Kashmir’s War Gets Smaller, Dirtier and More Intimate
The Kashmir conflict today is probably driven less by geopolitics than by internal Indian politics.
‘Saris Represent Vast Culture, Color and Diversity of India,’ Says U.S. Envoy
In a video posted by the U.S. embassy on the occasion of India's Independence Day, MaryKay Carlson, the U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission in New Delhi, said that saris represent the country's diversity.
Indian Diaspora Community Holds Rally to Counter Sikh Separatist Event in London
The Indian supporters displayed placards that said “Vande Mataram” and “Sikhs for a United India,” while the pro-Khalistan activists chanted slogans like “Khalistan Zindabad” in London.
U.S. Attorney General Mistakenly Calls Slain Engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla a ‘Sikh’
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions erroneously referred to Srinivas Kuchibhotla, who was killed in a hate crime incident in Kansas last year, as a Sikh, during a speech.
Mechanisms Needed to Curb Indian Immigrant Workers’ Exploitation: Parliament Panel
The Standing Committee on Labour, headed by BJP Member of Parliament Kirit Somaiya, tabled the report on issues affecting overseas employment of Indian workers.
Indian Students Protest in New Zealand Over Withheld Results
The students have been seeking redressal since their institutes came under the radar of the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) over concerns about assessment process.
Number of Indians Entering U.S. Illegally From Mexico at All-Time High: Report
So far this fiscal year, over 3,400 Indians have been caught by U.S. border security agents at the El Centro town of California.