>> ECONOMICS : New Delhi  March 5, 2013 - 

Professeur Shankar Acharya* gives an important lecture on « Current Economic Prospects and Challenges for India »

At IHC – Subbu Forum (*   Honorary Professor, ICRIER (*former Chief Economic Adviser to the Government of India, 1993-2001)

fichier pdf ACHARYA-IHC-Subbu-Lecture


Complex Dynamics of U.S.-Pakistan Relations – JEUDI 14 JUIN DE 14H À 16H – MISHA
Salle Table Ronde
Prof.Mohammed Badrul Alam
Dept. of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences – Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, India

Dr. Mohammed Badrul Alam is a citizen of India and had his education at a number of institutions including Utkal University, Bhubaneswar; Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi; and Cornell University, New York; from where he earned M.A, M.Phil and Ph.D degrees respectively. He has taught for over a two decades in the United States, Japan and India at various educational institutions. Since January 2006, Dr.Alam has been Professor at the Dept. of Political Science, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, India. Dr.Alam is the author of several books including, Constructing South Asian Nuclear Discourse (2007), as well as numerous articles, monographs and books reviews published in international journals. Among his research interests: Indian National and State Electoral Politics, North American Studies, South Asia, Northeast Asia, East Asia, International Relations, Ethnicity and Pluralism, Human Rights, Nuclear Proliferation.

Address: Dr.Mohammed Badrul Alam , Professor , Dept. of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, Jamia Millia Islamia, Jamia Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi, India. 110025. Tel: 011-26981717, Ext: 3534, Cell Phone No: 9313397023


>> CONFERENCE :  On Live from Delhi in partnership with CCI India : INDIAN BUDGET AND OUTLOOK 2012
Annual Indian Economy Conference- 2nd edition coorganized by: MEDEF – CCIP, EIEBG – Ernst & Young and in collaboration with ASA associates
ASA & Associates, 118 KS House, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi 110 049
through video conferencing from MEDEF, 55 avenue Bosquet, Paris 7ème
Only by invitation:

>> CONFERENCE : We have the pleasure to invite you for a special conference on Gandhi at Alliance Française in Delhi on Tuesday, February 21, 18:00 to 19:30 to hear our good friend Mira Kamdar and Tridip Shurud, a towering authority on Gandhi in Gujarat,  in conversation with Ananya Vajpeyi on « At Home and Away: Gandhi in Gujarat and Europe ».

Here is the link to one article published by Mira Kamdar in December issue of The Caravan to coincide with the 80th anniversary of Gandhi’s 1931 visit to Paris:



>> LECTURE : 3rd November 2011 – “Value-driven Economic Growth for a Better Society”
by Mr. Hakan Juholt, leader of the Social Democratic Party
Organized by the  Schumacher Centre in partnership with Euro-India Economic and Business Group (EIEBG) and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES)
Venue: Deputy Chairman’s Hall, Constitution Club, VP House, Rafi Marg, New Delhi.

>> CONFERENCE :Tuesday 5th April evening, “Global Governance, European Union and Social Democracy”

By Massimo d’Alema, President of FEPS, Member of the Italian Parliament and former Prime- as well as Foreign Minister.
The conference will be followed by a reception.
Contact: Dr. Klaus Julian Voll India-Europe-Consultancy (IN-EU-CO)
Tel.: 00 91 11 – 418 25 098   Mobile: 98110 66 44 7

Delhi dans - Archives pdf EU-India Summit Joint Statement
 >> ART : From 20 to 23 February 2011 at Alliance Française

The EIEBG Delhi club has the pleasure to invite you to the FOURTH DIMENSION/la Quatrième dimensiona Solo show of paintings and installations by Boishali Sinha Massot from 20 to 23 February 2011 at Alliance Française of New Delhi 72 Lodhi Estate

Delhi Event


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>> ASIA SOCIETY: March 18-20, 2010 – New Delhi -Taj Palace Hotel - 20th Asian Corporate Conference

« After a visit to the Asia Society head office in New York last year, the  Euro-India group (EIEBG) team is delighted to inform that we have decided to work together on a regular basis since our values and objectives are very similar: to support any project on Business, Culture and Civil society between India and our respective areas (Europe for the EIEBG and USA for Asia Society).


