May

23

2014

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UK Becoming Unpopular Among Indian Students

The number of overseas students coming to study in Britain from Commonwealth countries like India and Pakistan has dwindled from one lakh to 35,000 in the past three years,

May

22

2014

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Singapore Riot: Defence Team of Indian Completes Arguments

The defence team of an Indian national, accused of obstructing police at the scene of Little India riot, has completed arguments in a case related to Singapore's worst street violence in four decades

May

21

2014

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India-born Obama Critic Pleads Guilty to Campaign Fund Fraud

India-born conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza pled guilty to campaign fund fraud on Tuesday after failing to get the case thrown out for selective prosecution.

May

20

2014

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New York’s Indian Community Reacts to Modi’s Victory

Hope is strongly tied to promises of economic reform and infrastructure improvements

May

20

2014

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H-1B Visa-holders Hail Move to Let Spouses Work

The Department of Homeland Security, a U.S government body, had decided to allow spouses of H-1B visa-holders, who are seeking green cards, to get work authorisation.

May

19

2014

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Indian Mango Ban Prompts Protest in Britain

A ban on European imports of India’s Alphonso mango is drawing anger from British Indians, who say the move is unfair and deprives them of one of summer’s sweetest flavours.

May

15

2014

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Sikh Community to March for Sovereignty

On June 06, human rights group "Sikhs for Justice" (SFJ) will hold a "Sikh Sovereignty March" in Manhattan to mark the 30 year of attack on the Golden Temple

May

13

2014

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Indians in UK Protest Garbage-like Treatment

Upset over discourtesy by staff at the Indian High Commission here, over 2,500 Indians have petitioned the mission to be polite to their countrymen and not treat them like “garbage“.

May

12

2014

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One of US' Most Wanted Fugitives Arrested in Hyderabad

Livingston was absconding since 2007 after a US court sentenced him for 23 years in prison for killing his girlfriend.

May

07

2014

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Hiranandani Brothers Among Singapore's Richest Property Tycoons

Indian-origin property magnate Raj Kumar Hiranandani and Asok Kumar Hiranandani have been named among Singapore's top ten richest property tycoons and the two have a collective net worth of $2.6 billion

May

06

2014

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Doctors From India More LikelyTo Be Struck Off

Warnings over foreign doctors as figures show those trained in India are four times more likely to be struck off

May

05

2014

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Surge in Indian Super Rich Seeking Global Citizenship

Rich Indians - defined as those with a net worth of $30 million and above — have now become one of the largest populations based abroad.

May

05

2014

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Identity Crisis Faced By H1B Visa Holders' Spouses

Will work permits help solve 'identity crisis' faced by H1B visa holders' spouses?

May

05

2014

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Stop Treating Us Like Garbage, Indians Tell High Commission in London

A petition on CHANGE.ORG has been scathing in its criticism of the treatment meted out to some at the Indian High Commission.

May

05

2014

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Singapore Plans Centres Outside City for Migrant Workers

Singapore plans to build more recreation centres in the suburbs to draw migrant labourers away from the city after a rare riot in the congested Little India district last year.

May

04

2014

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India Takes Up Students Work Visa Issue With UK

India has taken up the key issue of Britain closing the post-study work visa, which allowed self-financing Indian students to work here after completing their studies

May

03

2014

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Go to India Advice Offends Indians

The Indian community has reacted with outrage at a comment made by an African National Congress leader, himself of Indian descent, that members of the race group who are constantly whining about the government should "go to India".

May

03

2014

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Judgment With a Moral

Indian youngsters living abroad should “imbibe the work culture of the West and social culture of the East, and not vice-versa if they want to succeed in life”.

May

02

2014

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No Indians No PRCs': Singapore's Rental Discrimination Problem

A quick glance at online rental listings shows many that include the words: "no Indians, no PRCs [People's Republic of China]", sometimes followed by the word "sorry".

May

02

2014

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Stop Whining, Go Back to India

Only a foolish Indian in SA will not engage the majority constructively."

May

01

2014

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Three Indians Convicted for $15 Million Fraud in US

Three Indian medical professionals have been convicted by a federal jury for their participation in a nearly USD 15 million Medicare fraud scheme in the US.

Apr

30

2014

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Indian Wins Top Environment Award

An Indian who helped villagers fight a large coal mine is among six environmental activists from around the world who have won the Goldman Prize.

Apr

30

2014

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NRIs Cannot Seek Registration as FPI

Market regulator SEBI has said a non-resident Indian will not be allowed to seek registration as a foreign portfolio investor.

Apr

29

2014

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Nokia Names India-born Rajeev Suri as New CEO

Rajeev Suri will become the new chief executive of Finnish telecommunications gear maker Nokia

Apr

28

2014

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Indian-origin CEO Fired For Beating Girlfriend

Indian-origin Internet advertising mogul Gurbaksh Chahal, who escaped jail despite beating his girlfriend 117 times, has been fired from his post of CEO and chairman.

