May

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American Indian Veterans Honored at Valley Event

Although it's not always recorded in history books, American Indians have fought for the cause of freedom going back to the revolution.

May

27

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Lakshmi Mittal Puts Palatial London Home Up For Sale

The credit crunch seems to be taking its toll on one of the world's richest Indians Lakshmi N Mittal, who has put up one of his mansions in central London up for sale.

May

27

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US Immigration Bill: Why Tech Industry is Winner

More than any other group, the high-tech industry got big wins in an immigration bill approved by the Senate

May

25

2013

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Expat Indian CEOs Charm With New Moves

Indian-born CEOs in the West have come a long way from the 1980s, when they were seen as geeks and nerds barely capable of making it to the top job.

May

25

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Over 1 lakh Indians Face Arrest in Saudi Arabia

After having failed to regularise their work status, these people have applied for emergency exit certificates to leave the country by July 3, the deadline set by Saudi Arabia for deportation

May

24

2013

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56,700 Indians Face Deportation from Saudi Arabia

As many as 56,700 Indians face deportation from Saudi Arabia in the next one-and-half months.

May

24

2013

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Long Wait For a Green Card Could be Ending

The bill would make it much easier for science, math and engineering graduates of US universities to become permanent residents.

May

23

2013

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Start and Sell: India’s New Valley Success Stories

This breed thrives by soaking up the Valley's can-do culture, and by turning ideas into startups that attract the attention of the big fish.

May

23

2013

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12-year-old Indian-origin Boy Wins National Geographic Bee Contest

Indian-American children have dominated both the geography bee and the Scripps National Spelling Bee in recent years.

May

22

2013

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Indian Guest Workers Sue US Company

Put simply, plaintiffs had been deceived into taking on life-altering debt for something that was never going to happen

May

22

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For the Elderly in US, Poetry Blunts the Pain of Isolation

Some senior immigrants refer to their life in the US as living in a "golden cage" attributable to their ignorance of the language, lack of mobility and social contacts.

May

21

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Indian-American Invents Device That Can Charge Phone in 20 Seconds

n 18-year-old Indian-American girl has invented a super-capacitor device that could potentially charge a cellphone in less than 20 seconds.

May

20

2013

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Hindi To Be Included in Australian School Curriculum

The report argues for the inclusion of Hindi in Australia’s school curriculum, saying it should be an essential part of the Commonwealth’s Asia policy.

May

20

2013

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Gupta Wedding Scandal

The affair - dubbed "Guptagate" has transfixed South Africa since the private flight landed at Pretoria's Waterkloof Air Force base.

May

20

2013

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Indian Embassy Sarts Delivering Exit Papers in Saudi Arabia

India started verification and issuance of emergency certificates allowing its citizens to leave Saudi Arabia following concerns over a new labour policy in the Gulf Kingdom.

May

18

2013

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More Hindus Migrating to the US Than Ever

The number of Hindus migrating to the US every year has more than doubled in the last one decade, with an overwhelming majority of them coming from India

May

18

2013

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US: Indian Sentenced to Three Years for Human Trafficking

In support of the conspiracy, Thakkar and others recruited individuals in India who were willing to pay up to USD 60,000 to be smuggled into the US.

May

15

2013

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Asian Egg Donor Shortage in UK Forcing Couples Abroad

An increasing number of childless Asian couples are travelling to India for fertility treatment because of a shortage of south Asian egg donors in the UK.

May

15

2013

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Four Indian Americans Charged With Healthcare Fraud

Four Indian Americans, including a physician and three co-owners of a health clinic from Chicago area, have been charged with healthcare fraud estimated to be running into millions of dollars.

May

14

2013

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Indian American Surgeon to Discuss Obamacare Impact on India

Noted Indian American surgeon Mukesh Hariawala will discuss the business implications of President Barack Obama's second term on the Indian healthcare system

May

13

2013

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Indians Lobby Hard For a Slice of Immigration Pie

rom corporate America to Indian techies to Indian-Americans with family ties to their native land - all are lobbying hard to influence changes in the proposed immigration law

May

13

2013

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The Posture Guru of Silicon Valley

Esther Gokhale, a posture guru in Silicon Valley believes that people suffer from pain and dysfunction because they have forgotten how to use their bodies.

May

10

2013

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India, a Source of Immense Frustration for American Parents

Expressing concern over increasing "abduction" of American children to India, an influential lawmaker has said that the country has been a source of immense frustration and grief for parents in the US.

May

09

2013

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Hindus to Break Ground for Temple

Followers of one of the world's oldest religions, Hinduism, are finally building a temple in one of California's oldest and diverse cities.

