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India Joins S African Blankets For Madiba Initiative

India will join the UK and the US to spread out thousands of blankets, knitted in memory of Nelson Mandela, in major South African cities as part of a global initiative to help needy and disadvantaged people.

How India Managed to Crack The Vijay Mallya Code

Political will, diplomatic finesse ease way for Vijay Mallya's arrest.

1984: India’s Space Odyssey

Thirty-three years on, Rakesh Sharma remains the only Indian cosmonaut to have embarked on that journey.

Visa Policy Changes: India In Touch With US, Australia

The government is in touch with the governments of the United States and Australia on these matters and is also making full assessment of impact of these recent changes.

Not Surprised On Rising Job Queries by US-Based Indians

The number of Indians in the US searching for jobs in India has gone up more than ten-fold between December and March.

1948 Gandhi Stamps Sold For Record 5,00,000 Pound

The "unique" strip of four ten-rupee stamps is considered the most important and desirable item of post-Indian independence philately.

China Renames Districts in Disputed India State

China has renamed six districts along a disputed Himalayan border region with India, in a move seen as "retaliation" for a visit by the Dalai Lama.

Puppychino: The Indian Cafe Where Drool is Cool

A new cafe in the Indian capital Delhi is catering to humans who don't want to leave their four-legged friends languishing at home.

Indian-American CEO Ordered to Pay $135,000 to Former Worker

An Indian-American CEO has been ordered to pay $135,000 to her former domestic worker after a Labour Department investigation found she underpaid and mistreated her.

Trump Signs Order to End H-1B Misuse

US President Donald Trump issued an executive order on Tuesday curtailing the purported misuse of guest workers visa.

NRI to Invest $150 Million to Produce India’s Biggest-ever Movie

The promoters of the movie claim that it would be the costliest Indian movie and made in Hollywood style .

Indian Tycoon Faces Extradition After UK Arrest

Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya has been arrested in London following an extradition request from India where he is accused of fraud.

20,000 Desi Sellers Ride Amazon to US, Europe Shores

Online retail major is now taking products from over 20,000 sellers in India and selling all over the US and in Europe as well.

Paris is The New Tax Haven For FPIs

Foreign funds and global banks are taking advantage of India’s treaty with France by using Paris as a base for investments in India to escape tax

Only 1 Indian Extradited From UK Since Treaty Signed in 1992

India has made several extradition requests since a treaty with the United Kingdom was signed in 1992, but only one has succeeded so far though there are indications that pending cases may be expedited.

Indian Business Tycoon Vijay Mallya Arrested in The U.K.

London's Metropolitan Police confirmed that Mallya was arrested on an extradition warrant after surrendering himself at a police station.

Malaysia to Assist India in Dr Zakir Naik Probe

Controversial Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik has permanent resident (PR) status in Malaysia, which was granted to him about five years ago, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

Mind Game

An unusual sport’s rapid growth in India.

Indians Must Get More Organised to Defend Their Interests in America

At the very least, Indian companies in America need to appear on a common platform and set up a flagship institution to showcase their collective contribution.

Australia Abolishes Visa Programme Used Largely by Indians

In an unexpected announcement, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull today said the government will replace its popular 457 visa that brings temporary foreign workers to the country.

Vijay Mallya Arrested in London

Embattled business mogul and loan defaulter Vijay Mallya was arrested by Scotland Yard on an extradition warrant.

H1B Visa Applications Drop as US Employers Anticipate Reforms

Employers seeking H1B visas for 2018 submitted 199,000 applications this year, compared with 236,000 last year, US Citizenship and Immigration Services said

NRIs Can Remit up to $1 Million From Sale of Property in India

NRIs are allowed to remit up to $1 million from the sale proceeds of property in India from their NRO account.

Beyond a Colourful India

A debate has been raging amongst the British Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) writers for some time now.

Why The World Wants to Keep The Indian Techie Out

The world is increasingly resisting Indian tech workers whose hard work for frugal salaries has become a legend.

Indians Who Bet on The Hottest Virtual Currency

Bitcoins can be bought or mined (discovering new ones) but the latter requires high-end computing power and lots of time.

India Reeling Under Job Vacancies

Despite a population of 121 crore — 31% of them aged between 20 and 44 years — India continues to reel under severe staff shortage, ranging from 20% to 50%, in crucial services.

Turban Day Celebrated At Times Square In New York

Non-profit group 'The Sikhs of New York' organised the 'Turban Day' at Times Square.

3 Options For India in Saving Kulbhushan Jadhav

At the debate in parliament, the entire Opposition joined hands with Sushma Swaraj in proclaiming Kulbhushan's innocence.

US-based NRI in Indian Squad For FIFA U-17 World Cup

The Indian squad for the Under-17 football World Cup has been boosted with the inclusion of Namit Deshpande, a US-based NRI scouted by the All India Football Federation through its overseas scouting portal.

Sebi Set to Block P-Note Route For NRIs to Prevent Laundering of Black Money

The regulator plans to put in place a clear bar on NRIs and entities owned by them and resident Indians subscribing to participatory notes, a move aimed at preventing possible round-tripping or laundering of black money.

Air India Offers Discounted Star Award Redemption For Travel in US

Government-owned Air India on Saturday announced a discounted Star award mileage redemption offer for passengers planning to travel within the USA.

Indian Doctors Suffer Bias Within UK Medical System

Doctors trained in countries like India are suffering from an inherent bias within the UK medical system, a new report has indicated.

Indian Man Pleads Guilty to Running Call Center Scam in US

A 43-year-old Indian in the US has pleaded guilty to illegally running a multi-million dollar Ahmedabad-based call centre and defrauding individuals.

From Cash to Cashless – The India Story

Our transition into a robust digital ecosystem can only be envisioned on the back of a solid telecommunications network.

Reading The Dezz

The Great Indian Desert is a place of many mysteries, including clonal forests, pieces of missing time and, possibly, a dinosaur footprint

With Brexit, U.K.-India Pact Could Boost Trade

The potential for the growth in India-U.K. trade following Brexit is an issue that has cropped up frequently in the debate around Britain’s decision to leave the E.U.

Indian Arrivals to Malaysia on The Rise

The demonetisation crisis might have put a dent on Indian outbound travel to Malaysia in 2016, but Malaysian agents are finally seeing signs of recovery from the market.

India to Make Coaches For Some of The World's Biggest Metro Projects

Drawn to India by an explosion in metro-rail projects, Alstom SA and Bombardier Inc are now poised to use the nation known for being the world’s back-office as a manufacturing export hub.

Apple’s Make in India Tax Demands Rejected Due to GST

Minister says the issues of tax incentives for Apple will have to be taken up by the GST council.

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