Indian Americans Face Unfair Treatment by Police: Survey
At least a quarter of Asian Americans said they experience discrimination while seeking employment or housing, according to a recent survey.
Manhattan Woman Killed in Shark Attack in Costa Rica
The shark tore away at Rohina Bhandari’s legs and injured her guide when she had gone diving at Cocos island.
New Zealand Family Recovers from Botulism but Loses Memory
An Indian couple and the man’s mother had collapsed last month after consuming meat of wild boar he had hunted.
Telecom Dept. Issues Guidelines for Re-verification of Mobile Numbers of NRIs, Foreigners
Department of Telecommunications has outlined process for re-verification of Indian mobile connections of NRIs who do not have Aadhaar.
NRIs Approach Supreme Court Over Parental Abduction Cases
A U.S.-based group has approached the Supreme Court to seek guidelines for faster resolution of child abduction cases involving NRI parents.
Charlottesville’s Lingering Shadow
The violence in Charlottesville was a wake-up call for many Indian Americans.
Auckland Chef Awarded Compensation for Unfair Dismissal
Investigations by Employment Relations Authority revealed that Babu Pandit's job was terminated over a “miscommunication”.
NRI Businessman Gets Notice for Alleged Violation of Foreign Exchange Laws
NRI businessman CC Thampi allegedly violated Foreign Exchange Management Act provisions during purchase of land in Kerala.
New Indian Diaspora Forum To Push For Policy Advocacy In UK
The Indian Professionals Forum is a think tank that aims to bring the voice of the community to the mainstream.
U.S. Court Stops Deportation of Man Afraid of Persecution From Dera Sacha Sauda
The Sikh man relocated to California in 2011 after he said he was “harmed” by the religious sect twice.