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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".

Jan

28

2017

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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.

Jan

28

2017

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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”.

Jan

28

2017

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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.

Jan

28

2017

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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.

Jan

28

2017

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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.

Jan

26

2017

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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.

Jan

26

2017

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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.

Jan

26

2017

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Indian-origin CEOs Ruling The Technology Industry

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

Jan

26

2017

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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

Jan

26

2017

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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.

Jan

26

2017

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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.

Jan

26

2017

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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.

Jan

26

2017

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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.

Jan

26

2017

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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.

Jan

25

2017

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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.

Jan

25

2017

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Protest Marches By Women In India And USA

In the despair created by the current political climate in both India and United States, it is heartening to have these conversations, mobilizations and protests giving women back their voices to say out loud what we want.

Jan

25

2017

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US Border Tax: Indian Pharma Companies May be Hit

Domestic pharmaceutical companies may be impacted and could see a rough road ahead in the US.

Jan

25

2017

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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.

Jan

25

2017

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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.

Jan

25

2017

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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.

Jan

25

2017

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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.

Jan

25

2017

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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.

Jan

25

2017

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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.

Jan

24

2017

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Indians Students Not Driving Enrolment Growth in UK Varsities

The political changes in the last one year in the UK and USA has left Indians thinking how it will impact their chances of pursuing higher education in these countries.

Jan

24

2017

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UAE at The Core of India’s Middle East Outreach

By inviting the heads-of-state of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) nations for his swearing-in ceremony in May 2014, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a clear statement of intent — that New Delhi was keen on forging better ties with its neighbours.

Jan

20

2017

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New Legislation to Tighten H-1B Visas to Foreign Techies

It will ensure the "best and brightest" students being educated in the US receive preference for an H-1B visa.

Jan

20

2017

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Why Indians Must Say No to GM Diet

This crash diet that became a fad in India a couple of years ago wasn't actually meant for Indian stomachs.

Jan

20

2017

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The Real-life Search Behind The Film Lion

He was the tiny boy from a poor family in India who fell asleep on a train and woke up 1,000 miles from home.

Jan

20

2017

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Law Commission May Enact Law to Protect Spouses Married to NRI Men

At present, abandoned wives can only initiate criminal proceeding against their husbands under Section 498A (husband cruelty) – the offence which is punishable with a maximum imprisonment of three years

Jan

20

2017

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Ban on Rare Flask Given to Colonial India’s Robert Clive

The flask itself is described as "incredibly rare" because there is no other object like it anywhere in the world. It has a silver interior and a gold exterior decorated in jade, emeralds and rubies.

Jan

20

2017

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Jallikattu Stir Spreads to Lanka, UK And Australia

Hundreds of UK-based Indian Tamils have come together to organise a series of protests in favour of Jallikattu this week in London and across the UK.

Jan

20

2017

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U.K. Seeks Indian Help in Resolving Chagos Archipelago Dispute

The British Foreign Secretary has sought Indian assistance in resolving current tensions between the U.K., the U.S. and Mauritius over the future of the U.S. military base Diego Garcia, and the Indian Ocean Chagos Archipelago.

Jan

20

2017

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Sushma Assures Help to Rescue Indian Abducted in Malaysia

External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj sought a report from the Indian mission in Malaysia to rescue a 46-year-old Indian abducted in the country.

Jan

20

2017

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Ghana Pledges Support to India to Fight Terrorism

Shirley Ayorkor Botchway said India continues to invest in West Africa despite the insecurity problems facing the region.

Jan

19

2017

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Salman Khan: Bollywood Star Acquitted in Firearms Case

The court in the city of Jodhpur said the prosecution had been unable to prove that Khan used firearms to kill endangered black bucks two decades ago.

Jan

19

2017

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India Has Established Early Contact With Trump’s Transition Team

"Terrorism remains the most pervasive and serious challenge to international security. Developing a serious global response is of the highest priority, yet hard to do."

Jan

19

2017

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NRI Equity Assets up Three-fold on Modi Optimism

Non-residents remain bullish despite single-digit equity market returns since May 2014

Jan

19

2017

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India Starts Building World's Biggest Stadium

India has started building the world's biggest cricket stadium that will accommodate 110,000 spectators and cost around $100 million.

Jan

19

2017

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Washington Dulles to Get Non-stop India Flights on Air India

Washington’s Dulles International Airport will get a non-stop flight to India thanks to new routes being added by Air India.

Jan

19

2017

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Strengthening Ties With India Was Obama's Priority

Outgoing US President Barack Obama made strengthening relations with India a genuine priority, which resulted in deepening of economic ties between the two countries, the White House has said.

Jan

19

2017

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Singapore And India to Include Limitation of Benefits in DTAA Amendment

Singapore and India agreed on amending their Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) for capital gain income.

Jan

19

2017

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UK Expresses Keenness to Have FTA With India

Johnson said what the UK and India can manage to achieve together, they may not be able to pull-off individually while stressing for a need to "turbo-charge" India-UK trade ties.

Jan

18

2017

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Indian-American Entrepreneur Under Consideration to Lead FDA

Indian-American Balaji S Srinivasan, a successful Silicon Valley-based entrepreneur and CEO of a bitcoin startup, is under consideration for Trump administration's pick to lead the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) after he met the US President-elect.