May

09

2013

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Over 18,000 Indians Want to Leave Saudi Arabia

India could witness large-scale reverse migration in the coming months.

May

07

2013

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He is Fulfilling His Dream of Building Houses For Poor

He is the brain behind several world-class and award-winning buildings that include airports and hotels in the US.

May

07

2013

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Indian-origin Surgeon Faces Re-trial in Australia

The Jamnagar, Gujarat, born Patel had a controversial tenure in the hospital from 2003 to early 2005, during which over 80 deaths were linked to him and 30 patients died in his care.

May

07

2013

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American Bill Threatens Indian Outsourcing Companies

A new American immigration bill threatens the future of Indian outsourcing, Indian companies say, because it will limit the number of foreign workers they can bring to the United States.

May

07

2013

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US Honours Two Indian-Americans as Champions of Change

The two Indian American women -- Aparna Bhattacharyya from Atlanta and Pramila Jayapal from Washington State -- were recognised at a White House event

May

06

2013

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Graduates Preferred to Grandmothers in Proposed US Immigration Bill

US immigration authorities would give preference to better-educated and trained visa-seekers who can contribute to the American economy.

May

06

2013

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Is the Indian Techie's Silicon Valley Dream About to Come Crashing Down

The success of the Indian IT sector is inexorably linked to the story of these professionals and their ticket to the US - the H1B visa.

May

06

2013

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A Blot on the Indian Diaspora

The saga of the Gupta family in South Africa resonates with the enchanting flourishes of a fairy-tale.

May

03

2013

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South Africa Probes India Over Gupta Wedding

South Africa's government is investigating whether the Indian embassy abused diplomatic privileges over a society wedding, an official has said.

May

03

2013

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South Africa Suspends Protocol Officer Over Guptagate

Preliminary investigations have revealed the need to probe the circumstances under which the clearances for the aircraft to land were secured.

Apr

30

2013

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Indian Embassy Issues Fresh Guidelines for OCIs

he Overseas Citizens of India card holders, while travelling to India, must carry the OCI booklet and their passport having 'U' visa sticker, the Indian Embassy has said.

Apr

29

2013

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Guyana to Mark 175th Anniversary of Arrival of Indians

The Indian workers were brought to replace the slave labour on the sugarcane plantations after slavery was abolished in British colonies. O

Apr

25

2013

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Passage to Bihar

A series of high profile politicians from foreign countries make a pilgrimage to Bihar in search of their roots.

Apr

23

2013

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US Immigration Bill Could Slow Indian Outsourcers

The industry's long-held fears of a backlash are being realized in its crucial U.S. market.

Apr

23

2013

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Why India's IT Industry is Worried Over US' Draft Immigration Policy

Indian IT companies may need to effect changes in their business models if the bill is passed in its current format.

Apr

21

2013

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Medical Misadventure in Savita Case

The jury in the inquest into a woman who died in hospital in Ireland four days after suffering a miscarriage has given a verdict of medical misadventure.

Apr

20

2013

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US Immigration Reform: More Green Cards, but None for Siblings, Adult Children

Immigrant advocates have pointed out that the increase in employment visas are at the expense of family visas,

Apr

20

2013

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Why the OCI Card for NRIs is a Hogwash

It turns out the “Lifelong” visa (clearly marked as that on the passport) it comes with is not lifelong either.

Apr

18

2013

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Money, Arena and India Play Into Sale of the Kings

With deep pockets and extensive contacts, Ranadive plans to promote the N.B.A. heavily in his native India and to Indians living in the United States.

Apr

16

2013

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H-1B Visas: Nasscom Says Proposed Curbs Discriminatory

Like we have free flow of goods either side, I think it is as important to have free flow of highly skilled people it is part of the business.

Apr

16

2013

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Everyone Has a Fix for Broken US Immigration System

With an estimated 11.5 million foreigners, including some 260,000 Indians, living in the country illegally, everyone is agreed that the US immigration system is broken and everyone has their own fix.

Apr

12

2013

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Punjabi Emigrants to UK Are the Worst Sufferers

Residents of Punjab who migrated to the UK during the 1950s and 1960s went with the hope of coming back after making money in the country.

Apr

12

2013

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Religious Remark Confirmed in Irish Abortion Case

A woman who died after being refused a potentially lifesaving abortion even while she was having a miscarriage was told that her repeated pleas could not be granted because Ireland is a Catholic country.

Apr

12

2013

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Silicon Valley Pushes to Hire More Guest Workers

The new immigration measure will almost certainly fix a situation that keeps people like Sankhla stuck in limbo for so long.

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