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The Embassy of Norway in New Delhi is responsible for the Norwegian Honorary Consulates in Kolkata and Chennai. The Ambassador in New Delhi is also accredited to Bhutan. Norway's Foreign Mission in India also includes the Consulate General in Mumbai.
Involving mothers and families in the caretaking of sick babies is crucial to save lives.
Feeling like life is too speedy at times? Do like the Norwegians: Watch slow TV!
How would our world be affected if there were no trees? The thought of it might sound strange, but it is sadly not far from the truth: Deforestation is on its way, and it may lead to dramatic climate change.
Meet five-year-old Lado, and see how her health improves with the help of the Norway India Partnership Initiative (NIPI).
Last Saturday, the streets of Oslo were filled with people of all colors, nationalities and sexual orientations that came together to celebrate diversity.
How can the Nordic countries collaborate with India? In which fields does the five countries have something to offer – of interest for India? The Ananta Aspen Centre had kindly invited the five ambassadors to give their inputs, and more than 200 peop
For the third year in a row, Norway tops the ranking as the country in the world with least fatal traffic accidents.
Waste management and how to turn waste into resources was on the agenda when Norway’s Minister of International Development, Nikolai Astrup, visited Delhi yesterday.
Over the last 100 years, temperatures in the Arctic have been rising twice as fast as the global average. According to some estimates, the Arctic summer ice cap will completely vanish by the year 2050.
Last fall, Norway’s beloved jelly candy, Laban Seigmenn (“Stretchy Man”) was launched in India. This is the first time the iconic candy has been sold outside Norway, but there is one twist to it: The Stretchy Man has become vegetarian.
We recently celebrated this year’s World Environment Day, which focused on plastic pollution and to keep the oceans clean.
India’s fish and shrimps will soon eat feed produced by a Norwegian company. In a joint venture with India’s West Coast Group, Norway’s Skretting will supply fish feed to the growing Indian aquaculture market.
15th of June, Muslims all over the world celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
With clean and decarbonized economy emerging as a sustainable focus area across India and a strong business expertise for Norway, Innovation Norway along with Tata Power Trading recently organized India Norway Clean Energy Week to showcase Norwegian
The last three years, there has been a record decline in India’s Maternal Mortality Rate, from 167 to 130 per 100 000 live births.
Norwegians are not like other people. While people around the world want to spend their time off work with their closest family and friends, many Norwegians have a different wish: Escaping to the woods.
Last week, the Norwegian scholar Francesca Jensenius was awarded the prestigious Nils Klim Prize for her extensive research on Indian politics.
What does single-use plastic bags, bottles, and straws have in common? All of this waste is too often found at beaches, on the bottom of the sea, and inside whales and fish.
One quarter of the world’s neonatal deaths happens in India. The care and nurturing of newborns is crucial to give babies a healthy start on their lives.
Soon, there will be more plastic than fish in our oceans. The need to clean up our oceans is more urgent than ever.
Ambassador Nils Ragnar Kamsvåg recently returned to New Delhi from a trip to Bhutan. Being accredited to the small mountain kingdom as well as to India, Kamsvåg visits “The Land of the Thunder Dragon” once or twice a year.
The CEO of the Norwegian company TOMRA, Stefan Ranstrand, recently visited Hyderabad to discuss India’s potential for plastic bottle recycling.
Beating plastic pollution is at the heart of this year’s World Environmental Day, and a topic that Norway has worked with for years. The Norwegian system for recycling plastic bottles is close to perfect, with a recovery rate of more than 95 percent.
A three-year long successful solar power partnership has ended for Norway and India. Now, Norway’s Statkraft will start its journey into the Indian solar power market on its own.
Good news for our global health: The quality of and access to health care have improved around the world, and Norway’s health care system is among the best!
With several sustainable solutions, our Embassy building is in itself a contribution in making the world a greener place. Now, the Embassy compound is planning to becoming even more environment-friendly – by recycling all our waste.
Following the morning flag-hoisting and family event, we celebrated our National Day with over 600 of our key contacts and guests in the Embassy garden on 18 May.
The annual ranking of the most competitive economies is out – and Norway is among the top 10 countries!
The Norwegian summer is soon here, and so is the tourist season.
“Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.” Develop trout farming in India, and you create jobs.
Ocean pollution are among our most pressing environmental threats. A new joint EU project aims to combat microplastic pollution in the ocean with help from an unexpected species: The jellyfish.
In Norway, the 17th of May is characterized by magnificent parades, band music and children eating an overload of hot dogs and ice cream.