What we eat defines us and it is important that the food we consume is safe and hygienic. With the Indian food processing industry in India growing in leaps and bounds, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is taking necessary measures to ensure that all food chains follow the alr... Read MoreView All
L'Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques, l’OCDE, a présenté fin février sa 4e Étude économique sur l’Inde, à New Delhi. MIG TV a interviewé Isabelle Joumard, Economiste principale et Chef du bureau Inde/Tunisie à l’OCDE. Elle a salué les taux de croissance ré... Read MoreView All
Roopangarh Fort, in the Northern Indian State of Rajasthan, has been turned into a hotel by its owner, Brajraj Singh, the actual descendant of the royal family who built it in the 17th century.View All
The world-renowned French comic The Adventures of Asterix is now available in Hindi. This is, thanks to the patience and precision of New Delhi based publisher Om Books International, which already translated Tintin, another famous comic into Hindi.View All
Welcome to the March issue of our monthly video magazine, Colours of India. Our journey, this month, starts with the vividly vibrant scenes of the festival of colours, Holi, widely celebrated across India and beyond. We take you to Vrindavan, the abode of Lord Krishna, and Santiniketan, a laidback t... Read MoreView All
Ashish Avikunthak, whose recent film 'Aapothkalin Trikalika' is set to premier at the upcoming Berlin Film Festival’s Forum section, speaks on his art form of making cinema.View All
A bunch of kids will soon be seen smashing the baseball to showcase their talent in an open field, which is the first stadium dedicated to baseball, in New Delhi. Kudos to the Raunaq Sahni, who himself is an enthusiastic baseball player and wants to bring out the best of talent from around the count... Read MoreView All
The stooping old man might look feeble but Dr Jack Preger has shouldered the well-being of a period in Bengal. From Dhaka to Calcutta, the journey of this British patron in India is beyond the scope of words or visuals.