recently organised an event to mark three years of the government.
Sep 29, 2014
Voting rights and lot more: What American Indians are demanding of PM ModiNRIs should be granted voting rights. This can be done either by mail or by voting in the respective nearest consulate," a memorandum submitted to Modi in a meeting with Overseas Friends of BJP (OFBJP) delegation said yesterday.
Feb 11, 2014
Nancy Powell to meet Modi: US boycott to end soon?US Ambassador to India Nancy Powell plans to meet Narendra Modi, signalling a shift in America's stand towards the BJP's prime ministerial candidate in connection with 2002 Gujarat riots.
Jan 06, 2014
Indian-Americans to make phone calls to garner support for BJPOverseas Friends of BJP has decided to create an army of Indian-American volunteers to call their friends and relatives back home seeking their support for Narendra Modi in the next Lok Sabha polls.
Mar 07, 2013
Modi ignores Wharton snub, flits to a new US audienceModi is expected to fill two auditoriums in New Jersey and Chicago when he gives a live speech to the Indian diaspora organised by the US-based members of the Overseas Friends of BJP.