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  1. Chef to cook £15,000 curry for charity
    Anand George, an Indian restaurant chef, is preparing to cook a dinner for 10 after being bid for in a charity auction for £15,000. Anand George, an Indian restaurant chef, is preparing to cook a dinner for 10 after being bid for in a charity auction for £15,000. ...
  2. Cardiff City Celebrations
    After securing a place in the Premier League last Tuesday, the celebrations continued this weekend, as Cardiff City secured the Championship Trophy on Saturday. After securing a place in the Premier League last Tuesday, the celebrations continued this weekend, as Cardiff City secured the Championship Trophy on Saturday. ...
  3. Hindu Council of Wales launches
    This Week the Communities Minister, Huw Lewis, launched the newly formed Hindu Council of Wales at the Senedd. The Council will act as a single voice for Wales’ Hindu population. This Week the Communities Minister, Huw Lewis, launched the newly formed Hindu Council of Wales at the Senedd. The Council will act as a single voice for Wales’ Hindu population. ...
  4. Sidi Goma Dhamal Emsemble
    Folk dance and music from Western India An evening of folk dance and music from western India in Cardiff Folk dance and music from Western India An evening of folk dance and music from western India in Cardiff ...
  5. New Indian representative to Wales appointed
    First Minister Carwyn Jones says the nation’s relationship with India has grown further with the formal appointment of the first ever Honorary Consul for India. First Minister Carwyn Jones says the nation’s relationship with India has grown further with the formal appointment of the first ever Honorary Consul for India. ...
  6. Welsh expertise renovates historic Mangi Bridge
    Welsh expertise renovates historic Mangi Bridge Welsh expertise renovates historic Mangi Bridge ...
  7. Bangor Uni student working with James Patte
    Bangor University student to work with world’s number one best-selling writer on next project Ashwin Sanghi, a Bangor University PhD Creative Writing student- who is already a publishing phenomenon in his own right in his native India, is to co-author a novel with a writer currently described as the world’s most popular crime fiction writer: author James Patterson. Bangor University student to work with world’s number one best-selling writer on next project Ashwin Sanghi, a Bangor University PhD Creative Writing student- who is already a publishing phenomen...
  8. Swansea alumni help students branch out in India
    Two Swansea University alumni are sharing their success by helping current Swansea students with internship opportunities to greatly enhance their employability prospects. Two Swansea University alumni are sharing their success by helping current Swansea students with internship opportunities to greatly enhance their employability prospects. ...
  9. Diwali in Wales
    Happy Diwali. Today is the start of Diwali - festival of lights - the most widely celebrated festival in India. Many people living in Wales will also be celebrating. Happy Diwali. Today is the start of Diwali - festival of lights - the most widely celebrated festival in India. Many people living in Wales will also be celebrating. ...
  10. Commonwealth Games Bowls team selected for Wales
    The first athletes to represent Wales at this year’s Commonwealth Games in Delhi were announced today following the selection of the men’s and women’s Lawn Bowls teams. A total of 12 bowlers will be heading for the Indian capital for the October tournament – part of an expected near 200-strong Welsh squad. The first athletes to represent Wales at this year’s Commonwealth Games in Delhi were announced today following the selection of the men’s and women’s Lawn Bowls teams. A total of 12 bowlers will be ...
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