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.
Two Indian-Origin MPs Get Ministerial Positions After UK Cabinet Reshuffle
Rishi Sunak, who happens to be Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy’s son-in-law, and Suella Fernandes, a Goan-origin hard Brexit campaigner, were appointed to the Cabinet by UK PM Theresa May.
India, UK to Sign Agreement on Return of Illegal Migrants
The Memorandum of Understanding aims to streamline the process of return of illegal migrants to India.
Modi to Promote India as Investment Destination at World Economic Forum in Davos
United States President Donald Trump would also be attending the event, the White House announced on Jan. 9.
At PIO Parliamentarian Conference, Modi Lauds Efforts of Diaspora in Preserving Indian Culture Abroad
As many as 124 parliamentarians and 17 mayors of Indian origin from 23 countries are in India to attend the PIO Parliamentarian Conference.
India Cancels Minesweeper Deal Worth Rs 32,000 Crore with South Korean Firm
Talks between Goa Shipyard Limited and South Korea's Kangnam Corporation for project to build 12 minesweeper vessels fall through.
‘You Are Important,’ Rahul Gandhi Tells NRIs in Bahrain
During his address to the Global Organisation of People of India Origin, Rahul Gandhi criticized the Narendra Modi-led BJP government, and said people will see a dramatic change in the Congress.
Sikh Groups in U.S. Ban Entry of Indian Officials to Gurdwaras, Even as Envoy Visits One in London
Over 90 gurdwaras in the United States join those in the United Kingdom and Canada to announce a ban on entry of Indian officials.
Indian, Baloch Demonstrators Protest Outside Pak Embassy in Washington Over Kulbhushan Jadhav Issue
NRI, Baloch and Afghan activists held shoes and placards saying “Chappal Chor Pakistan” to protest against the mistreatment of Kulbhushan Jadhav’s family in Islamabad.
Indian Diaspora a Platform for Strong India-ASEAN Ties: Sushma Swaraj in Singapore
We have immense resources in the form of our diaspora in Southeast Asia, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said during Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in Singapore.