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The Chinese Man Trapped in India For Half a Century

In 1963 a Chinese army surveyor crossed into India and was captured, weeks after a war between the countries.

NRIs Add to Poll Pitch in Punjab

Punjab's strong non-resident community has arrived in hordes from Canada, Britain, the US and other countries for the February 4 assembly elections in the state.

Reviving Gandhi's Legacy in Malaysia

Though Indian migrants' strong emotional linkages with the cause of India's Independence is recorded history, a mention of the memorial by the Indian PM surprised many in the audience.

South Africa Sees Growth in Wedding Tourism Thanks to Big Fat Indian Weddings

South Africa is witnessing a rise in wedding tourism involving overseas Indian families. It recorded a 27% increase in the number of Indian tourists last year thanks to weddings.

Indian Techies, Students in US Could Face Tough Times

If implemented, the executive order could seriously hit the movement of students and skilled employees from India to the US.

Why India's Hindu Hardliners Want to Sideline Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on this day 69 years ago but his ideas of Hindu-Muslim unity still haunt India's Hindu hardliners

Trump's Hindu, Sikh And Muslim Power Brokers

When Indian-American industrialist Shalabh "Shalli" Kumar donated close to a million dollars to the Trump campaign, many in the community dismissed it as a poor investment.

Google's Sundar Pichai Criticises Donald Trump's Immigration Order

Google's India-born CEO Sundar Pichai today criticised US President Donald Trump's controversial immigration order against people from seven Muslim-majority countries.

The Olive Green Blood Group

From serving in the British Indian Army, fighting in world wars, the India-Pakistan wars, and many others, families who have sent generations to the Armed Forces, and whose history is the history of the Indian Army.

ISB Tops The List From India

While the ISB has jumped two places to the 27th rank, IIM-A has slipped five places to 29th position this year as against the year before.

U.S. Health Care Needs a Wakeup Call From India

The high quality and low cost represent the type of disruptive innovation that has impacted nearly all industries in the United States, and should serve as a wake-up call for American doctors and hospitals.

British Indians Fall in Love With Kho Kho

Team of 15-odd British Indians played their first Kho international — dubbed India vs England — in Navi Mumbai.

India’s Demonetization Shock Pushes Nepal Closer to China

Frustrated by India’s failure to help address the fallout of New Delhi’s rupee demonetization, Nepal is turning to China for economic and security matters.

India's IT Industry Fears a Hit From Trump's Ban

One major target is expected to be the H-1B and L-1visa programmes that Indian IT companies use to move employees to the US for long periods to work on customer projects.

UK Loses Its Sheen as Most Popular Study Destination For Indians

Once the most popular overseas campus destination for Indian students, the UK continues to lose its sheen, especially after Brexit.

Indian-American Woman Stopped, Quizzed About Immigration Status in US

Pillalamarri has lived in Bel Air for more than 30 years and is a US citizen.

NRIs Hit The Road For AAP in Jalandhar

As soon as the convoy reached Nakodar, all NRIs alighted from their vehicles and started dancing on the tunes of lyrics of the songs sung for AAP.

NRI Body Seeks Rehab Package For Returnees

Indo-Arab Confederation Council, a forum for welfare of NRIs, has urged the states and the Centre to implement rehabilitation projects for Indians returning home after working long years in various foreign countries.

Queen to Host Reception For UK-India Year of Culture

Queen Elizabeth II will host a special reception at Buckingham Palace to kick start the UK-India Year of Culture celebrations in Britain, the Indian high commissioner here has said, noting that the bilateral ties have merged "truly exciting".

Indian-American Lawmakers Slam Trump's Immigration Policy

Indian-American lawmakers today slammed US President Donald Trump for signing executive orders to reshape the country's immigration policies, describing the move as "anti-immigrant" that will "tear apart" families.

Trump Tells Modi India a True Friend And Partner

The two leaders also discussed opportunities to “strengthen the partnership between the United States and India in broad areas such as the economy and defense”.

Apple Proposes to Set up Assembly in India

Apple is keen on assembling its iPhones in India, considering that India is the one of the world's fastest growing smartphone markets.

For South African Indians, Love Still Isn't Colour Blind

Durban has the largest concentration of Indian people outside of India so the pervasiveness of colourism in the community isn't surprising.

Indian Food Bears a Middle Eastern Stamp

the food platters from the UAE resemble those from India, and the treats from India bear a Middle Eastern stamp.

Apple Seeks Government Help to Make in India

Apple, the maker of iPhones, has sought assurance and policy support from the government for its manufacturing plans in India.

Indian-American Lawmakers Slam Trump's Immigration Policy

Indian-American lawmakers on Thursday slammed US President Donald Trump for signing executive orders to reshape the country's immigration policies, describing the move as "anti-immigrant" that will "tear apart" families.

Indian-origin CEOs Ruling The Technology Industry

From Google to Microsoft, Cognizant to NetApp -- Indians run some of the world’s biggest technology companies.

Bollywood Memoir Kicked up a Storm on Gay India

Bollywood director and talk show host Karan Johar's autobiography has kicked off a loud debate on being gay in India

Trump's Hindu, Sikh And Muslim Power Brokers

"Shalli" Kumar donated close to a million dollars to the Trump campaign, many in the community dismissed it as a poor investment.

Vancouver NRI on Mission Report Card For India's Assembly Polls

With elections in five Indian states days away, a large number of NRIs from Canada have landed in India to garner votes for their favourite political parties.

Indian IT Industry Could Suffer if Trump Gets Tough on Visas

There is growing concern that India’s $150 billion information technology industry, which relies heavily on exports to the United States, could slow and become less competitive if the Trump administration tightens rules on hiring skilled foreign workers.

India Reaps What Iron Lady Sowed in The Gulf

Little did Margaret Thatcher realise when she urged British expatriate executives in the Gulf in the 1980s to buy British cars that one day it would turn out to be a good thing for India.

Abu Dhabi Crown Prince’s Visit Should Boost India’s Middle East Outreach

There’s no understating the significance of the visit of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to New Delhi as the chief guest of the Republic Day celebrations.

US President Donald Trump Invites Narendra Modi

US President Donald Trump has invited India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit the United States after a phone call between the two leaders.

US-exit From TPP: Advantage For India And China

Among other things, January 23, 2017 will go down in history as the day on which America, under the Trump administration, decided to disrupt trade relations with its eastern allies by withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), one of Barrack Obama's pet projects.

NRIs Can Exchange Old Notes Till June 30

The demonetization announcement on November 8 banning high denomination currency notes brought with it shock and surprise.

How India And The U.S. Are Similar

Events in India could show what's to come for the U.S. and the U.K. following Donald Trump's election and Brexit.

US Websites Selling Dangerous Prescription Drugs to Indian Consumers

More than 4,000 illegal websites established in the US are reportedly found to be involved in selling of potentially dangerous, unapproved prescription drugs to its consumers.

Expelled in 1972, Uganda Indians Lead UK’s Brexit Trade

When Idi Amin expelled Indians from Uganda in 1972, most of them moved to Britain, settled there and prospered in various fields.

India Writes To UK On Return Of Udham Singh’s Belongings

The Indian High Commissioner in London has written to the UK government to facilitate return of martyr Udham Singh’s belongings by reviewing its policy if necessary.

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