Photo: Romvesen AS.Photo: Romvesen AS

With drones, helicopters and a 360 camera, photographer and drone operator, Ove Kristian Leirgulen has shot 360 degree images of his entire home town of Bremanger in the picturesque county of Sogn og Fjordane.

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Salmon Tandoori. 
Photo: Laks.no.

You can now join in and contribute to the 14 million meals of Norwegian Salmon that is consumed every day! Seafood from Norway is popular word-wide. It is also gaining interest in India. Along with the increase in home-delivery, seafood from Norway is more accessible in India than ever.

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Photo: Attakkalari.

The next edition of the Attakkalari India Biennial, South Asia's largest and most important international festival for contemporary dance and movement arts, will be held between February 3th and 12th, 2017. The Norwegian Embassy in New Delhi is proud to partner the festival aiming to encourage young, upcoming and talented dance-makers created a stronger and vibrant dance community.

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Cadets having a break of the coast of Tenerife. 
Photo: Simon Strandvold.

The Stadsraad Lehmkuhl, Norway’s largest and oldest square rigged sailing ship sailed 1,556 nautical miles in 124 hours holding an average speed of 12,5 knots. This is the longest distance sailed in least amount of time, thus cadets from the Royal Norwegian Naval Academy can proudly call themselves world record holders.

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Photo: Ulticycle Solutions.

Norwegian electronic waste (e-waste) recycling company, Ulticycle Solutions AS, launches their Indian arm in Bangalore with the aim of being a leading player in e-waste management.

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Photo: Research Council of Norway.

India and Norway has initiated cooperation on more industrial R&D and Innovation. In the last Joint Working Group Science and Technology in Oslo in 2016, it was decided to have a workshop and a joint industrial call on Renewable energy.

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Embassy statetments on the Child welfare case in Norway.

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Climbing to the top of the glacier for mass balance measurement . 
Photo: JNU.

The Seminar “On Thin Ice: The Arctic Antarctic and the Himalayas.” was arranged by Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in November 2016, targeting students with an interest for pursuing polar issues in their further studies and careers. Over two days’ students and experts discussed climate change on the three poles, how the changes affect people and shared stories ...

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