Invitation for participation in 'Peace & Non-Violence Cycle Rally' to be organized by Embassy of India, Khartoum & Khartoum Cycle Federation at Nile Street, Opposite Friendship Hall, Khartoum on September 21, 2019 at 0830 hrs. All participants are requested to bring their own cycles.
EdCIL India Limited under Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India is executing the Scholarship Program for Diaspora Children (SDPC) sponsored by Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India for the Academic Year 2019-20
The Embassy of India, Khartoum, cordially invites all members of the Indian Community in Sudan to the Indian cultural programmes being organized with the patronage of Council for International Peoples' Friendship, Khartoum, under the banner "Friendship with Peoples' Week" from 20-25 February 2017.
For Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/NZgwBRRwTaDEuL3o1
On the Occasion of Inauguration of Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra by Hon'ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi on 2nd October 2016 will be live telecasted from 11.30 AM to 12.30 PM IST at the following link:
Showcasing the potential of design, innovation and sustainability across India's manufacturing sectors in the coming decade. A week that will spark a renewed sense of pride in India's manufacturing – and take corporate and public participation to the next level.
Advantage Healthcare - India 2015
National Pension Scheme for Non-Resident Indians
On November 9, 2014, Ambassador Sanjay K Verma participated in the Remembrance Day ceremony, organized by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission at Common Wealth War Cemetery to pay homage to nearly 985 soldiers, including more than 550 Indians (British India), who sacrificed their lives to establish peace in the East African campaign of World War-II (1940-1941) in Sudan, Eritrea and Northern Ethiopia.
The celebration of the 145th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
The 145th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi was celebrated by the Embassy of India; Khartoum. On this occasion several programmes were organized by the Embassy at the chancery. The celebration begun with the garlanding of statue of Mahatma Gandhi by Ambassador Sanjay Kumar Verma. After garlanding ceremony, the embassy officials and distinguished members of Indian Community took pledge for “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” (Clean India Mission).
The Embassy of India also organized a “Blood Donation Camp” to pay homage to the Father of Nation with the support of Pediatric department of Omdurman Teaching Hospital and Friends of India. Ambassador inaugurated the camp donating his blood followed by several members of Indian Community and our Sudanese friends. Ambassador Adil Mustafa, Director of the Asian Affairs Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sudan too donated blood
68th Independence Day Celebration at the India House
There were about 330 Indian nationals and Persons of Indian Origin, representing 23 different States of India in all. It was probably the largest gathering during the flag hoisting event on any (Indian) Independece Day in Sudan. The main theme and thread of the morning function was "Unity in Flag Hoisting Ceremony
Ambassador Visit to GIAD
Ambassador discussing about Indian efforts/role in capacity building of Sudan
Heart Disease Awareness Walk
On April 24, the HEART DISEASE AWARENESS WALK “FOR OUR CHILDREN" was organized by the Embassy of India and the Sudanese-India Friendship Association, sponsored by MIOT International in Khartoum. About 400 people from school children to social activists participated. H.E Sanjay K Verma, Ambassador of India to Sudan and Abdul Rahman Al-Sadiq al-Mahdi, the Presidential Assistant of Sudan including several dignitaries motivated the “HEART DISEASE AWARENESS WALK” with their gracious presence and active participation.
Donation of medical equipments and supplies to Bahri Teaching Hospital in Khartoum
Asian Ambassadors in Khartoum donated medical equipments and supplies to three wards (pediatric, isolation and neonatal) of Bahri Teaching Hospital in Khartoum on June 16, 2014. A part of the fund was raised through the First Asian Cultural Festival held in March this year in Khartoum. These supplies are expected to last for more than two years.