National day morning celebrations
Following the grand party on 12 May, we also celebrated National Day the traditional way.
Last January, the world’s best mountain runner Kilian Jornet moved to Norway to conquer seven Norwegian summits in one day armed with nothing but skis and chocolate.
Nordic emergency agreement
This May, the Ambassadors from the Embassies of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden signed a Common Contingency Framework agreement in order to stand better equipped when facing a major accident or natural disaster in India involving citizen
Bhutan: Electrified by Hydropower
In 14 years, Bhutan has gone from being 30 percent to 100 percent electrified.
Norwegian salmon welcomes the diplomatic community
17th May is marked as the Norwegian Constitution day to celebrate the declaration of Norway`s independent constitution 203 years ago.
Scandinavia is the 6th largest market for recorded music in the world
An analysis conducted by Music Norway, based on the newly released Global Music Report, highlights Scandinavia’s impact in the global music market.
Visit to Jammu and Kashmir
Ambassador Nils Ragnar Kamsvåg visited Jammu and Kashmir last week, in order to better understand the economic and political situation in a state with strong potential in tourism and energy.
Velkommen til 17.mai-feiring i New Delhi!
Det er en stor glede for 17.mai-komiteen å invitere alle nordmenn i India til tradisjonell norsk 17.mai-feiring.
Sustaining cultural connections
EqUIP (EU – India Platform for the Social Sciences and Humanities) has pre-announced a new research call inviting scientists from European countries to collaborate with Indian partners to conduct research that addresses key global societal challenges
Norwegian government increases support for sexual and reproductive health
'Norway is one of the largest donors to gender equality and women's health efforts, but the needs in this area are still great.
Norway’s Hunter Troop – The world’s first all-female special force
Since 2014, the Norwegian Armed Forces have been training a special force unit composed exclusively of women, which is called Jegertroppen.