Indian-Origin Woman Singapore Jailed For Role In US Navy Corruption Cases
Gursharan Kaur Sharon Rachael, a former lead contract specialist with the US Navy had the responsibility of managing ship husbanding contracts worth millions of dollars.
After Some Hindus Protest on Twitter, Emirates Reverses Its Decision
Emirates, the Dubai-based Airlines, has reversed its decision to discontinue 'Hindu meal' option on flights.
Australia Passes a Motion to Support So-called Low Caste Indians
The Australian Senate has passed a motion on Discrimination based on Work and Descent (DWD), a United Nations initiative banning caste discrimination.
Netflix And Amazon Are struggling to Win Over The World’s Second-largest Internet Market
India's streaming market is proving to be a tough nut to crack for American tech giants Netflix and Amazon.
Indian IT Companies Take Less Than 12% of H-1B Visas
Nasscom executives suggest tightening of H-1B rules have not had a significant impact on Indian IT industry.
India Raises Work Visa Concern With Maldives’ Govt
Sources said that we are receiving complaints (regarding discrimination on work visas), more than a hundred.
Number of Visas Granted to Indians to Work in Gulf States Declines
According to the data, Kuwait is the third most favored destination of the Gulf, after the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
From Beef Burgers to Friendly Strangers, Indian Immigrants Recall Their First Days in The US
Since 2013, the organisation has been collecting the memories of immigrants and refugees from around the world, specifically focusing on who they met and what they saw, ate, and did in their first days in the US.
Indian American Former Equifax Software Developer Sudhakar Reddy Bonthu Charged with Insider Trading
Bonthu, an Indian citizen, entered a not guilty plea June 28 before U.S. Magistrate Judge Alan Baverman, who indicated the case would be referred to a U.S. district judge for a guilty plea at a later date.
Amazon vs Walmart: Rumble in Indian Retail
A short-term status quo can be expected as Walmart clears regulatory hurdles, but soon enough, both will play to their strengths and make inroads into each other’s territories.