• Little India Desk |January 2, 2018

    Ontario Gurdwaras Ban Entry of Officials Representing India

    Indian representatives on official business will be barred from entering the premises of the Sikh places of worship, the Ontario Gurdwaras Committee said.

  • Little India Desk |December 31, 2017

    Indians in Uganda Demand Tribe Status from Govt

    Recognition as a tribe would help foster in them a sense of belonging to the country, the Indian community says.

  • Little India Desk |December 30, 2017

    Clinton Aide Huma Abedin’s Classified Emails Released by U.S. State Department

    The emails released are from the period when Huma Abedin, who is South Asian, was Deputy Chief of Staff to Hillary Clinton in the State Department.

  • Little India Desk |December 29, 2017

    India Ranked 5th Among Countries With Bad Loans: Report

    India is placed lower than only Portugal, Italy, Ireland and Greece on a list of 39 countries with the highest levels of non-performing assets, according to a recent report.

  • Little India Desk |December 29, 2017

    Introduction of VAT to Make Holidays in UAE More Expensive

    A 5 per cent value added tax will be charged for most goods and services, including hotels, taxis, jewelry, restaurants and sightseeing tours, from 2018.

  • Little India Desk |December 29, 2017

    460 Indians Deported From United States in 2017

    The number of Indians deported from the United States increased by about 30 per cent in 2017 as compared to last year.

  • Little India Desk |December 29, 2017

    Andhra Pradesh Assembly Building’s ‘Idli Maker’ Design Amuses Netizens

    The proposed look of Andhra Pradesh Assembly building, designed by a British firm, draws attention online for looking like a gigantic idli maker.

  • Little India Desk |December 27, 2017

    India to Overtake Britain and France, Become 5th Largest Economy in 2018: Report

    India will become the world’s third largest economy by 2032, according to Cebr World Economic League Table.

  • Little India Desk |December 27, 2017

    U.S. Administration Mulls New Changes For Stricter H-1B Visa Rules

    The Department of Homeland Security may bring back the 2011 rule requiring pre-registration of employers planning to hire workers under the H-1B visa program.

  • Little India Desk |December 26, 2017

    India Slams Pakistan Over ‘Atmosphere of Coercion’ After Jailed Ex-Navy Officer’s Meeting with Mother, Wife

    Kulbhushan Jadhav’s wife and mother were allowed to talk to him through a glass partition in Islamabad on Dec. 25.