Entrepreneurs Files Lawsuit Against Delay in International Entrepreneur Rule

Large number of entrepreneurs and the heads of start-ups has filed a lawsuit against US President Donald Trump for making a delay in the International Entrepreneur Rule, which will be helpful to the foreign heads of the companies living in the United States in growing their companies further. The...
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Countries Apart from US Also Restricting Entry of Indian IT Professionals

The danger of entry of Indian IT professionals on foreign countries is not just limited to the United States but in other countries as well. These countries include Australia, Canada, New Zealand and China, according to the report published in the Times of India. The report says that the Indian...
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This Move of President Trump Will Affect 7000 Indian-Americans

The President of United States is all set to scrap a programme, which helps in granting work permits to immigrants, arrived in the country illegally as children. This move will affect around 7,000 Indian-Americans, according to a report published in The Economic Times. The Deferred Action for Children Arrival or...

Minimum Income Rule for UK Visa Under Scanner

The minimum income visa rule for bringing family members from countries such as India has been challenged by the campaigners after it was found that no effective amendment has been taken on the issue even after the judgment by the Supreme Court. According to the rules, a British citizen has...
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Surgical strike on black money and funding of terrorism by PM Modi

Tuesday evening Prime Minister Narendra Modi came up and dropped a bomb on the black money. In a brilliant, brave and bold move that was daringly simple and breathtakingly audacious, the Prime Minister has announced that from midnight all Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes will turn into ash...
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NASA to sniff for life on Mars

The US military currently uses a sensing technique that remotely monitors the air to detect potentially life-threatening chemicals, toxins and pathogens, has inspired a new instrument that could “sniff” for life on Mars. A fluorescence-based lidar, BILI - Bio-Indicator Lidar Instrument, is a type of remote-sensing instrument similar to...
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India’s surgical strike in Pakistan – European union extends support

The European Parliament extended their support to India’s surgical strike on the terrorist training camps in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). In a signed article that has been published in the EP Today, the Vice President of European Parliament, Ryszard Czarnecki, has said that India’s cross border action against the terrorists...
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Indian-origin physician gets National Humanities Medal in US

Indian-American physician and author, Abraham Varghese has been awarded with the America's highest humanities award, National Humanities Medal,by the US President Barack Obama for his contribution in the field of medicine. Abraham Varghese, a professor of medicine at the Stanford School of Medicine, has authored several acclaimed books including 'My...
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Death Threats For Sikh Mayor In US

Indian American lawyer Ravinder Singh Bhalla has acknowledge of facing death threats after an unidentified man left a bag in his office. Three months...
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Merit-based Immigration Amendments Moved To Immigration Bill

In an attempt to improve existing high-skilled, merit-based immigration laws, amendments are moved to a White House-backed immigration bill by a top Republican lawmaker...
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Sci-Tech Oscar Award For Team With Indian Engineer

Vikas Sathaye, a Mumbai engineer, is a part of the team that won the Oscars 2018 Scientific and Technical Award. The team consists of...
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White House Announces End Of Green Card Backlog

The White house has announced that the immigration framework of the US President Donald Trump will end the green card backlog of high-skilled workers...
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Indian Student Wins 1,000-Pound Grant At UK College

An Indian student named Rachit Patel has won a 1,000-pound grant for becoming the 1,000th student to enrol at Birmingham City University International College...

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