On Friday the new Contemporary India Study Center (CISCA) was inaugurated in Aarhus University by the Indian Ambassador in Denmark, HE Shri Yogesh K. Gupta. In his inaugural speech the Ambassador talked about the role India is playing as a key global player, with special reference to cooperation between Europe and India. The center, which is a part of the Department of History and Area Studies, University of Aarhus, aims at facilitating the Contemporary India studies in cooperation with partner Institutes in India, Allahabad University, Sambalpur University, Orissa and Sri Venkateswara College, New Delhi. In Addition CISCA has collaborations with IIT Madras, slot machines Delhi University and North casino online australia Eastern Hill University.
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The Center can be visited at www.cisca.dk
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