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India Courts Agriculture in 2018 to Reduce Inequality

Farmers in India have much to celebrate in this year's budget which prioritized their sector, giving agriculture US$ 225.5 billion. This money is to be spent on creating livelihoods and infrastructure in India's rural areas.

Invest In Africa For Global Peace and Sustainable Development

President Yoweri  Museveni has referred to Africa as the world's new frontier for trade, tourism and investment.

Engineering: From Punjab to Uganda

Following concerted consultations and visits, the Education Attache at New Delhi High Commission, Mr Baker Balunywa, has identified engineering and management opportunities for Ugandan students at Quest Group of Institutions in Chandigarh.

There Is More Than Tea In India's Assam

Uganda was among six diplomatic missions accredited to New Delhi, whose ambassadors traveled to the 5th Assam International Agri - Horticultural Show at  Dibrugh, the capital of Assam State in Eastern India.

REMOULDING THE UGANDA - INDIA NEXUS

President Ram Noth Kovind has pledged closer socio - economic collaboration between India and Uganda in a common struggle to uplift the livelihoods of their peoples. The President made these remarks while receiving the credentials of Uganda's new envoy to New Delhi, Ms Grace Akello.

INDIAN FIRM TO SET UP TRACTOR ASSEMBLY PLANT IN UGANDA

The Escorts Group, one of India's leading engineering conglomerates operating in the high growth sectors of agri-machinery, construction & material handling equipment, railway equipment and auto components will soon be making significant investments in Uganda that will see the Company set up a tractor assembly plant in Uganda. 

H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni meets with H.E Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India

H.E the President meets with H.E Narendra Modi in New Delhi, India

Uganda moves to adopt use of electronic trade system

The cost of doing business across borders is set to go down following a partnership between the Royal Danish Embassy, Uganda and Trademark East Africa (TMEA), aimed at funding an electronic trade clearance computerised system.