See Program & Registration:



 >> CONFERENCE:  4th November, 2009 – New Delhi - International Conference

Invitation to an international conference organised by Schumacher Centre (Delhi) and Jevika Trust (U.K.) with the kind support of EIEBG, Delhi Club.

Tri-Sector Partnership in Practice:
“Government, Business and NGOs uniting to help rural India face globalisation and climate change.”

Date : 4th November 2009, 10am – 4.45pm
Venue: International Islamic Centre, Conference room 1
Salman Khursid MP – Minister for Corporate Affairs
Guest speaker: Dr Kesava Rao – Senior MP (confirmed)
Key note speaker: Ros Tennyson – Director, The Partnering Initiative (confirmed)

To attend the conference, please rsvp to :

Please download the following files :

pdf dans - Archives Invitation – New Delhi

doc roughagendaforjointconference.doc
India & Europe in the brave New World

(Download here the Conference Sum up)



 >> CONFERENCE: 24th September, 2009 – New Delhi - Conference « Are Europe and India ready for a strong economic partnership? » -

In partnership with the Schumacher Center – A talk led by Dr. Jean-Joseph Boillot, Co-founder, Euro-IndiaEconomic & Business Group and chaired by His Excellency Mr. Lars Olof Lindgren, the Ambassador of Sweden, currently the Presidency of European Union.

6-7.30pm at Conference Room No. III, India International CentreAnnexe, New Delhi Confirmation to will be highly appreciated

pdf Invitation – New Delhi
 >> CINEMA FESTIVAL: 24-30 October – New Delhi : 11th Osian’s Cinefan Film Festival, support by EIEBG Delhi club
The 11th edition of Osian’s-Cinefan Film Festival, will take place in New Delhi from 24th to 30th October this year. Osian’s-Cinefan focuses largely on Asian and Arab cinema, one of the few in the world to do so –


 >> SEMINAR:  Monday, 24th November at 6:30 P.M

Seminar on « India-Europe & Outsourcing: How to create a Win-Win Game? »

Sponsored by EIEBG, IIT Delhi Alumni Association, Evalueserve & SODEXO

Speakers – Ashish Gupta, COO & Country head,  Evalueserve & Dr Jean Joseph Boillot, Economist, India & China, Co-Founder, EIEBG
Panel Discussants – Mythili BHUSNURMATH, Consulting editor, Economic Times & Laveesh Bhandari, Founder Director, Indicus Analytics
Location – At Seminar Hall, IIT, Hauz Khas, New Delhi

Note – No registration fee for attending the Seminar

ppt Presentation-jjBoillot-26nov08

ppt Presentation-AshishGupta-26nov08

 >> MEETING: 24th September- EIEBG Delhi Club & Shanti Travel

Have the pleasure to invite you for their next meeting on « Implementation of Eco-Tourism in India« 
Wednesday, 24th September, 7:15 P.M onwards

at India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road – New Delhi, 110003 Hall Jacaranda-II -(Entrance by gate No.3)

Registration and participations charges: Rs. 400 per person

Please confirm your participation latest by 18/09/08 with Amrit PalSingh / Nupur Tandon / Isabelle Leclaire



 >> SEMINAR:18th-19th September-National Seminar on « Globalization: A Social Democratic Perspective »

Organized by Association for Democratic Socialism, India, & Jean Jaures Foundation, Paris with support of the EIEBG

The Seminar will be inaugurated on 18th September at 5:00pm. at Speaker’s Hall, Vithalbhai Patel House, Constitution Club,

and will be followed by technical sessions:

1. Globalization and its Economic Impact,

2. Globalization and its Social, Political and Cultural Impact from 10:00am to 4:00pm. on 19th.
 >> ART:Contemporary Art Show

A group show of contemporary art Odyssey.

