German Cooking? German Cooking!
'The German Table' is India’s first book on German Cuisine. Carefully compiled by Eliese Steiner, the German Ambassador’s wife, it takes the reader on a modern food journey through Germany’s traditions and culture, but also the young trends of a vibrant nation. Old and new stories accompany every recipe, ensuring the perfect discovery of contemporary food culture between the Baltic Sea shore and the Alps. And it's also fun. Enjoy!
On Tuesday, 30th June, Federal Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier, Federal Minister of Defence Ursula von der Leyen and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg celebrated the 60th anniversary of Germany’s NATO membership with a joint ceremony in Berlin.
Germany is hosting a session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee for the second time since the entry into force of the UNESCO Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage. It is taking place in Bonn from 28th June to 8th July.
It wasn't a shoot-out, but it was penalties that decided another Germany game in the Women's World Cup. The US overcoming Silvia Neid's side with two goals in the second-half in Montreal.
The 65th Lindau Nobel Meeting has opened with a call for debate and ethics in science from the German president. Young scientists are here to exchange ideas with Nobel Laureates.
After a span of three years, German Ambassador to India, Michael Steiner, and his wife Eliese are bidding farewell to India. On 25th June they “served the last course” to a big crowd of Indian and German friends at their Residence in New Delhi.
After three days of spirited discussions, thousands of tweets and many best practice journalism sessions, DW’s Global Media Forum wrapped up in Bonn on 24th June and provided a glimpse of what to expect next year.
IGSTC calls for pre-proposals
Indo-German Science & Technology Centre (IGSTC), a joint initiative of Government of India (DST) and Government of Germany (BMBF) to promote research partnership of industrial relevance invites Pre-Proposals for joint R&D projects of industrial relevance in 2+2 mode of partnership. Deadline for Submitting Pre-Proposals is July 03, 2015.
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Call for Entries
To encourage environmental journalism in India, GIZ India along with IFAT India, and under the patronage of the German Embassy, has been organising the All India Environmental Journalism Competition since 2013. The third All India Environmental Journalism Competition 2015 is being organised in association with IFAT India, ICLEI South Asia, The Third Pole, Asian College of Journalism and DW Akademie. Last date for submission of entries is August 15, 2015. For more details on how to participate, please click
If you are a prospective leader from Brazil, China, India, Russia or the USA and have already acquired initial leadership experience, if you work in a sector such as politics, economics, the media, administration and culture and would be interested in spending a year working on a project you have developed yourself with a host of your choice in Germany, then apply for 'The German Chancellor Fellowship' for tomorrow's leaders. Application Deadline is September 15, 2015.