Photo: Vihan Shah, Isha Jhunjhunwala and Mayur Mengle.Photo: Vihan Shah, Isha Jhunjhunwala and Mayur Mengle

Taxis in India, particularly in Mumbai, are not only the most convenient form of transport, but they are also iconic to the city’s culture. Although a lot of attention is given to each taxi by its driver to make it stand out from his competitors, very little thought is given to the fabric used on the seat. Now you should look a little closer, as Norwegian design is adorning a Mumbai Taxi.

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Edvard Grieg field. 
Photo: Norwegian Petroleum.

Trade between Norway and India is increasing rapidly. India’s importance for the Norwegian business sector will grow in the years ahead, as a country of production, as an export market and as a supplier of technological expertise. Norway and India inhabit excellent knowledge, skills and competence in various sectors, as a part of Team Norway in India’s work to strengthen and cooperate on these...

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Variety of Nordic seafood in Mumbai

Norwegian seafood council continues to expand its reach in India. This time it teamed up with the Sweden & Norwegian missions to cater to a bigger group of Nordic consumers of Salmon.

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Photo: Frida Parnas.

Last year more than 25.000 Norwegian students studied abroad, but Frida Parnas from Bergen is one of the still relatively few who have chosen to study in India. Traditionally European countries, US and Australia have been the most popular destinations for Norwegian students.

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Photo: The Municipal Archives of Trondheim and Joaquim Rodrigues.

Norway’s Foreign Minister Børge Brende is not opening a new Consulate General in Mumbai on 3 November. He is in fact re-opening one of Norway’s oldest Foreign Service missions – this time in a reinforced avatar.

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Norway promises to offer the best of theatre, industry, business, and of course, Salmon to Mumbaiwaalas in the days to come…

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