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.
PM Modi took at Former Prime Miniter Rajiv Gandhi remark about only 15 paise of every rupee spent by govt reaching the public
A narrative seems to be being built to guilt Indians on the illegal immigrants' issue
Rahul Gandhi does it again!
The Income Tax authorities have added a new clause in the income tax return form seeking this information.
The Print columnist Zainab Sikander Siddiqui wants Charlie Hebdo to have the “guts” to mock the Holocaust if it wants to publish cartoons on...
Zainab Sikander Siddiqui ruled that Charlie Hebdo cartoons mocking other religions are not offensive, only cartoons on Islam are offensive
NBSA summons Zee News editor Sudhir Chaudhary for “divisive” report on the different types of Jihad, says it targets the Muslim community
NBSA asked Zee News Editor-in-chief Sudhir Chaudhary to appear for a hearing on November 26 via video conferencing
Former PM of Malaysia goes from talking about women’s ‘secret place’ to inciting genocide for insulting Islam in single tweet thread: Read details
Mahathir Mohamad justified the attacks on French people by Islamist terrorist saying that mere boycott could not compensate the wrongs of France.
AajTak, Zee News and others apologise after NBSA pulls up the channels for spreading fake news on Sushant Singh Rajput’s death
AajTak, Zee News and India TV air apology for its insensitive and sensationalised reporting of actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death
India objects to Saudi Arabia over distorted map of India on new 20 Riyal banknote, asks to take urgent corrective steps
India registered objection over a distorted map showing Jammu and Kashmir separated from India in newly released 20 Riyal banknote
Chinese state-run channel shows the portrait of Prophet Muhammad, netizens ask if Muslim nations will boycott China
Arslan Hidayat, an Uyghur Rights Activist, took to Twitter shared a video of a Chinese TV series on Twitter in which it was depicted that an Arab ambassador visiting China during the rule of Tang dynasty gifts a portrait of the Prophet Muhammad to the Chinese emperor.
Charlie Hebdo mocks Turkish President Recep Erdogan in its latest cartoons, shows him lifting a skirt of woman wearing ‘hijab’
The front-page caricature of Wednesday's edition of Charlie Hebdo that was released online on Tuesday night depicts Erdogan in a white T-shirt and underpants, drinking a can of beer and lifting up the skirt of a woman wearing a hijab to reveal her naked bottom.
Watch: Pro-India accounts disrupt Pakistan’s anti-India online meeting on Zoom, play pro-Hindu and Indian nationalistic songs
Indic social media users caused embarrassment to Pakistani authorities and diplomats after they raided their online event on zoom
The name of PM Modi echoed on Monday as members of Pakistan's opposition members chanted 'Modi, Modi' slogans inside Pakistan National assembly
On Monday, 21-year-old Nikita Tomar was shot to death in broad daylight outside the Aggarwal college in Ballabgarh, Faridabad