Jan

18

2017

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How Indian IT Companies Plan to Tackle New H-1B Visa Rules

Industry watchers argue that while Indian IT companies are exploring multiple ways to mitigate the impact of visa restrictions, they have no other option but to increase hiring in overseas markets.

Jan

18

2017

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As Theatres Bleed, Pakistan to Lift Bollywood Ban

Pakistan has allowed screening of Indian films after 4 months.In a tit-for-tat, it banned Indian films after Uri attack.

Jan

18

2017

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India-UAE Ranked World's Second Largest Migration Corridor

The migration of Indians to the UAE in 2015 has been ranked as the “second largest migration in the world”, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Jan

18

2017

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NRI Funds Under Scanner of Enforcement Agencies

Sources in the Punjab govt said that the state police as well as the income-tax authorities are keeping a close eye on foreign funds.

Jan

18

2017

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India Zooms Past USA in Google Play Downloads

India zipped past the US to become the top country that registered 6 billion downloads from Google's Play Store in 2016, according to analytics firm App Annie.

Jan

18

2017

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India Concerned Over UK Student Visa Issue

India has expressed concern over the massive drop in Indian students coming to study in the UK and called for sorting out of visa issues.

Jan

18

2017

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Apple App Store Prices Rise in India

Apple is to put up the price it charges for apps in the UK, India and Turkey.

Jan

18

2017

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India Should Tread Carefully on Missile Sale to Vietnam

It’s important for India not to go out of its way to involve itself in China’s maritime disputes.

Jan

18

2017

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Obama Appoints 2 Indian-Americans to Senior Administration Positions

Less than 100 hours before demitting office, outgoing US President Barack Obama today appointed two Indian-Americans to key administration positions.

Jan

17

2017

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India's NSG Membership Can't be Farewell Gift: China to US

China today said admission of non- NPT signatories in NSG cannot be a "farewell gift" for countries to give to each other, a day after the outgoing Obama administration asserted that Beijing was an "outlier" in the efforts to make India a member of the elite nuclear club.

Jan

17

2017

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UK Student Visa Issues Must be Sorted Out

India has expressed concern over the massive drop in Indian students coming to study in the UK and called for sorting out of visa issues.

Jan

17

2017

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UK Student Visa Issues Must be Sorted Out

India has expressed concern over the massive drop in Indian students coming to study in the UK and called for sorting out of visa issues.

Jan

17

2017

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Why Om Puri Was Hindi Cinema’s Best Policeman

Who can match the seething sub-inspector from Mumbai’s Gol Chowki police station?

Jan

17

2017

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Monty Panesar to Help Australia Before Tour of India

Former England spinner Monty Panesar is to work with the Australia team before their Test series in India.

Jan

17

2017

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When Fast Food Gets an Indian Twist

McDonald's created quite a stir when it announced plans to start serving classic Indian dishes in the form of burgers.

Jan

17

2017

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India, USA Signed MoU For Collaboration in Third World Countries

The MoU facilitates bilateral cooperation between India and USA for exchange of information and experience in sectors pertaining to project development in partner countries.

Jan

17

2017

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US Hopeful of Commercial Deal for N-plant in India by 2017

The Obama administration is hopeful that a deal for a nuclear power plant in India under the landmark pact could be announced by the end of this year.

Jan

17

2017

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UK Urges Indians to Apply For Visas in Advance

Visa applicants can expect to get a visa decision more quickly outside of the peak period, and benefit from quieter visa application centres and more available appointment slots

Jan

17

2017

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US Extradites Man in Killing of Indian-origin Student

A US resident has been extradited to the Dutch Caribbean island of Saba to face charges in the April 2015 killing of an Indian-origin medical student.

Jan

17

2017

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Hindu Board Insists Chettiars Sent Donation Money to India

The PHEB had alleged the Chettiars managing the silver chariot and Lord Murugan temple were mostly Indian nationals, holding permanent resident status.

Jan

16

2017

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The Class of Kaira, Shyra And Shanaya in Bollywood

First-World Yoga Names and what they say about an anxiety to fit in with a globalized world

Jan

16

2017

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Illegal Immigrants From India Will be Nervous in Trump Regime

The US department of homeland security reckons that most illegal Indians “arrived with legal status and overstayed their visas”

Jan

16

2017

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Why do Indians Vote For Criminal Politicians

Why do India's political parties field candidates with criminal charges? Why do the voters favour them despite their tainted past?

Jan

16

2017

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NRIs From Canada, US Travelling to Punjab

They may have a minuscule number of votes in Punjab, but non-resident Indians from the state are coming home in droves to support the political party of their choice.

Jan

16

2017

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Gandhi Slippers Sold on Amazon Enrages India

Flip-flops bearing the face of India's independence icon Mahatma Gandhi, for sale on Amazon, triggered fresh outrage.

Jan

16

2017

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Indo-US Strategic Convergence at Highest Point

he Obama Administration has asserted that the Indo-US “strategic convergence” is at its highest point, as it hoped that the incoming Trump government would continue to prioritise the bilateral partnership of “paramount importance” to address global challenges

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