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Government to Get Vijay Mallya Extradited From UK

The Centre on Tuesday informed the Supreme Court that it would soon initiate court proceedings and approach the British government to get Vijay Mallya extradited from Britain.

Apr

27

2016

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Supreme Court Rejects Mallya's NRI Argument

The apex court ordered the businessman to disclose all his assets both in India and abroad to the banks, including that of his family.

Apr

27

2016

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Olympian Seeks to Change History as First Indian-Australian Gold Medallist

Vinod Kumar only became an Australian citizen last year, now he is preparing to represent the country at the Olympic Games in Rio and become the first Indian-Australian gold medallist.

Apr

26

2016

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Indian-Origin Doctor Fired

An Indian-origin doctor at a US Miami hospital has been fired after a video that showed her attacking an Uber driver and his vehicle went viral.

Apr

26

2016

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India Revokes Passport of Tycoon Who Owes $1bn

India revoked the passport of a flamboyant Indian businessman accused of fleeing to London in March while owing more than a billion dollars to Indian banks.

Apr

25

2016

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Vijay Mallya's Name is on UK Electoral Rolls

Indian liquor baron Vijay Mallya, whose Kingfisher Airlines has been accused of having defaulted on loans and faces legal proceedings, appears on the electoral rolls in the UK with his country home in Britain as his recorded address

Apr

25

2016

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Patna Boy Gets Prestigious US Platinum Research Award

A topper of 10th CBSE examination from DPS Patna Ashish Kumar has been awarded the prestigious 'Platinum Research Award 2016' at the university of Colorado at Boulder, USA in the recognition of his outstanding contribution to the department of electrical, computer & energy engineering .

Apr

25

2016

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Workers From India Hardest to Understand

Maine's Republican governor says it's hard to understand workers "from Bulgaria" and workers from India are "the worst ones."

Apr

25

2016

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HC Issues Notice to NRI Commission

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has issued notice of motion to the Punjab State Commission for NRIs, the State of Punjab and other respondents in a Sector 21 property matter and also stayed operation of an order passed by it.

Apr

25

2016

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India-born Reuben Brothers Top UK Rich List

Britain's annual rich list released on Sunday has a distinctly Indian flavour with two sets of India-born brothers — Reuben and the Hinduja — grabbing the top two slots.

Apr

24

2016

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Vijay Mallya's Passport Revoked by External Affairs Ministry

Liquor baron Mallya, who's been in Britain for over a month, is facing legal proceedings for the alleged default of loans from various banks.

Apr

22

2016

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Punjab Politicians First Woo The NRI Voters

Punjab, which has a considerable NRI population settled in Australia, Britain, Canada, Malaysia and the US, as also in European countries,sees an important and active role by its diaspora in elections.

Apr

22

2016

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Vijay Mallya Takes NRI Plea

Wanted in India for unpaid loans worth nearly a billion dollars, he has said that banks have no right to seek details of the assets owned by either his family or him abroad as he is an NRI since 1988.

Apr

22

2016

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Ads That Perfectly Capture NRI Emotions

As a desi living in the United States, you will be unable to stop yourself from watching ads with a high emotional quotient because they rekindle fond memories.

Apr

21

2016

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Author of Book on Bullying of Sikhs Told to Remove Turban

Sikh-American teenager Karanveer Singh Pannu who shot to fame with his book "Bullying of Sikh American Children - Through the Eyes of a Sikh American" was forced to remove his turban at an airport in the US state of California. T

Apr

21

2016

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Preet Bharara Gets His Teeth Into Panama Leaks

The feared US attorney who featured on Time magazine cover as the Man who is "'Busting Wall Street," has written to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), telling them he is opening a criminal investigation into some aspects exposed in the leaks.

Apr

21

2016

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NRI Women Became The Victims of Laws

Laws are implemented even elsewhere with claims that they are intended to protect its intended beneficiaries, i.e. women – it is also a fact that women find themselves becoming its unintended victims.

Apr

19

2016

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Sikh Fervour Grips Times Square

The iconic Times Square was seeped in the colours of the Sikh culture as thousands of community members gathered in New York to celebrate Turban Day.

Apr

19

2016

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6 Truths about Indian Expats

An interesting finding of the research is that Indians abroad call home twice a day on average.

Apr

18

2016

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NRIs With Offshore Bank Accounts Cannot Escape Investigation

NRIs with offshore bank accounts cannot keep the taxman at bay by obtaining quick relief from the court of law. In order to prove their innocence, such persons will have to instruct the overseas banks to share information on the accounts with the Indian tax office.

Apr

18

2016

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NRI Interests & India Budget

As far as NRIs are concerned, various tax deductions and facilities applicable to Residents are equally applicable to the NRIs’ Indian income.

Apr

18

2016

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Indians Good For Canada And UAE

Millions of Indian immigrants and expatriates living abroad are contributing enormously to their new host countries such as UAE and Canada.

Apr

17

2016

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A Suitable Bong

Non-resident Bengalis making a conscious effort to teach rituals and customs to their next generation isn't new.

Apr

16

2016

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Singapore NRIs Have Big Plans For State

The trade and investment scenario is all set to take a major leap as the Telugu NRIs based out of Singapore, US and other countries across the world are chalking out plans to tap investment opportunities in Sunrise Andhra Pradesh.

Apr

16

2016

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UK Panel Opens Inquiry Into Treatment of Indian Students

British parliamentary panel has launched a formal inquiry into the treatment of international students, majority of them Indian, who were accused of cheating on English language tests and forced to leave the UK.

