German-Indian Roundtable, Pune

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The German-Indian Round Table (GIRT) was set up by Rudolf Weigler in 2001 and represents an affiliation of people with a strong economic and individual interest in India.

The goal of GIRT is to obtain information about India and the nurturing of the German-Indo economic relations. In addition to this, cultural and social indian-activities  are also supported through the German-Indian Stammtisch. Establishment of further Stammtische is being worked upon.

The information-radius of the GIRT comprises of about 3,000 people from the German-Indo economic scene.

The heads and the speaker of GIRT carry out their activities on an honoraray basis.

Dr. Andreas Waldraff from Berlin is the speaker of the German-India Round Table Since February 2010.


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