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Sebi Allows NRIs to Hedge Currency Risk

Markets regulator Sebi on Wednesday allowed NRIs to access the exchange traded currency derivatives (ETCD) market to hedge currency risk arising out of their investments in India

Indians Become Second Largest Group of Migrants in Australia

ndians have become the second largest group of migrants living in Australia since 2011 at 1,63,000, following people of Chinese origin, according to the latest census data.

Modi Promises Indian Diaspora a Dream India

Expressing confidence that soon India would be a transformed country, the dream of Indian diaspora to see a developed India will be fulfilled in their lifetime.

Can’t Adopt White Child, Try in India, British-Sikh Couple Told by UK Agency

A British Sikh couple were asked by an adoption agency not to apply because of their “Indian heritage” and were advised to try to adopt in India, sparking fury and a race-discrimination case.

Indian Diaspora Showers Praise on PM Modi

The Indian diaspora in the United States showered praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his comprehensive speech as he addressed them here and said his efforts to make a better India are praiseworthy.

Modi Must Raise H-1B Visa Issue With Trump: Indians in US

rime Minister Narendra Modi must raise the contentious H-1B visa issue besides defence cooperation and terrorism during his first bilateral meeting with US President Donald Trump, members of the Indian community said here.

NRI Deposits Hit a Two-year Low With Liquidity Surplus in India

NRI deposits have hit a two-year low in India for a multitude of reasons, including the fact that banks flush with liquidity post-demonetisation are less keen to chase foreign account holders.

Tax-savvy American NRIs Use Family Trusts to Insulate Indian Assets

Trust Indians to come up with jugaad, even when they no longer live in the country.

Efforts to Bring Back Indians Stranded in Qatar

Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju has announced special flights from Qatar to bring Indians trapped there back to the country.

Scheme For NRI Scientists to Work in Indian Institutes Started

In a bid to reverse “brain-drain”, the government launched a scheme under which non-resident Indian scientists will be able to work in the country’s institutions for a period of one to three months.

Indians Brace For Saudi Family Tax

Several Indians employed in Saudi Arabia are planning to send their dependants back with the kingdom set to introduce, from July 1, a monthly 'dependant fee' for expats.

Indian-American CEOs Welcome Donald Trump's Apprenticeship Programme

Indian-American CEOs joined scores of US companies in welcoming President Donald Trump's ambitious apprenticeship programme aimed at developing job-related skills among the workforce.

PM Modi Congratulates Ireland PM Leo Varadkar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Leo Varadkar on becoming Ireland's prime minister and said he looked forward to working with him to enhance relations between the two countries.

Indian-American Entrepreneur Latest Self-made Billionaire in Chicago

Indian-American Rishi Shah, who quit college 10 years back to pursue entrepreneurial dreams, has become tech's newest billionaire. And his business partner, Shradha Agarwal, is close behind.

Indian Tycoon Vijay Mallya in UK Court Fighting Extradition

He is wanted in India to face charges of money laundering and bank demands that he pay back more than a billion dollars in loans to his now-defunct airline.

Indian-origin Candidate Targeted by Racist Voter in UK

Ameet Jogia, an Indian-origin Tory candidate, was allegedly subjected to racial abuse after a racist graffiti was drawn on a wall of a voting booth.

Vijay Mallya Booed During India-South Africa Match

Fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya was heckled by cricket fans who chanted 'chor, chor' (thief, thief) as he arrived to watch the India vs South Africa Champions Trophy match at The Oval cricket ground.

Indian-Americans Earn $60,000 Annually

According to the US Census Bureau the average Indian American family annual income is $60,000 as against the national average of $38,885.

Goan Contingent Wins in UK Poll Upheaval

The desis are almost evenly distributed, with seven representing Labour and five in the ruling coalition.

UK Election: 12 Indian-origin MPs in House

A record 12 Indian-origin MPs won seats in the House of Commons after a tense night of UK election+ in which no party won a majority.

