VIDEO: Telling the story of an Indian man visiting Poland to take part in a skiing championship, the plot of No Means No quickly takes a twist after the protagonist falls in love with a Polish woman. But, this isn’t just a love story, says director Vikash Verma. “It also underlines the strong cultural connections between the two nations.”
A new report issued by PFR and PwC shows India as having the potential to become the most attractive market for Poles to consider investing in.
Meet Sayali Rahate, an Indian youtuber in Poland who's been busy telling the world about places to visit and her experience of living in Poland.
Professor Marta Osypińska, a zooarchaeologist from the Polish Academy of Sciences, described the find as ‘unique’, saying: “Until now, no one has found Indian monkeys at archaeological sites in Africa. Interestingly, even ancient written sources don’t mention this practice.”
Between 1942 and 1948, Polish refuges arrived in Valivade, on the outskirts of Kolhapur, to escape the horrors of war.
Poland's national air carrier LOT has resumed direct flights to India after many years, LOT CEO Rafał Milczarski has announced. On Wednesday, a Polish LOT Dreamliner left for New Delhi, which is LOT's sixth Asian destination.
Magdalena Bagiranow spent months crossing India and capturing dozens of beautiful portraits reflecting the cultural richness of the locals. She told TFN: “Creating a portrait that evokes a feeling, emotion or positive response from the viewer is what drives me but capturing connection with people is my greatest inspiration.”
Up to 25,000 people are awaiting Polish work visas in the embassy in New Delhi, India, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (DGP) daily wrote on Monday.
The Indian company Baijnath Melaram specialising in ship recycling will open its European headquarters in Szczecin, north-western Poland, the company's representative and members of the West Pomeranian Indian Chamber of Commerce (ZIIG) announced on Friday.
Students from Poznan, west-central Poland, want to rebuild a home for lepers in India on the centenary of the birth of Fr. Marian Zelazek. A native of Poznan, he was a missionary who for years headed a leper colony in Puri, India.