Indian Govt Plans to Ease Visa Norms for Foreign Faculty for IITs
The IITs are working hard to hire foreign faculty since it would help in positioning them higher in world university rankings.
UK Foreign Secretary Reacts Sharply to French President’s Invitation to Indian Students
French President Emmanuel Macron tried to reach out to Indian students through his tweets.
India Received Highest Remittances from UAE in 4th Quarter of 2017
India received a total of Dh14.8 billion, comprising of 34.2 percent of total remittances during the fourth quarter of 2017.
Indian Diaspora Can Be Bridge Between the Two Nations, Says Indian President in Mauritius
Indian President Ram Nath Kovind is in Mauritius on a five-day visit during the nation’s 50th Independence Day celebrations.
Cheaper Visas Needed to Attract More Indian Tourists to UK, Says Think Tank
France attracted 185,000 more Indian business visitors and tourists in 2016, revealed a research conducted by the Royal Commonwealth Society.
End of the American Dream
Immigrant advocates argue that it is unjust to punish children by excluding them from the only country they know for the choices their parents.
Almost 8,000 Indians Lodged in Jails Abroad
With 2,181 Indians in prisons, Saudi Arabia has the highest number of Indian nationals lodged in jails.
Japan to Hire 200,000 Indian IT Professionals
The demand for IT professionals in Japan is likely to swell to 800,000 professionals by 2030, said Shigeki Maeda, executive vice president, Japan External Trade Organisation.
‘It’s Time to Stop Playing Politics with Immigrants,’ Says Kamala Harris Over California Lawsuit
The U.S. Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against California over its immigration laws, calling them “unconstitutional.”
Louisiana Man Arrested Over Driving Car into Store Owned by Sikhs
The suspect was identified as Chad Horsley, a former Reserve with East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office.