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.
Hindu temples in Thailand, UK, USA, UAE etc are sending funds and supplies to to India to help in the fight against Covid-19
Canadian MP Jagmeet Singh’s co-brother Jodhveer Dhaliwal seen leading attacks against Indian diaspora during ‘Tiranga-Maple’ rally
The members of the Indian-diaspora, who had participated in the Tiranga-Maple rally, have alleged that the attacks were carried out by people closely related to Khalistan sympathiser and NDP leader Jagmeet Singh.
NRIs in Canada protest outside Khalistani sympathiser and Canadaian MP Jagmeet Singh’s office amidst attacks from Khalistanis
The protestors said that the farmer protests have turned into a Khalistani movement which is now targeting Hindu minorities in Canada
Keralites in Kuwait to be most impacted as 8 lakh Indians may be forced to leave over new immigration law
As per reports, Kuwaiti officials have stated that 1.3 million out of the 3.35 million expats in the nation are either illiterate or can barely read or write.
Are you the mouthpiece for lobbying foreign airlines? Union Minister Hardeep Puri slams ET for misleading report on Air India’s Vande Bharat Mission
Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Monday responded to the allegations made by the Economic Times in a report that claimed the Air India's Vande Bharat Mission for repatriation of stranded Indians is overpriced and mismanaged.
Oman asks all state-owned companies to fire foreign employees and appoint Omani nationals at their place
The Oman govt has decided to implement the Omanisation policy which calls for replacing expatriate workers with trained Omani personnel.
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.
Six ways India can make its large, diverse and educated diaspora abroad into force multipliers for India
The Indian diaspora is large, diverse, highly educated, well-off and well respected for their expertise in their fields. Together, they can be one of the biggest force multipliers for India.
The Howdy event will be Prime Minister Modi's third major address to the Indian-American community after he became PM in 2014 and the first after his re-election in May.
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