Let’s Spread Kindness, Love, And Hope Wherever We Go

Let's Spread Kindness, Love, And Hope Wherever We Go

Dear readers,

As we move into the second quarter of 2023, the world continues to grapple with the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. We seek to explore the post-pandemic world and the changes it has brought about. The pandemic has fundamentally altered the way we live and work, and we discuss how we can adapt to the new normal with topics such as work from home, hybrid work models, mental health, and changes in consumer behaviour.

Climate change remains one of the most pressing issues of our time, and we urge individuals and businesses to take action to mitigate its effects. We should discuss how renewable energy, eco-friendly products, and sustainable practices can help us create a more sustainable future.

Technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, and we explore the latest advancements in technology and how they are impacting society. We delve into topics such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and blockchain, and how they can transform the way we live and work. The world around is deeply discussing the possible threat of AI taking over various industrial segments which might result in huge loss of jobs.

The fight for social justice should continue, that is our moral responsibility and duty as well. The voice for the voiceless and against the evil is what we should aspire to be. We should shine like a candle in the dark.

We should engage ourselves in discussing and finding solutions on topics such as racial justice, gender equality etc. and how we can create a more just and equitable world for all.

As an international magazine with a focus on the Indian diaspora, we also emphasis on pursuing  “Keep The Door Open” the dual citizenship campaign so that people of Indian origin worldwide may be connected back to their roots in India.

4.5 lakh Indians chose foreign citizenship between 2014 and 2017. The trend will only increase as more nations grant easy citizenship in return for money and investments.

The Indian government is not granting dual citizenship to such Indians. Dual citizenship is available in 85 nations worldwide.

A person with dual citizenship is able to work in both countries, and he or she can decide for themselves which country offers the better job prospects. Additionally, individuals who hold two citizenships can aid in the transfer of a nation’s culture and environment to another. People with dual citizenship are able to hold property and exercise their rights in both nations.

The migrants from India, especially from the states of Punjab, Haryana, Bihar, and southern states, have a huge impact in this regard. Those who leave India in search of employment end up naturalising themselves in the countries where they reside and work. The India in them will never cease to exist, but unfortunately, as India does not allow dual citizenship, they have to give up their Indian citizenship in case they become citizens of another country.

Back home, these people have elderly parents, relatives, and ancestral lands. This has been a huge area of concern for the new immigrants. Also, we should try to reach out to people of Indian origin whose parents or great-grandparents were from India and connect them to their roots.

Let us not close the doors when our children leave for work or in search of a better life. Instead, let us keep it open for them to come back anytime. Let’s make this campaign successful and bring our brothers and sisters back home. We call out to our readers to get involved and support these initiatives to strengthen our communities and promote inclusivity. You can be part of the campaign here;

The international politics always play a significant role in shaping world events, and we discuss current events and issues related to global politics. Lately, ‘Empire strikes back’ has been trending a lot. The British Isles has been truly an example of South Asian origin individuals attaining great political accolades and positions. The recent developments in international trade, diplomacy, and conflict resolution, has made huge impact on us all globally.

We hope that this issue inspires you to think critically about the world around us and take action to create a better future.

See you soon,

Ciao and Namaste

Melwyn Williams

In March we have celebrated various occasions which has exemplified human lives across the globe. Some of the important and popular ones are listed below;

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