Ballinasloe Indian cultural community celebrates Easter-Vishu-Eid festivals

The Ballinasloe Indian cultural community gracefully celebrated this year’s Easter-Vishu-Eid festivals. The event is celebrated on 14th May 2022. It is after two years of the pandemic the Ballinasloe community has been organising such an event. Most of the audience were nurses who worked on the frontline during the Covid-19 pandemic. The event was held … Read more

Tug-of-War by Kerala House Irish Malayali Club as part of ‘Carnival 2022’

Kerala House Irish Malayalee Club is organising an event on June 18, 2022 ‘Carnival 2022’. The event ‘Carnival 2022’, will take place at the Lucan Youth Center in Primrose Lane, County Dublin from 8 am to 8 pm. The Tug-of-War competition will be held as part of the event from 1.30 pm to 3 pm. … Read more

Indian community ‘Nenagh Kairali’ celebrates Easter and Vishu

Nenagh Kairali’s Easter and Vishu celebrations ‘Pratheeksha 2022’ were held at the Nenagh Scout Hall. The program took place on April 23 at the Nenagh Scout Hall,  Co. Tipperary. Tipperary County Council Community & Social Inclusion Administrative Officer ‘Margo Hayes’ was the chief guest of the program. There were lots of performances by children and … Read more

Sheela Palace, Dublin Bringing Delicious North Indian Delights To Your Home

Sheela Palace, Dublin will be bringing North Indian cuisine to your homes as they have begun catering delicious North Indian dishes. They cater to events such as birthday parties, gatherings, or even if it’s just for a family to relax as they deliver to homes as well. Be it delicious Shahi paneer, mouthwatering butter chicken, … Read more

Closing Down Sale At The Gifts Emporium, Rathfarnham Shopping Centre

Closing down sale at the Gifts Emporium located at the Rathfarnham shopping centre. The Gifts emporium in Rathfarnham shopping centre is closing down soon in a few weeks. All the products are being sold at major discounts due to this. Gifts such as memorabilia, personalized frames, message plaques, and photo frames, there is a wide … Read more

Ireland better than Northern Ireland on life expectancy and infant mortality: Report

Ireland performs better in terms of life expectancy and infant mortality than Northern Ireland, a new report has found. The research, carried out by the ESRI and the Shared Island Unit in the Taoiseach’s department, also found there are higher levels of unmet healthcare needs due to affordability issues in Ireland relative to Northern Ireland. … Read more

Happy Valentine’s Day 2022: Sheela Palace – Indian restaurant offers romantic evening with delicious feast for your valentine

Valentine’s Day is all about spending quality time with your lover. Sheela Palace Restaurant, Waterford, have come up with special Valentine’s Day arrangements with special offers. Enjoy your V-Day with your loved ones.For more details visit their website Menu: Sheela Palace Restaurant,8 O’Connell St, Waterford, X91 CH61 Website: Sheelapalace.comPhone: 051875820Email:

Rare 15th century bells donated to the National Museum of Ireland

Three fifteenth century medieval bronze bells which once hung in the bellcote at St Mary’s Abbey Church, Howth, Co. Dublin have been donated by the Gaisford St Lawrence family to the National Museum of Ireland. Bearing gothic inscriptions, these three bells have been a part of Howth’s history for centuries. They sounded the hours, called … Read more

An Indian Capturing The Beauty Of Ireland Through Her Videos

Susan Roy, launched her YouTube channel, SR Creations in 2020 for encouraging budding artists in the entertainment industry. The first project of SR Creations was a Christmas album, “Christmassin Tharam” (Christmas Star). Susan Roy who hails from Adoor, Kerala works as a Clinical Placement Coordinator (UCD nursing students) at St. Vincents University Hospital, in Dublin. … Read more

RTÉ’s Eye on Nature photography competition is now open; Winner gets €1,000

RTÉ Eye on Nature, Ireland’s wildlife nature photography competition in partnership with National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin and the Office of Public Works is now open. The 2022 winner will receive €1,000 and be announced live on RTE’s The Today Show live from the National Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin. For more information see Competition closes … Read more

“If Dublin were to be destroyed, Ulysses could be used to rebuild it brick by brick”; Country celebrates 100 years of the classic by James Joyce

The 2nd of February 2022 marks one hundred years since the publication of the modernist masterpiece Ulysses by James Joyce. Building on successful global Bloomsday initiatives in 2020 and 2021, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Ireland’s global diplomatic network will mark the centenary of Joyce’s ground-breaking work throughout 2022 with a extensive programme of … Read more

India’s 73rd Republic Day Celebrations in Ireland by CICI

India’s 73rd Republic Day programs were virtually conducted in style by the CICI – Confederation of Indian Communities Ireland. The chief guest of this program was His Excellency Honourable Indian Ambassador, Akhilesh Mishra. This virtual event was anchored by Bindu Nair. There were a lot of programs organized by different dance and music schools. Dharmendra … Read more

Ireland honours India’s Republic Day with tricolour illumination of Cork and Limerick City Halls

India had celebrated its 73rd Republic Day on 26th January and the Republic of Ireland also showed their love towards India with a special gift. Cork City Hall and Limerick City Hall were illuminated in tricolour to represent the Indian flag on the day. Ireland and India share a same history of British colonialism and … Read more