Fall in number of Indians migrating to Britain
The data is based on compulsory National Insurance number registrations made by both short and long-term migrants to Britain.
For students on F1 visa hunting for jobs, Trump’s America is closing the door
The switch from an F1 to H1B is wearing people out, keeping fresh graduates on the tightest leash for the longest outer time limits with every consecutive hoop.
Gupta Empire crumbles as Jacob Zuma exits South African Presidency
The Guptas became household names in South Africa in 2013 when they secured access to the Waterkloof airforce base for their wedding guests.
Why prospect of staying in ‘Trump Tower’ appeals to India’s billionaires in times of Nirav Modi scam
Over the years, successive governments--be it the present Narendra Modi regime or the previous Manmohan Singh regime--have given an impression that rich can freely steal India's money and enjoy all the comforts.
Uber To Continue Investing Heavily In India
Uber Technologies Inc's chief executive pledged to continue investing aggressively in Southeast Asia even though the USride hailing firm expects to lose money in the fast growing market due to costly battles with rivals.
From Mahatma Gandhi to Sachin Tendulkar, Indians who have their own foreign stamps
Indian princess Sophia Alexandra Duleep Singh (1876-1948) was recently featured on one of the eight heritage stamps released by the UK’s Royal Mail, which is honouring the suffragette movement.
For overseas expansion, startups look to hire foreign Ivy League interns
Foreign interns are being hired ahead of expansion in order to not only familiarize them with the company's operations but also prepare a pool of manpower for handling overseas markets