Ambassador Dr Martin Ney visits Kolkata from 7th-8th December
German Ambassador to India, Dr Martin Ney, was the Guest of Honour at Indo-German Chamber of Commerce’s (IGCC) Annual Meeting of Members 2016, Eastern Region, on 7th December in the garden of the German Consulate-General, Kolkata.
Uwe Beckmeyer, Parliamentary State Secretary, German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, visited New Delhi with a high-ranking business delegation from the defence sector between 4th and 7th December.
Rev Dr. Paul Swarup about his trip to Germany, what he relearnt about Martin Luther and what makes Germany a very special country.
On 8th December, Dr. Gabriele Ney, Ambassador Dr Martin Ney’s wife, together with children from the Kindergarten and the Primary School of the German School New Delhi brought presents to the Wazirabad school.
The German Embassy New Delhi held a media reception on 7th December.
Dr Gabriele Ney, wife of Ambassador Dr Martin Ney, presented a traditional gingerbread house to the children of the first class of the German School New Delhi on 5th December.
With over 40 foreign ministers, almost 80 delegations and 400 journalists – the world’s largest regional security organisation, OSCE, is coming to Hamburg. OSCE Ministerial Council is meeting in the Hanseatic City from 7th to 9th December.
The ministers of foreign affairs of the NATO states met in Brussels on 6th & 7th December, with a focus on getting NATO into better shape to meet the altered global security situation. In this context, agreement was reached on improving cooperation between NATO and the EU.
Germany fellowships for Indian journalists for 2017
Indian journalists can now apply for the Media Ambassadors India-Germany fellowship programme by Robert Bosch Stiftung in cooperation with Center for Media Competence at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen. Successful candidates will visit Germany from May to July 2017.
Application deadline is 15th December 2016.
Germany fellowships for Indian journalists for 2017 [pdf, 138.15k]