Indian-Origin Immigrant Rights Activist Faces Deportation Following Arrest in U.S.
Ravi Ragbir faces deportation to Trinidad from where he emigrated to the United States.
Obama Received Gifts Worth $3,000 During 2015 India Visit
The gifts presented to the then U.S. President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle during their visit to attend Republic Day in 2015 included shawls, books and a tea box.
America Will Remain a Country of Immigrants: U.S. Ambassador to India
American Ambassador Kenneth Juster lauded Indian entrepreneurs for successfully bridging the gap between the cultures of the United States and India.
Take Stringent Action Against Agents Sending Indians Abroad Illegally, Sushma Swaraj Tells States
Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj outlined a four-point agenda for rescue or repatriation of distressed workers abroad.
Certificate of Good Conduct Required for New Jobs in UAE
Indian citizens seeking the certificate can apply on the online portal of the Ministry of External Affairs’ (MEA) Consular, Passport and Visa division.
Indian Govt to Introduce New Measures For Increased Aadhaar Security
UIDAI to put in place two-tier protection with virtual 16-digit ID number to enhance Aadhaar security.
U.S. Tells Citizens to ‘Exercise Increased Caution’ While Visiting India
U.S. State Department asks citizens to avoid visiting Jammu and Kashmir, except eastern Ladakh, and east-central India.
Number of Indian Professionals on the Rise in Germany
In the first half of 2016, over 20 per cent of EU blue cards issued in Germany went to Indians.
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Celebrated Around the World
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas was observed around the globe with conferences and gatherings to mark the contributions of the Indian diaspora.
Federal Judge Temporarily Stops DACA Repeal
A federal judge in California ruled that the U.S. government must maintain the Daca program while litigation over its fate is on.