Fraternal Meeting in India to celebrate the National Rebellion Day, and the 90th Birthday of Fidel.

New Delhi, August 12, 2016. The collective of the Cuban State Mission along with the company of children, youth, academics, diplomats, leaders and members of Solidarity with Cuba group in New Delhi, and other friends of the island dressed in traditional dresses like Sari, met in an emotional activity to honor the National Rebellion Day and the celebration of the 90th birthday of the leader of the Cuban Revolution.

The birthday

Tomorrow I will turn 90 years old. I was born in a territory called Birán, in the eastern region of Cuba. It’s known by that name, although it has never appeared on a map. Given its good conduct it was known for close friends and, of course, a stronghold of political representatives and inspectors involved in any commercial or productive activity typical of the neocolonized countries of the world.

Cuban culture festival celebrated the 90th birthday of Fidel at the University of New Delhi.

New Delhi, August 10, 2016. The Department of Germanic Languages and Spanish at the University of New Delhi, in coordination with the Embassy of Cuba in India organized a Festival of Cuban Culture from the 10 to August 13 to pay tribute to Fidel with documentaries, exhibitions of posters, paintings, poems, plays, music and dance at the headquarters of the University of Delhi.

Pandit Chaturlal Memorial Society in India encourages the dissemination of information on the 90th birthday of Fidel.

New Delhi, August 9, 2016.- The Padit Chatur Lal Memorial Society enabled  the charge d' affaires a.i. of the Embassy of Cuba in India, Marileydis Dueñas Morales to expose a few words about the significance of Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz and the day of celebrations that would take place on his 90th birthday in India and other parts of the world, to the audience to a cultural gala held in the theater of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR for its acronym in English).

Indian film festival inaugurated with Cuba as focus country

With the premier of Indian and Pakistani films Toba Tek Singh and Chotay Shah, opened in this capital the seventh edition of the film festival Jagran, which has Cuba as focus country.

The Cuban ambassador, Oscar Martinez, speaking at the opening of the exhibition at a ceremony held at the Siri Fort Auditorium, told about the characteristics of cinema of his country and its approach to present the reality of the island.