India, Israel Sign Nine Pacts During Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s First Indian Visit
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been accompanied by his wife and a 130-member delegation.
Indian American Raj Mukherji Appointed House Majority Whip in New Jersey
Raj Mukherji is the first Indian American and Asian American person to be appointed to this position.
Indian Migrant Workers to Get Orange Passports
Indians with non-ECR status would continue to get a blue passport, according to the Ministry of External Affairs.
Bill For More Green Cards Per Year Introduced in U.S.
A legislation pushing for merit-based immigration and increasing the allotment of green cards has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Fringe Elements Spreading Hate, Says Ministry of External Affairs Over Gurdwara Ban in Canada, Other Countries
A majority of the Sikh community in Canada and other countries share a warm emotional bond with India, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said.
Indian Journalist Exposing Breach in Government Database Charged
Police file complaint against Indian journalist who exposed breach in India's biometric database on 1 billion citizens.
Indian Minister Assures Help to Stranded Workers in Kuwait
Minister of State for External Affairs Gen. VK Singh told workers that the government will pursue the matter of their unpaid salaries with the Kuwait employers.
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.