UK Soap Sacks Pakistan-Born Actor For Offensive India Tweets

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first_imgPakistan-born actor has been sacked from Britain’s most popular television soap after posting what broadcaster ITV called Sunday “entirely unacceptable, racially offensive” comments about Indians on social media. Related Itemslast_img


US-India-Nepal Alliance: Countering China

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first_imgThe policy of ‘non-alignment’ has no value now- so, where Nepal wants to incline for its betterment is a burning question. Related Itemslast_img


Global CEOs see India as 5th most attractive investment destination

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first_imgIndia moved up a notch to overtake Japan as the fifth most attractive investment destination in a survey of global CEOs, even as the International Monetary Fund said that the country will once again emerge as fastest growing major economy in 2018 amid signs of an improvement in the overall economic environment.In a survey conducted by consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, chief executives said that excluding their home market they are most likely to invest in the US, followed by China with the world’s largest economy expanding its gap as corporate chiefs expect more rapid growth in America. While China held on to its popularity, India moved a up slightly but still trailed Germany and the UK as an investment destination.Read it at Times of India Related Itemslast_img


For students on F1 visa hunting for jobs, Trump’s America is closing the door

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first_imgAbhijit Tagade’s Facebook profile picture tells you nothing about the F1 visa anxiety levels in Trump’s America 2018. Tagade’s toothy grin hides a constant gnawing about the US visa page on his passport. You’d think Tagade, 26, armed with a dual Master’s degree in Economics and Education at Columbia University and a job at Harvard Business School in Boston should have nothing to crib about but he does – his student visa times out in six months.Welcome to the dystopian F1 hamster treadmill in the US for students outside the hallowed circle of Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines.Read it at First Post Related Itemslast_img


How Indian-Americans are becoming more vocal with their reporting of hate crimes

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first_imgLast November, Indian American politician Ravinder Bhalla made news by being the first Sikh mayor of the New Jersey city of Hoboken, as well as one of the first public officials in the US to wear a turban. Now less than a year later, Bhalla is again in the headlines but for another reason: he is speaking out about the death threats that he, and his family, have received since his victory because of his Indian identity. . Read it at Economic Times Related Itemslast_img


With Focus On Health, Green Tech, NRI Plans to Invest Billions in India

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first_imgBhupendra Kumar Modi, a Singapore-based NRI is planning to implement projects worth $2 billion in India, focusing on green initiatives such as electric vehicles (EVs) and healthcare centre.Mr Modi is a Singapore citizen with global business network and an experience spanning four decades. He is a recognised pioneer in the areas of office automation, telecom, healthcare, electric vehicles, global citizenship and omniscience. Related Itemslast_img


Terminix Enters India

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