Indian Students in The US at Record High

The number of Indian students studying in the US soared by 25% to a record high, figures from 2015-2016 show.

Demonetisation Also Affects NRIs

Demonetisation of Rs.500 and Rs.1,000 currency notes has not only taken the Indian citizens by surprise but also created quite a situation for the Non Resident Indians living overseas.

Indian-origin Kamala Harris Has Potential to be 1st Woman US Prez

Indian-origin California attorney general Kamala Harris has potential to become the first woman president of the United States, a media report has said.

Ours Are The Streets

In Singapore, nearly three years after the Little India riot, migrant workers from Bangladesh and India attempt to create a semblance of home, through music, poetry and cricket.

Theresa May Wants Trade But Won’t Adjust UK’s Visa Rules

Theresa May wants trade but won’t adjust the UK’s visa rules that insult Indian students

Indian-American Amul Thapar on Trump's list for Supreme Court judge Nominees

Indian-American Amul Thapar is among the shorlisted potential nominees for Supreme Court judge picked by President-elect Donald Trump.

Abu Dhabi Woos Indian Investors With Tax Holiday, Sops

Aiming to become a major financial centre in the Middle East region, the Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) is wooing Indian businesses with incentives like zero tax for 50 years and full ownership.

Trump's Immigration Plan May Help Indians in US

Tens of thousands of prospective Indian immigrants already in the US stand to benefit from immigration reforms proposed by President-elect Donald Trump's transition team.

Many Indian-Americans Could be Part of Trump Administration

Many prominent Indian-Americans could be part of Donald Trump's administration, a senior Republican leader has said, asserting that the president-elect has a "history of hiring the best talent".

Indian-Americans Celebrate Their Impressive Victory

With four Indian-Americans, including two women, elected to the US Congress, euphoric community members said that the unprecedented victory shows they have become part of the mainstream political landscape.

Indian Rupees: Holders of Notes Abroad Face Tough Battle

People outside of India holding discontinued 500 and 1,000-rupee (£6; £12) notes face difficulties exchanging them

Indian-Origin Candidates Sail to Victory in U.S. Elections

Democrats Pramila Jayapal, Kamala Harris, Ro Khanna, Raja Krishnamoorthi win seats.

Indian Diaspora Caught Out By Surprise Currency Clampdown

India's shock move to withdraw large denomination bank notes from circulation to fight corruption and tax evasion has left some overseas citizens high and dry.

NRI Tycoon’s Retail Giant Launches Operations in The US

the Abu Dhabi-based Lulu Group launched its maiden operations in the USA. Y International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Lulu Group started its operations in Lyndhurst, New Jersey.

Indian Diaspora Stumped By Surprise Currency Ban

India's shock move on Tuesday to withdraw large denomination bank notes from circulation to fight corruption and tax evasion has left some overseas citizens high and dry.

Kamala Harris Becomes First Ever Indian-American US Senator

Kamala Harris, California's Attorney General, was elected to the United States Senate. She was elected from California, her home state.

Tips For NRIs Selling Property in India

The recent boom in the Indian real estate industry has prompted NRIs (Non Resident Indians) to sell their properties in India to take advantage of the hike in land prices.

How the Guptas Captured South Africa

The family enjoys close links to President Jacob Zuma. Three of his children worked for companies then associated with the family.

Expats Root For Hillary

Expats and Indian-Americans in Bengaluru are sending up a common prayer — may Donald Trump lose. Hillary, many think, is a better choice and will throw up fewer immigration hurdles for Indians workers.

Capturing Success of Indians in Europe

The Indian diaspora in the EU is estimated to be six million plus or about 20 percent of the total population.

Indian-American Voters Can Decide Next US President

With the election date for the US presidential polls just two days away, Indian-American voters have emerged as crucial players, who can decide the fate Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Lack of Awareness Leads to Fraudulent NRI Marriages

Bilateral agreement between India and other countries cannot alone solve the issue

Indian-origin Chai Waali is Australia's Businesswoman of The Year

Not only a founder this amazing 'Chai Waali', Virdi is also a famous community and business leader.And it is only her passion for Indian tea that made her a successful businesswoman in Australia.

UK's New Visa Rules Will Impact Indians

In a crackdown to curb its soaring immigration figures, the UK government has announced changes to its visa policy for non-EU nationals, which will affect a large number of Indians especially IT professionals.

Indian Students In United States See Democratic Hillary Safer

For Indian students who set foot in the USA – those who wish to settle in this country and those who want to go back to India – the US Presidential election of 2016 is a source of dispassionate entertainment, reasonable concern and cultural shock all at the same time.

New UK Visa Regulations to Affect Indians From November 24

The changes, announced earlier this year, are intended to reduce dependence of British companies on Indian and other non-EU professionals.

Indian Teen Arrested in US For Cyber Attack Choking 911 Lines

An Indian-origin teenager has been arrested in the US for carrying out a cyber attack that swamped Arizona's emergency services with several bogus calls.

Alarming Rise in NRIs Sending Divorce Notices From Abroad

There has been an alarming rise in the cases coming to the Commission related to ‘NRI marriages’ where the NRI husbands were sending divorce notices from abroad to their wives here

Justice For Indian-origin Man 18 Years After His Murder

Scottish national was on Sunday sentenced to life in jail for the murder of a man of Indian-origin 18 years ago.

American Indians’ Reactions To Trump’s Hindi Ad Are Just Priceless

Recently, Donald Trump was seen targeting the Indian-American vote bank for the US presidential elections through a television advertisement.

Donald Trump Speaks Hindi in Indian American Campaign Ad

In a thick American accent, the Republican tries to woo Hindus by adopting Narendra Modi’s winning message: ‘This time Trump government’

Indians' Verdict on Donald Trump's Hindi

US presidential candidate Donald Trump has spoken a few words of Hindi in a video aimed at wooing Indian-American voters.

Indians in Europe

Settled in cities and towns across the globe, Indians make up the second-largest community of migrants in the European Union.

Ab Ki Baar, Trump Sarkar, Says Donald Trump

n a bid to woo Indian-Americans, Donald Trump+ has borrowed from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's winning slogan of the 2014 general elections as the Republican presidential nominee is seen in a TV ad saying "Ab Ki Baar Trump Sarkar"

Nikki Haley Says She Wll Vote For Trump

South Carolina's Indian-American Governor Nikki Haley has said this year's US presidential election has turned her stomach upside down as she is not happy with either of the choices for the president, but she still plans to vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump.

NIA May Soon Probe Attacks on Indians Abroad

The Centre is all set to amend the National Investigation Act, 2008, and Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), 1967, to grant NIA powers to launch a parallel probe into terror attacks on Indians and their properties abroad.

3 Indians Among 6 Killed in Malaysia Hospital Fire

Three Indian-origin Mala ysians were among six persons killed today when a fire broke out at the intensive care unit (ICU) of a major government hospital in southern Malaysia’s Johor Baru.

Will an Anti-immigration UK Govt Want More Indian Students

The Brexit referendum and British prime minister Theresa May’s tough stand on student visas and reports that her government will see where visa rules can be tightened, does not augur well for Indian students.

US Presidential Election Distressing For Indian-Americans

As the US presidential election draws to a close, it seems almost laughable that any nation in the world would look at what is happening in the US now and want to copy America’s style of democracy.

Indian-origin Researcher's Smart Textiles to Help Measure Illness

Research by an Indian-origin scientist at the University of Rhode Island has shown that clothes and other wearable items could possibly sense illness and transmit data to a doctor in a distant clinic to monitor health and prescribe drugs.

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