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The 17-year-old Leander Paes-Mahesh Bhupathi Fight That Will Leave Us Scarred

Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi have been fighting for so long that all the good memories are fading... we can only hope their paths don’t cross

India-American Doctor Inducted Into Global Medical Missions Hall of Fame

An Indian-American doctor has been inducted into the Global Medical Missions Hall of Fame in recognition of his efforts to eliminate avoidable blindness in parts of the world hit by poverty and poor access to medical care.

US Sikhs Launch Advertisement Campaign That Seeks to Push Back on Hate

Sikhs in the United States are launching a million-dollar awareness campaign that seeks to stop hate-fueled attacks.

India Outrage at 1m-rupee Bounty on Demon Mamata Banerjee

There has been outrage in India after a member of the ruling BJP party announced a bounty of $17,018; £13,622 on West Bengal state Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's head.

Singapore Quietly Shutting The Door on Indian Techies

Nearly 10,000 miles away from the anti-immigrant climate in Trump’s America, an island nation has been clamping down on Indian tech workers

Britain Changes Strategy on Selling Arms to India

Defence minister’s trade mission pushes technology expertise rather than weapons.

Indian Doctors Likely to be More in Demand in UK Post Brexit

Britain has long depended on doctors from India to run the National Health Service (NHS) since it was founded in 1948, but the reliance is likely to increase after the UK leaves the European Union.

Indians Studying in US Universities Don’t Have to Worry About H1-B Visa Row

US universities are dismissing all fears, saying Indians studying in the US need not be nervous due to recent row over HI-B visa.

H1B Visa Reform Hits Tech Billionaires

US President Donald Trump’s H1B visa reform policies have eroded the net worth of India’s high-profile technology tycoons, including Azim Premji

When You Gve Your Biometrics to Modi

It is amusing that Aadhaar has remained optional for the poor, and has become mandatory for people whose survival does not depend on the government.

Easy Repatriation For illegal Indian Immigrants in Saudi

Efforts are on in full swing to ensure that no Indian is an overstayer, violator of visa laws or infiltrator in Saudi Arabia once the Amnesty scheme offered by King Salman expires.

Legacy of British Rule is Still Holding India Back

Maybe it’s time to see British rule in India as the horror it really was.

Donald Trump Puts Indian Workers First With New Millennium Bug

By leveraging Trump's visa crackdown, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could boost the nation's tech sector and create even more jobs at home.

India Pledges Help For Death Row Spy

India says it will do "whatever it takes" to ensure justice for a former navy officer sentenced to death in Pakistan on charges of spying.

Indians in Demand Despite H-1B Noise

Presidents of the top US universities have recently assured international students, particularly those from India in high-tech courses, that they are still in demand by top American industrial and business enterprises notwithstanding the recent noises to change H-1B visa norms.

Death Penalty For Indian Spy in Pakistan

A military court in Pakistan has sentenced to death a former Indian navy officer detained last year on charges of spying.

NRIs Don’t Need Aadhaar to File IT Returns

Non-resident Indians (NRIs) are not required to quote Aadhaar number while filing income tax returns back home.

The Siddis, India's African Tribe

They are descendants of the African continent who arrived in India hundreds of years ago as slaves and also as merchants.

AAP's NRI Backers Turn Hostile

Lack of financial transparency in the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP has prompted a group of NRIs, who once worked to mobilise funds and support for the party, to turn against it.

NRI Forum Plans Orientation For Blue Collar Workers Going Abroad

Lack of financial transparency in the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP has prompted a group of NRIs, who once worked to mobilise funds and support for the party, to turn against it.

STB's Efforts in Wooing Tourists From India

STB is attempting to effectively reach out to Indian travellers in Tier 2 cities who rely on travel agents for travel bookings.

Mood in Central, Eastern Europe an Advantage For Indian Cos

We have now got about $1 Billion worth of joint investments with Indian companies.

Indian police Arrest Alleged Kingpin of U.S. Tax Scam

Indian police arrested the suspected mastermind behind a call center scam run out of a Mumbai suburb that targeted thousands of Americans and netted more than $300 million.

India, UK Agree on Priority Areas For Bilateral Energy Cooperation

India and the UK will focus on innovation in smart technology to reduce power sector losses and clean energy finance for bolstering bilateral energy ties.

Over 24,000 Indians Still in Six War-torn Countries

here are 24,084 Indians currently residing in six war-torn countries including in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan

Indian Power Majors to Hawk Masala Bonds in UK for $1 Billion This Fiscal

State-run power companies will raise nearly $1 billion (roughly Rs 6,400 crore) through 'masala bonds' in the UK during this fiscal

In a First, Women Judges Head All Major High Courts in India

In the male-dominated world of higher judiciary, there is a silver lining — women now head the four major and oldest high courts.

Air India Revokes Ban on MP Who Beat Employee

Air India has revoked a flight ban on a lawmaker who beat one of its employees, after government intervention.

Indian Firms in U.K. Employ More Than 110,000 People

The U.K. is the largest G20 investor in India and India is the second biggest foreign investor in the U.K.

Multinationals Can Help Solve Migration Debate

Perhaps the next thing that needs to be privatized is migration.

India Could be The Winner of a US-China Trade War

The prospect of a trade war between China and the U.S. elicits frequent warnings of the risk to the global economy. India sees it somewhat differently.

Ramsays And The Birth of Desi Horror

For over 40 years, the Ramsays have churned out a steady supply of ‘daayans’ and ‘chudails’, creaky staircases and haunted houses.

The Drink Brits go to Bed With And Indians Wake up With

The fact that the same liquid can be perceived in two such different ways is a great example of the "crazy nonsense and beauty of marketing.

UK Offers to Handhold India in Financial Inclusion Drive

The United Kingdom, being one of the world's biggest financial hubs, has the technological prowess to handhold India to achieve its target of 90% financial inclusion.

2,500 NRIs Take TRS Membership in US

As many as 2,500 NRIs took membership in the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) in the USA so far. The membership drive of the party is currently underway in the country.

Tougher H-1B Clause For IT Programmers

A new memorandum issued by the USCIS makes it mandatory to ensure a closer scrutiny of computer programmers using H-1B work visas.

India Dents UK Trade Hopes With Lapsed Deal

Move highlights difficulty of Brexit .Britain relying on Commonwealth boost

India Rejects US Offer to Mediate With Pakistan on Kashmir Issue

India rejected the comments by US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley suggesting a proactive role for America in India-Pakistan ties.

Indian IT Professionals Face New challenges as Singapore Shuts Door

Singapore has slowed down on issuing new visas to Indian professionals. The move is apparently an attempt by the Singapore government to foster the hiring of local talent.

Indian Travellers' Spend in South Australia Grows to AUD 28 Mn

The increase in spend can be attributed to a number of factors like shift in travelling habits by Indians who are now looking to spend more on experiences.

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