Apr

26

2014

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Indian-American Doctors Charged in Insider Trading Scheme

Two Indian-American doctors among six persons have been charged by federal regulator in an insider trading scheme where they reaped nearly USD 300,000 from confidential information.

Apr

26

2014

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UK's Hindu Community Backs Role of Church

UK's growing debate over the role and relevance of the church in the state has found a voice of support from the country's Hindu community.

Apr

25

2014

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Barack Obama Names Three Indian-Americans to Advisory Body

President Barack Obama plans to name fourteen individuals, including three Indian-Americans, to a commission charged with working to improve the quality of life of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Apr

25

2014

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Why NRI Marriages Fail

In a world of materialism it is not difficult for NRIs to seek a bride or bridegroom in India.

Apr

25

2014

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IITian Vic Gundotra, Who Launched Google+ Quits

Google Inc's head of social networking services, Vic Gundotra, is leaving the Internet search company.

Apr

23

2014

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Indian-American Doctor Indicted for Causing Death of Two Patients

Pawan Kumar Jain, 61, who has been charged with 61 counts of unlawfully dispensing controlled substances and 50 counts of health care fraud, could face a sentence of life in prison if convicted,

Apr

22

2014

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Indian Grad Students Eyeing U.S. as Land of Opportunity

Over the past 2 years, applications from India have skyrocketed, while those from China have tapered off—leaving analysts scrambling for answers.

Apr

21

2014

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Indians Top Foreign Investors List in Dubai

Indians have topped the list of foreign investors in real estate in Dubai, pumping in USD 1.6 billion during the first quarter of 2014.

Apr

19

2014

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Indian Food Pop-ups Popping Up All Over London

Londoners have a seemingly insatiable appetite for spicy, surprising food from the subcontinent.

Apr

19

2014

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Slumdog Kid Lands Dream United Trial

A penniless football hopeful from India is on the brink of becoming a real-life Slumdog Millionaire – after winning a dream trial at Manchester United.

Apr

19

2014

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White House Names Indian-American Solar Champion of Change

White House has named professor Rajendra Singh as one of ten "Solar Champions of Change" who are taking the initiative to spur solar deployment across America.

Apr

19

2014

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Sant Chatwal Cops a Plea on Campaign Fraud

“Without that (money) nobody will even talk to you. When they are in need of money, the money you give, then they are always for you. That’s the only way to buy them.”

Apr

19

2014

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Sant Chatwal Pleads Guilty to Campaign Contribution Scam

Sant Singh Chatwal, 70, masterminded a scam to raise more than $180,000 for Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid and a Florida congressman.

Apr

17

2014

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India's Pain is UAE's Gain - Indian Expats Buy up Gold Jewellery

With a 16% difference per gram of gold between the two countries, Indians line up across UAE's bullion counters to grab their prized metal

Apr

16

2014

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US-based NRIs Land in India to Campaign for Modi

BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has found supporters away from India.

Apr

16

2014

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Over One-third Of Temporary Workers in US From India

This also accounted for the largest number of non-immigrants residing in the US.

Apr

15

2014

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Expatriate Indians Return Home to Have Their Say

This is the first parliamentary election in which Indian expatriates,can vote in their home country, as part of an amendment to a voting law passed in 2010.

Apr

15

2014

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Action Sought Against Agents For Luring Punjabis to US

The youths, detained in prisons in the US for the past few months, have gone on hunger strike seeking early resolution of their plight

Apr

15

2014

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India-born Poet Vijay Seshadri Wins 2014 Pulitzer Prize

India-born poet Vijay Seshadri has won the prestigious 2014 Pulitzer Prize in the poetry category for his collection of poems "3 Sections."

Apr

14

2014

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Registered NRI Voters Overseas Will Have to Wait

Election Commission faced statutory and logistic impediments in extending overseas voting facilities to them.

Apr

14

2014

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Britain Clears Indian-origin Doctor of Misconduct

The doctor could still face sanctions over the bungled operation and admitted record keeping errors if the panel finds his errors amounted to serious misconduct.

Apr

11

2014

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H-1B Visa Applications Surge to 172500

USCIS conducted the computerised draw of lots to select the Congressionally mandated 65,000 applicants, who would receive the H-1B visas.

Apr

11

2014

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Navy War Room Leak Case: No Penalty Levied by London HC

The case involves leakage of over 7,000 pages of defence information of sensitive nature from the naval war room and air defence headquarters.

Apr

10

2014

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Asian Americans Too Busy to Vote in US

The voter turnout gap between Asian Americans and other groups narrowed among those who have not completed high school.

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