Ladies First at U.S. Women’s Colleges
Can women's only colleges in the United States allay fears among foreign students about security and inclusiveness in America?
3 Indian Workers Die in Gas Leak On Board Omani Ship
The workers died after inhaling ethane gas leaking from the cargo of the ship docked at the port.
My Soul Found a Home Here, Says Adnan Sami on Indian Citizenship
“India fell in love with me but I fell in love with India even more," says singer Adnan Sami.
One in Four British Persons Admit to Holding Racial Prejudices
As many as 22 per cent people surveyed said they would mind if their close relative is about to marry a black, West Indian or Asian person.
Migrants Workers in Qatar at Risk due to Intense Heat: Report
Qatar has around 630,000 expatriate Indians, many of whom are blue-collar workers in the construction sector.
Bikaner’s Laxmi Adopted by Italian Couple
Zerah Alberto and Tartaglia Lucia, who adopted a boy from Durgapur, will now give home to Laxmi.
Indian Firms Welcome Resumption of H-1B Visa Premium Processing
The six-month pause in premium issuance of H-1B visas made many Indian companies look for newer markets around the world.
Indian Americans Have Highest Median Income Among US Asians, Shows Study
Asians are projected to become the largest immigrant group in the United States in 2055, according to the Pew Research Center study.
US Seeks to Revoke Citizenship of Indian American
The complaint alleges that Baljinder Singh alias Davinder Singh obtained his naturalized U.S. citizenship through fraudulent means.
Indians Worry Over Saudi Deadline for Illegal Migrants
Saudi Arabian government has extended the amnesty until Oct. 15 for illegal migrants to leave the country.