Aarti Sampath:

Battling racism and misogyny to becoming one of New York’s top chefs

Destination Mars:

Priyanka Srivastava helped design NASA’s Mars rover, Perseverance

Niranjan Mukundan:

No challenge can sink can the young para-swimming champ

Rohit Ghai:

The Michelin-starred chef is taking the Indian platter to the world

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Global Indian, A hero’s journey

You can’t win if you don’t even start

Aarti Sampath:

Battling racism and misogyny to becoming one of New York’s top chefs

Destination Mars:

Priyanka Srivastava helped design NASA’s Mars rover, Perseverance

GI walks hand in hand with Global Indians. Game changers who lead by example.
Get on the GI coveted list.

Niranjan Mukundan:

No challenge can sink can the young para-swimming champ

Rohit Ghai:

The Michelin-starred chef is taking the Indian platter to the world

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Global Indian | Good Reads

 Top reads curated from the internet 

#1
Mutant legacy of a British-era law in Manipur – The New Indian Express
Reading Time: 6 mins
#2
Rich-poor divide on clean power is getting wider and hurting the climate fight – The Print
#3Indian startups
Facing the heat: Why start-ups are in trouble – India Today
#4Ankiti Bose global indian
 Startup Led By Indian-Origin Ankiti Bose Turns Into Dumpster Fire – Bloomberg
#5Indian gurus who took yoga to the world
World Yoga Day: Yoga is about making connections, not breaking them – The Indian Express
Reading Time: 8 mins
#6Geetanjali Shree and Daisy Rockwell globalindian
‘We’re both very superstitious’: Geetanjali Shree and Daisy Rockwell get candid about ‘Tomb Of Sand’ – Scroll.in
Reading Time: 8 mins

Mutant legacy of a British-era law in Manipur – The New Indian Express

This article first appeared in The New Indian Express on June 22, 2022 Independent India has followed the British land revenue administration model in Manipur and this has led to friction among the ethnic communities in the region.

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Rich-poor divide on clean power is getting wider and hurting the climate fight – The Print

(This article first appeared in The Print on June 23)

  • To look at the way richer countries are spending money on the energy transition, you might think we’re within reach of bringing climate change under control. Investment in clean energy has only accelerated in the years since Covid-19 struck. In the second half of the last decade, it grew at a 2% annual rate. Since 2020, that’s risen to 12% a year. This year, it will hit $1.4 trillion, the International Energy Agency wrote in its annual investment report Wednesday, putting green power comprehensively ahead of the roughly $1 trillion that’s being spent on fossil fuels...

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15 Reads
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Facing the heat: Why start-ups are in trouble – India Today

(This article first appeared in India Today on June 20)
  • Until just a few months ago, start-ups were the toast of the town. From cab aggregators to food tech firms and fashion products to medicine, the new legion of start-ups were in hot demand...

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Ankiti Bose global indian

 Startup Led By Indian-Origin Ankiti Bose Turns Into Dumpster Fire – Bloomberg

(This article first appeared in Bloomberg on June 20)
  • Zilingo Pte was until recently a rising star in the world of fashion e-commerce, and its glamorous leader Ankiti Bose was a model young achiever. But in less than three months, the Singapore-based company has become a dumpster fire threatening to consume its sacked chief executive...

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Yoga's journey of 4,000 years

World Yoga Day: Yoga is about making connections, not breaking them – The Indian Express

(This article first appeared in The Indian Express on June 20, 2022)
  • The word yoga is derived from the Sanskrit root, “yuj”, which means to join. In the scriptures, yoga has been designated as the art and science of healthy living. Maharishi Patanjali codified the Yogasutras for the first time by organising various meditation practices. There are references to yoga in Vedic culture. Hiranyagarbha preached yoga at the beginning of creation. Sages like Patanjali and Jaimini made it accessible to everyone...

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Geetanjali Shree and Daisy Rockwell globalindian

‘We’re both very superstitious’: Geetanjali Shree and Daisy Rockwell get candid about ‘Tomb Of Sand’ – Scroll.in

(This article first appeared in Scroll.in on June 18, 2022)
  • A free-wheeling chat with International Booker Prize winners Geetanjali Shree and Daisy Rockwell’s about superstitions, Hindustani music, sparrows, and more...

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Global Indian | World in Numbers

Statistically speaking

$562 million

World Bank has approved three loans totalling $562 million to fund an education project in Gujarat, a social protection programme in Tamil Nadu and a project to help recovery in the fisheries sector post the pandemic.

₹60,000 crore

The amount Gautam Adani has committed to donate to social causes to mark his 60th birthday.

4th rank

India has emerged as the fourth largest recycler in the world and the country has recycled 75 tonnes in 2021, according to a World Gold Council (WGC) report.

4th rank

India's ranking among the top gold recycler in the world. India recycled 75 tonnes of gold in 2021, according to a World Gold Council report. While China topped the chart by recycling 168 tonnes of the yellow metal.

5th rank

Bengaluru has found itself a top spot on the global startup tech map and is now ranked fifth for tech venture capital investment in 2022, according to the latest Global Startup Ecosystem Report.

36 million

The number of people in the US that practice yoga regularly. The number of Americans practicing yoga has grown by over 50 percent in the last few years.

Global Indian | Did You Know? 

Fun facts about India and Global Indians

Senior diplomat Ruchira Kamboj was appointed India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York. Kamboj, a 1987-batch Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer, is presently serving as India's envoy to Bhutan.

Delhi’s international airport has switched to hydro and solar power for its consumption needs, making it India’s first airport to run entirely on a combination of these forms of green energy.

64-year-old leader from Odisha, Draupadi Murmu, has been named as India's presidential candidate by the National Democratic Alliance. If elected, she will be the first woman and tribal leader from Odisha to be the President of India.

Dr Aditi Prabhakar has made history as the first woman, immigrant or person of colour to head the Office of Science and Technology Policy, after she was nominated as director by President Joe Biden.

Yoga was introduced to America in the 18th century. Indian monk and philosopher Swami Vivekananda is responsible for introducing the practice of yoga and meditation to the people of Chicago, where his ideas were seen as new and revolutionary.

Prisoners in India can reduce their sentence by having top marks in a yoga test. The study held at a Pune prison in 2015 used yoga as a way to help them improve their mental and physical health. A fall in crime in the prison was seen following the trial.

Publisher’s Corner

Xavier Augustin

I had long wanted to tell trials and tribulations of Indians abroad and those who returned home that I registered the domain name ‘theglobalindian.com in 2000 when we were making a name for ourselves on the global stage.