New Proposed U.S. Bill Aims to Prevent Offshoring of Call Center Jobs
Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown said that call center jobs in Ohio and across the United States were being outsourced to Mexico, India, and the Philippines.
Skilled Indian Workers Hold Rallies Across U.S. to End Green Card Backlog
The campaign, called #BreaktheBacklog, was launched by GCReforms, a Seattle-based advocacy group of highly skilled Indian workers who have been waiting for green cards for years.
‘Depressed’ Latvian Tourist Missing in Kerala
Liga Skromane, who was in India for Ayurvedic treatment, was last seen at Kovalam beach last week.
Indian Publisher Under Fire for Naming Hitler Among ‘Great Leaders’ in Children’s Book
Publishing house defends its stance saying the book is not talking about Hitler's views or conduct, but merely how “powerful” he was.
Sequoia Capital to Reduce India Fund by 25%: Report
Sequoia Capital is set to raise $650-700 million for internet, consumer, and healthcare companies in India and Southeast Asia.
Adoption of Indian Children by Foreigners on the Rise
More foreigners and NRIs prefer to adopt children with "special needs."
In a First, Indian Architect Wins Pritzker Architecture Prize
Doshi, who is known for his pioneering work in low cost housing, is the first Indian to get the prestigious prize in its 40-year history.
Indian Man Moves Court to Remove Ukrainian Wife’s Name from Visa Blacklist
The man said in his plea that the Foreigner Regional Registration Office has blacklisted his wife without giving any reason.
Tourists are seeking to integrate philanthropic experiences and even volunteer work into their itinerary.
How Tall Is Mount Everest? For Nepal, It’s a Touchy Question.
Gauging the mountain’s precise height is not so simple, and for Nepal, the measurement can involve notions of national pride, in addition to questions of science.