Apr

15

2016

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Expat Stories from Arabia Narrates Horrors of Indian Workers

There are horror stories that are heard about the manner in which employees from India are treated by their employers in Saudi Arabia.

Apr

15

2016

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Barack Obama Praises Young Indian-American Science Wizards

US President Barack Obama has profusely praised two Indian-American science whiz kids for their innovative ideas and path breaking thinking, which he said would help serve the global community.

Apr

14

2016

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NRIs Turn to Startup Expertise For Their Real Estate Investments

Startups in the home aggregator and rental space say a growing number of non-resident Indians are seeking their expertise to manage their real estate properties in India, marking a shift from the general practice of entrusting the task with traditional brokers.

Apr

14

2016

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US Visa Fee Hike Discriminatory

India has expressed concern over the hike in visa fee by the US, saying it is "discriminatory" and largely affects Indian IT professionals.

Apr

13

2016

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Canada’s PM to Apologise to Sikhs For Komagata Maru Tragedy

Even as almost half a million Sikhs of Indian origin have found a better life in Canada, the story did not have such a pleasant beginning.

Apr

13

2016

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US toTake Action Against Indian Students Extending Their Stay

The US will take action against 306 Indian students caught in a sting operation for allegedly trying to extend their stay in the country illegally

Apr

12

2016

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Welcome to Indian Safari in South Africa

South Africa's political community is brimming with stories of India's unprecedented influence in the country, but Durban-based Penumala Pratap Kumar isn't celebrating.

Apr

12

2016

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NRI Told to Repay Site Price at Current Guidance Value

The High Court on Monday directed Joseph Chacko, who is accused of duping NRIs of over Rs 500 crore by promising them sites in Bengaluru, to return the amount at the present guidance value.

Apr

11

2016

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Troubled Guptas Lack Clout in India

The alleged involvement of the Indian business family the Guptas in fixing cabinet posts in South Africa has barely caused a ripple in Indian media or political circles.

Apr

10

2016

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India Cautions Britain Against Tightening Norms

India has told Britain that by tightening norms for skilled foreign workers it was mixing up Intra Company Transfers (ICTs) with immigration and this could affect bilateral ties.

Apr

10

2016

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South Africa's Gupta Family Quits firm Amid Furore Over Zuma ties

outh Africa's beleaguered Gupta family has decided to quit their company amid increasing calls for a probe into the Indian-origin business barons' alleged influence in the government through links with President Jacob Zuma, whose son also resigned from the firm after the furore.

Apr

08

2016

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Indian Students Face Deportation Over US Visa Fraud

Mostly Indian and Chinese students are among over 1,000 people facing deportation from the US after being caught in an undercover operation that involved a fake university set up by the US government to catch visa fraud.

Apr

08

2016

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80-year-old NRI Walks From Kanyakumari to Delhi for Charity

An 80-year-old NRI based in the UK concluded his 3,000-km walk from Kanyakumari to Delhi on Thursday to spread awareness about blindness and raise funds.

Apr

07

2016

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Meerut Girl Part of US Team That Cracked Zika Structure

Devika Sirohi, 29, is the youngest member of a team of seven researchers which has, for the first time, determined the structure of the Zika virus.

Apr

07

2016

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Indian IT Industry Steers Clear of Murthy's Immigration Comment

The Indian IT industry has distanced itself from InfosysBSE -1.55 % founder NR Narayana Murthy's comment that the country's software industry has been acting as "immigration agents" for its employees.

Apr

06

2016

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10 Indian Americans Arrested in Visa Fraud Case

US law enforcement agencies today arrested 21 people, including 10 Indian Americans, on charges of visa fraud involving about 1,000 foreign students.

Apr

06

2016

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India Alarmed by Report of Children Trafficked to UK

Gangs operating in the north Indian state of Punjab are preying on destitute Indian children, as well as Nepali children who migrated to India after earthquakes hit their country last year.

Apr

06

2016

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Autistic Tendencies High in NRI Kids

Though the high incidence in NRI children is a fact unanimously acknowledged by city experts, they are divided over the factors responsible for the rising cases of autism.

Apr

05

2016

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Indian-origin South African Freedom Fighter Nanabhai Dies

Nanabhai, who was one of the first South Africans to volunteer for the ANC armed wing Umkhonto we Sizwe to fight against apartheid, was honoured with the National Order of Mendi for Bravery in 2014 by President Jacob Zuma.

Apr

05

2016

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Indian Professionals in UK Face Uncertain Future

Indian professionals are making a last-ditch effort to appeal to the UK government over a new 35,000 pounds salary threshold requirement which comes into effect.

Apr

05

2016

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Indians Form 2nd Largest Group of Foreign Students in US

Indian students in the United States represent the second largest number of foreign nationality students studying there

Apr

04

2016

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A Passage Back to India

Wth oil prices plunging, the Gulf is no longer the land of opportunity for Indian migrants workers. Many of them have lost jobs and are packing up to return home.

Apr

04

2016

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Halloween Sambhar And Other Stories

o matter how glowing the reports of the school canteen or the dedication to quick-cooking noodles, there will come a time in every Indian student’s life abroad when he will yearn for Ma ke haath ka khaana.

Apr

04

2016

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Out to Woo NRIs, Capt to Tour US, Canada

To counter the (AAP’s influence on NRIs and garnering the Punjabi diaspora’s support for the Congress ahead of the 2017 Assembly polls, PPCC chief Capt Amarinder Singh will embark on an a tour to the US and Canada.

Apr

04

2016

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UK-based NRI Keen to Buy Tata’s UK Steel Plant

UK-based Indian steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta to acquire Tata Steel plants at Port Talbot, Britain’s largest employing some 4,000 people.

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