NRI Newsmakers of 2017
Overseas Indian politicians, a flash-in-the-pan billionaire and a murdered techie were among the biggest newsmakers of 2017.
NRI Voice: Pulse of Poland
In the three years of her life at Wrzesnia in Poland so far, Heena Saran has fallen in love with the European country and its people.
U.S.-based NRI Brothers Die Trying to Save Aunt in Mumbai Pub Fire
14 people died and 21 were injured in the fire that broke out at a rooftop pub and restaurant at Lower Parel in Mumbai.
NRI Couple Files Case Against Mumbai Bank Officials Over Money Transfer
The Lagos-based Indian couple says that a sum of Rs 63 lakh was transferred from their account without their knowledge.
Various Measures in Place to Help Indian Women Workers in Distress Abroad: Govt
The government has set up shelters, welfare funds and helplines to address issues faced by Indian women workers abroad, Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh said.
NRI Voice: An Eye for the Moment
Nat Geo Nature Photographer of Year Jayaprakash Joghee Bojan on his life in Singapore, his love for the camera and how he captured the award-winning image of an orangutan crossing a river in Borneo.
Out of Chaos, Trump Reshapes Immigration
The changes have had far-reaching consequences, both for the immigrants who have sought to make a new home in this country and for America’s image in the world.
Trudeau versus Singh is Next Battle for Hearts of Canada’s Left
Jagmeet Singh, 38, is taking on the prime minister at his own game, preaching left-leaning policies and an urban focus, all while indulging a penchant for selfies.
Virginia Man Behind $20 Million H1-B Visa Fraud Faces Deportation
Raju Kosuri was charged with running a visa-for-sale system using the H1-B program for specialized foreign workers, making over $20 million in the process.
Kalimpong Kids: Search for Indian Identity in New Zealand
A new book retraces the suppressed story of 130 mixed-race children sent from West Bengal to New Zealand a century ago.