From 25th to 29th July, 2008

Venue: Epicentre, Apparel House – Sector 44- Gurgaon

And From 1st to 4th August, 2008

Venue : India Habitat Centre Open Palm Court Lodhi Road -New Delhi-

11 am to 7 pm on all days

Chief Guest : Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi, Honorable Member of Parliament & Former Union Minister for H.R.D

Guest of Honour: Mr. Keshav Malik, Eminent Art Critic, Prof. Niren Sengupta, Senior Artist

Special Highlight of the Exhibition:An informative event on « Art Appreciation »

by Gopal Namjoshi and Art critic Leena Namjoshi over cocktails

on Saturday, July 26th, 2008 at 7 pm at Epicentre, Gurgaon

Amrit Pal Singh & Isabelle Leclaire (EIEBG)


 >> SPECIAL DINER:Monday, December 10th 2007,

Launch of EIEBG Delhi Club :19.00pm, Oxford Bookstore – Statesman House, Connaught Place

> 19.00-19.15 :
Welcoming Cocktail

> 19.15-19.35 :
Presentation of Dr Boillot‘s new book « The Economy of India, Global Challenge for the century »,
Foreword by Professor B.B. Bhattacharya, Vice-chancellor of JNU

Release of the book by two patrons of the EIEBG-Delhi Club, both very successful Indo-European entrepreneurs:

- Yashovardhan Saboo, MD, Ethos, Swiss Watch
Studio –
- Michele Janezic, General Manager, MJJ Consultant -

> 19.35 onwards :
Presentation of Euro-India Economic and Business Group
& EIEBG Delhi Club, by the co-founders of the Delhi Club: Amritpal Singh and Etienne Arnoux

Following, three other sponsors of the Delhi Club will be among us to
share their vision about the Euro-India relationship:

> Achille Forler, Founder & Managing Director, Deep Emotions
Publishing,joint venture with Universal Music Publishing Group, Music
Publisher Company (

> Ashvinder Singh, Managing Director, M/s Uni Style Images Pvt Ltd.
(, M/s Metal Studio Pvt. Ltd.

> Yann Morel, Managing Director, IMV India Pvt.


European countries have become very interested in India. The exchange of goods and people (especially the young) are taking place in both directions. Today a large number of young Indians are looking forward to venturing out with their plans to other countries and Europe has become a principal destination for most of them.

After 2 successful years of networking in Paris, EIEBG has decided to launch a similar initiative in Delhi. The EIEBG Delhi Club will be oriented towards young entrepreneurs, artists, students and other specialists from France, India and other countries in Europe.The team of 2 under whom the Delhi wing is being established have wide experience in working and interacting with French and Indian companies as well as government set-ups. A club of France-China young entrepreneurs is already running successfully under the guidance of one of the team members (

The EIEBG Delhi Club will be an informal network between India and Europe and will offer a platform for the young professionals not only for exchanging ideas and contacts, but also to gain from the experience of senior business leaders and other specialists. It would facilitate the passage for Indians promoting projects in Europe and support such projects in many ways and similarly facilitate Europeans in India.

2 réponses à “Delhi”

  1. 7 04 2008
    GEETHA BALSAARA (13:39:07) :

    Am in the business of promoting Indian Culture and have to this effect organised many an event.
    My focus is on promoting the young talent from India and giving them a respectable platform.
    Look forward to being associated with you and taking my mission forward with a mutually beneficial plan!

    Best regards,
    Musically yours,

  2. 20 09 2008
    gautam (05:58:45) :

    this is an indian national who seeks for a job in paris !
    for your kind information i will be in paris for three months to understand the culture and the language in a better way. i am a student coping with graduation with classical subjects like ancient history, pol. science & eng. literature. i have a potential to work dilligently. but have no idea at the beginning that where should i go or whom should i contact ?
    i was a student of mathematics & science till my 12th level and had a fancy wish to work in paris from early childhood ,being born in one of the french enclaves in chandernagore,west bengal !
    i have an experience in teaching hindi & english and had tried my hands in business with my father in his soft luggage industries !
    anyway, i am also learning french so as to get my objectives..
    i have a friend in paris who says that i may get a job in a call centre or as a tutor to start with. he has an aim to work for an ngo(ong) in peru !

    if you can show me a way or at least advice with me with something worthwile ,i shall be obliged to you throughout my life !
    waiting for your answer !!!



    gautam garg