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In March 2018 (12th – 18th) companies will have the opportunity to be part of the UK trade mission and pavilion at Medical Fair India 2018. The Association of British Healthcare Industries (ABHI) and the Department for International Trade (DIT) have partnered up this year to hold […]

Air India has recently increased the frequency of flights from Birmingham Airport to Amritsar, located in the state of Punjab, India. The decision to increase the flights’ frequency was taken on 5th May; just few months after these non-stop flights were launched. Flights now operate […]

With the recent election giving a clear mandate to the Narendra Modi–led, BJP party, India is expected to undergo a major transformation in business policy, with a slew of business friendly measures and a longer term view of economic and investment decisions. India’s economy continues […]

Independence Day is an annual celebration on 15th of August as a reminder of the day India got freedom from the British rule after long years of slavery. It has been declared as the National and Gazetted Holiday all across the India in order to independently […]

Birmingham City Council representative took part in a panel discussion on Fair Trade entitled “How Fair is Fair Trade?” in Leipzig, Germany. We were officially invited by our partner city Leipzig. Other participants included representatives of Lyon, another Birmingham’s partner city. The event’s key point was […]

Consul for Jamaica Mr Wade Lyn, CBE was delighted to host Jamaica’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Hon.  Arnaldo Brown M.P. on his second visit to Birmingham.  His visit was primarily to launch the Diaspora Mapping project as well as strengthening […]

Birmingham is vice chair, alongside Vienna who is chair, of a new EUROCITIES taskforce on the EU Urban Agenda. The role of the taskforce is to lead EUROCITIES’ input into the EU urban agenda to ensure that the urban issues are fully recognised and reflected […]

On Monday 12th March, Commonwealth Day was celebrated across the 53 nations that make up the Commonwealth. Birmingham was no exception; the city saw an enthusiastic display of events and ceremonies throughout the day including a flag raising ceremony at the Council House in Victoria […]

Every year, since 1883, The Royal Commonwealth Society organises the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition for youth in all Commonwealth countries. The young people aged 18 and under have a great opportunity to show their creativity and express their thoughts through the written word. This year, […]

The award wining South African Thribhangi Dance Theatre will be performing in several venues in the Midlands from the the 6th to the 13th of May 2016. Their Sukuma (“Stand Up” in Zulu language) show combines the grace of Indian classical Bharatanatyam with the string physicality of […]