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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.
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.
Today is the International Museum Day which celebrates the cultural importance of museums worldwide.
The Embassy will remain closed on 17th of May, as we celebrate Norway’s Constitution Day.
Norway’s longstanding efforts in developing sustainable solutions for the environment have finally been rewarded: Oslo will be the European Green Capital of 2019!
In January, Himalayan yak herders travelled across the globe to meet reindeer herders from the Arctic. Together they discussed how to combat climate change.
Last week, the Embassy and Innovation Norway travelled to Himachal Pradesh with a Norwegian business delegation. The objective of the trip was to explore commercial opportunities in the renewable energy sector.
If you are in a hard-to-reach place and fall ill, immediate health assistance may be crucial. A project that works to develop ambulance drones may revolutionize Norwegian health care services.
The fjords of Norway will soon experience a historic green shift: The Norwegian parliament has passed a resolution to make its fjords emission-free by 2026.
How fulfilling to save lives! Read the experience of a ‘hero’ nurse from Madhya Pradesh, whose skills have saved many mothers and newborn lives.
Every minute, fifteen tons of plastic ends up in the ocean. These dramatic numbers may seem unfathomable, but that doesn’t mean we cannot do anything about it.
Globally, print media is declining. That doesn’t mean that the newspaper is dead: Norway is world-leading in digital subscriptions of online news.
Soon, the streets of Lillehammer will be filled with people and literature from all over the world: It’s time for this year’s Norwegian Literature Festival!
Some of the cleanest cities in the world are in Norway. Yesterday, Ambassador Kamsvåg was interviewed by the TV news channel WION, discussing how Norway has succeeded in combatting pollution.