India gains global interest as tourist destination
Asian countries account for six of the top 10 markets showing an increase in the share of visitor sessions looking at Indian destinations.
Several Indian American ‘Promising Young Scientists’ Named Semifinalists in Science Talent Search Competition
The competition overall awards $3.1 million to provide the opportunities and resources that students need to become the next generation of inventors, entrepreneurs and STEM leaders.
Kempegowda International Airport a hit this season with foreign tourists
Bengaluru airport was the second most-preferred in South India this festive season.
Indian Nurses for NHS
The nurses cannot be found in the European Union not because of Brexit but because there is also a shortage of trained staff on the Continent.
New House Bill Grants More Green Cards for Highly-Skilled Workers, But Eliminates Family-based Immigration
The bill would reduce the number of applicants for green cards by eliminating most family-based immigration, except for spouses and minor children.
The Humiliation of Aziz Ansari
Allegations against the comedian are proof that women are angry, temporarily powerful—and very, very dangerous.
Indian fugitive wanted in US alleges racial discrimination at jury trial
The case pending against the present applicant in US was not conducted in fair spirit and the applicant who is an Indian national was victimised.
Well Done: The Indian Vegetarian Selling Steaks In Hong Kong
Sandeep Sekhri came to Hong Kong as a young immigrant from India, opened his first eatery in 2002, with a little help from a friend, and now runs a collection of fine-dining restaurants that employ 800 people.
Anti-immigration fears: Number of Indian students in Britain falls in 5 years
Strict student immigration laws since 2011 have seen Indian students looking to other destinations for higher education. The political uncertainty regarding Brexit bolsters the sentiment.
Goan diaspora: Zest, thy name is Zulema
Zulema, now a resident of Toronto, Canada, is in Goa where she connected with friends and functionaries giving valuable insights on her journey across cultures, communities and professions but, last but not least, the sport that she loves.