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- Biz @ India, Vibrant Gujarat Special issue: Interview with H.E. Mr. Sam Schreiner
- 14/01/2015: Vibrant Gujarat
- 07/01/2015: Bengal Global Summit
- 21-22 June 2013 - Luxembourg is the perfect gateway and hub for Indian companies, interested in doing business in Europe
- 19/08/13 - Indian Express: Luxembourg an emerging edu hub
- 14/01/2014 - BLBA news magazine: Distinguished honorary for Anil Anand, MD Paul Wurth India
- 24/03/2014 - Appointment of Honorary Consul of Luxembourg in Mumbai
- 6-8 February 2012 - CII News Update
- 26-28 March 2012 - Seminar CII
- 12-14 June 2012 - Luxembourg plans policy to facilitate easy business visas
- 24 August 2012 - Luxembourg exploring business opportunities in Chandigarh Region
- 13-23 October 2012 - Luxembourg invites Indian investments
- 29th November -1st December 2012- Closing ceremony of AIMUN'12
- 27/12/2011- DNA Money: We hope to bring investments to Gujarat
- 14-19 November 2011: YES Bank Financial Times Banking Summit
- Indlaw News- 14/01/2010 : Luxembourg, Pharma offers trade opportunities to Indian companies
- Economic Times- 13/01/2010 : Luxembourg leaves call on Jharkhand to LNM
- Financial Express Special issue- 23/06/2009- Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Broadening ties with India
- Minister Jeannot Krecké's Economic Mission to India in the Luxembourg Press
- Curriculart meets India- Indian Press
- Curriculart meets India-Luxembourg Press
- National Day celebrations in Mumbai and Kolkata : 23rd and 25th of June respectively
- Outlook Traveller- February 2008- 48 hours in Luxembourg
Luxembourg NGOs active in India
Luxembourg financially supports the work of twelve Luxembourg NGOs active in India mostly in the fields of health, education and social work (especially promotion of women and children). For the year 2014 a total financial contribution of more than 2 million euros is foreseen in that respect. During the period between 2010 and 2015, six framework conventions provide for a total of more than 6 million EUR.
The twelve Luxembourg NGOs with programmes in India are the following :Aide à l’Enfance de l’Inde a.s.b.l., Action Solidarité Tiers Monde a.s.b.l., Indesch Patenschaften a.s.b.l., Les Amis du Tibet a.s.b.l., ECPAT Luxembourg a.s.b.l. et Pharmaciens sans frontières a.s.b.l.. Œuvre diocésaine Bridderlech Deelen a.s.b.l., Fondation luxembourgeoise Raoul Follereau , Fondation Caritas Luxembourg, Programme d’Aide au Développement des Enfants du Monde (PADEM), Guiden a Scouten fier ENG Welt et l’Amicale Internationale d’Aide à l’Enfance (AIAE).
In the field of humanitarian aid, the Luxembourg government has financially supported two Luxembourg NGOs since 2013. Aide à l’Enfance de l’Inde is active in the context of recurrent drought in the State of Maharastra while Fondation Caritas Luxembourg implements projects in the field of resilience and community-based disaster risk reduction in flood affected regions in Bihar State. Total contribution by the Luxembourg government for aid in India for the period 2013-2014 is 256.618 EUR.