90,000 Indians Stranded Abroad Rescued in Past Few Years, Says Official
About 90,000 Indian nationals have been rescued from various conflict zones, countries hit by natural calamities and other hazardous situations in the last few years, Indian official Dnyaneshwar M Mulay said.
Number of Indian-Origin Academics Rises in UK
There are more than 5,000 academics of Indian origin in the United Kingdom now, according to a recent report.
Telangana Police Bust Human Trafficking Racket Taking Women to UAE
Five people were arrested and the police are searching for over 30 other agents from Andhra Pradesh.
India to Confirm Identity of Suspected Illegal Immigrants to UK Within 70 Days
India will have 70 days to check identity of people who are suspected to be staying illegally in the United Kingdom.
UK Launches Campaign to Encourage Indians to Apply for Visitor Visas Earlier
The 'Beat the Peak' campaign aims to encourage Indian visitors to utilize UK's post-dated visa offer.
Indian American Passengers Claim Airline Deported Them From Moscow to India
The Indian passengers had flown in from New Delhi to Moscow, from where they were supposed to catch a flight to New York.
More Indian Students Going to Sweden: Report
The biggest increase in incoming students to Sweden was from countries outside the European Union, shows a recent report.
India Posts Biggest Increase in Immigrants Getting U.S. Citizenship
By 2015, 80 per cent of eligible immigrants from India opted for naturalization, according to a Pew study.
Several Indian Workers Stranded at Erbil in Iraq
The workers were duped by agents who took them to Dubai, and then sent them to Erbil on travel visa.
Orange is the New Blue: Why India Wants to Color-Code its Passports
Critics argue that color coding could lead to discrimination against poor and illiterate workers and effectively render millions of Indians second-class citizens.