Indian student in Australia Vishal Jood to be released on October 15, was wrongly accused of false crimes by Khalistani elements
Vishal Jood reportedly pleaded guilty to three minor charges of altercations that happened between September 16, 2020, and February 14, 2021.
Danish Siddiqui was identified as an Indian by Taliban, dragged out of a mosque, beaten and executed, body mutilated: Read details
Danish Siddiqui's brutal murder has been whitewashed by the mainstream media and US State Department. He was beaten, riddled with bullets and his body was mutilated by Taliban after they confirmed his identity as an Indian journalist working for Reuters.
From baby being thrown off building on fire to infrastructure damage by rioters: Visuals show South Africa’s descent into civil war
A toddler was thrown from the building as the looters in South Africa had set the building on fire. The kid was caught by a group of people.
South Africa: Indian community takes up arms to defend their businesses as violent riots break out, here is why they may be targeted
In all, 6 people have been killed so far and a total of 489 suspects have been arrested.
Vishal Jood, the 24 yar old from Haryana, has been languishing in a jail in the down in the country for two months now.
The OECD report further emphasised that the Indian diaspora constituted the largest high-skilled diaspora in OECD countries.
London: Indian diaspora, PoK activists and Iranian diaspora protest outside the Chinese embassy over ‘expansionist policies’
Demonstrators were heard singing the Indian National Anthem 'Jan Gan Maan' and the Indian National song, 'Vande Mataram' at the protest site.
UK: After election debacle, Labour Party does course correction on Kashmir, says won’t interfere in India’s internal affairs
Labour party leader Keir Starmer, in a major policy change, has declared that his party intends to repair relations with India and British Indians, saying it will not meddle in Kashmir or in any of India’s constitutional affairs.
Next to India, China received $67.41 billion, which is 9.8% of the global remittance figure. Mexico stands in third place with $35.7 billion, an increase in nearly 36 per cent in the last four years.
Sushma Swaraj is one of the most prominent ministers of the Modi government who uses Twitter regularly to help Indians in need
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