Youth

  • Little India Desk |August 8, 2018

    China to Allow Foreign Students to Take Part-Time Jobs

    The move aims to make the country's higher educational system more attractive, the Ministry of Education told China Daily.

  • Little India Desk |July 28, 2018

    U.S. Remains Most Preferred Destination for Indian Students

    About 7,52,725 students from India are currently studying abroad in 90 countries, according to data from the Indian Ministry of External Affairs.

  • Little India Desk |July 27, 2018

    Number of Indian Graduates Getting Work Permits in U.S. Rises Even As Growth Declines: Report

    The number of Indian graduates under OPT saw the maximum drop in growth in 2017, according to a Pew Research Center report.

  • Little India Desk |July 26, 2018

    Four Indian-Origin Persons Named in Fortune’s ‘40 Under 40’ List

    Fortune’s “40 under 40” list of the most influential young people in business includes General Motors' Dhivya Suryadevara. Vimeo CEO Anjali Sud, Robinhood co-founder Baiju Bhatt and Female Founders Fund founding partner Anu Duggal.

  • Little India Desk |July 22, 2018

    Australia to Replace UK as Second Most Popular Destination for Foreign Students

    There has been little growth in the number of international students entering the United Kingdom since 2012, according to a report by UCL’s Centre for Global Higher Education.

  • Little India Desk |July 21, 2018

    Manchester University Students Paint Over Kipling’s Poem in Protest Against His ‘Racist’ Views

    Students at the University of Manchester replaced the poem If by British writer Rudyard Kipling with black poet and American civil rights activist Maya Angelou’s Still I Rise.

  • Little India Desk |July 19, 2018

    London Mayor Urges UK Govt to Offer Easier Visa Rules for Indian Students

    India should be added to the list of low-risk countries that were recently offered easier norms for student visa application, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said.