India working to Maintain Its People in Qatar

The Indian embassy in Doha has urged the 630,000 nationals living there to "stay alert", even as four Arab countries severed all relations with Qatar.

US Based NRIs to Adopt 500 Villages in India

These 500 villages have been selected based on the highest farmers suicide rates, high unemployment rates and need immediate support.

Indian-Origin Leo Varadkar Set To Be Ireland's First Openly Gay Prime Minister

The election of Leo Varadkar marks a generational and social shift. Ireland was among the last European Union members to decriminalize homosexual activity.

US Anchor Mocks Indian-American Spelling Bee Champ

CNN anchor is being lashed out by netizens for allegedly making a "racist" remark against Indian-American national spelling champion.

12-year-old Ananya Vinay Win The US National Spelling Bee

Ananya Vinay of Fresno, California won the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday, taking home a $40,000 cash prize

Indian-origin Executive to Pay $750,000 to Resolve Fraud Allegations

An Indian-origin executive at a Florida-based provider of managed care services has agreed to pay US $7,50,000 to resolve his alleged role in an extensive fraud scheme perpetrated at the company.

Conservatives Woo British-Indians With Hindi Campaign Song

Britain's ruling Conservative Party has released a Hindi campaign song on Sunday in an attempt to woo the nearly 1.6 million strong Indian diaspora in the country.

Indians Issued Maximum Work Visas to UK in 2016

Indian nationals were issued the maximum number of skilled work visas to live and work in the UK last year.

US Senate Confirms Indian-American to Key Judicial Post

The US Senate has confirmed Indian-American Judge Amul Thapar to a key judicial position on the powerful US court of appeals.

Majority of Employers Say H-1B Reforms Will Return Jobs to U.S.A.

A majority of employers say that President Donald Trump’s expected reforms to the H-1B foreign guest worker visa program will move jobs back to the U.S.

Indian Mission in UK Organises Anti-terror Pledge for NRIs

The pledge invokes India's faith in the tradition of non-violence and tolerance.

MEA Launches Initiative to Tap NRIs’ Emotional Connect

For the overseas Indians looking to give back to their mother land, more so to ones native village or town, things have become just convenient and credible, thanks to one of the initiatives launched by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).

UK PM May Pledges to Curtail Immigration, Including From India

Prime Minister of UK Theresa May, on Thursday, May18, unveiled her Conservative Party’s election manifesto that makes cutting immigration from countries like India

UK Poll: From a High in 2015, Tories Now Cool on India

The 2015 election saw the Conservative Party’s connect with the Indian community reach new heights under David Cameron, but this time round, India and the Indian community have so far not figured high in the party’s priorities.

Indian-American Jailed For USD 33 Million Fraud In United States

Navin Shankar Subramaniam Xavier, a resident of Florida, was the former Chief Executive Officer of Essex Holdings, the company through which he carried out two fraud schemes.

UK Landlord Faces Legal Action For Ban on Indian Tenants

A 69-year-old British landlord, who instructed agents not to let his properties to people from India and Pakistan, is facing legal action, UK's human rights watchdog has said.

UK Poll: Unease Over India Record of Indian-origin MPs

The 10 Indian-origin MPs in Britain’s last Parliament are for all purposes UK citizens, but given their origins and links to India, there is an expectation that they have a greater understanding of India’s interests.

Curry, Not Colour, Says UK Landlord Facing Legal Action For Banning Indian Tenants

The UK's Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) confirmed that it had applied for an injunction against Fergus Wilson at the Central London County Court

Preet Bharara on Not Returning Trump's Call

India-born former top federal prosecutor Preet Bharara, who received a phone call from US President Donald Trump just two days before being fired, said he "was done with" the American leader and did him a favour by not returning his call.

From MBA in India to Minimum Wage in U.S.

Mr. Singh’s account of an immigrant has found resonance in the current political environment in the U.S.

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