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Immigration shift shows India, China outpacing Mexico
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Immigration shift: India, China outpace Mexico in US

DALLAS: US Census Bureau research shows immigrants from China and India, many with student or work visas, have overtaken Mexicans as the largest groups coming into the US. The shift has been building for more than a decade and experts say it's bringing more ... Economic Times, 2 hours ago
Immigration shift shows India,... LocalNews7.com, 1 hour ago
The Hindu

Forced to give anti-strike undertaking, says FTII student

Gajendra Chauhan, an actor-turned-politician, was appointed as the chairman of Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) on June 9, 2015. His appointment triggered an indefinite strike by students of the institute on June 12. Who is Chauhan? Mr. Chauhan ...
 The Hindu12 hours ago Action plan for FTII to be given to govt tomorrow  Rediff.com2 days ago FTII strike: Rs 6 lakh going down the drain daily  Indian Express3 days ago FTII society member retracts statement after calling protesting students 'goons'  DNA3 days ago
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MSN News US

India, US ties have effect on global peace: Richard Verma

Noting that Indians account for the second largest group of foreign students in his country, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma today said educational exchange programmes help deepen bilateral ties which will in turn have lasting effect on global ...
 Business Standard1 week ago In India, hospitals are hiring guards for doctors  MSN News US1 day ago India will become world power: US envoy  Millennium Post5 days ago 'USA sees India as a Net security provider'  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Times of India

FTII students get international support

The strike by Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) students has found an international resonance with film festivals and renowned directors raising the issue with the I&B ministry.
 Times of India20 hours ago To go home, FTII Russian student told to oppose strike  Indian Express23 hours ago Russian FTII student made to oppose strike by admin in exchange for leave to go home  DNA15 hours ago FTII row: Students call for one-to-one interaction with Jaitley  Ani News1 week ago
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Hindustan Times

SOI springs surprise in PU students' body elections with clean sweep

Shiromani Akali Dal backed Student Organisation of India (SOI) on Wednesdayswept the Panjab University Campus Students' Council (PUCSC) polls by winning all the four posts. SOI candidate Jasmeen Kang got 3732 votes and was elected as the new ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago SOI to contest Delhi University Students Union elections  India Today18 hours ago Jasmeen Kang is PU students' council president  Prokerala3 days ago
NDTV

FTII Row: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Supports Protesting Students

File Photo: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee (Press Trust of India) Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today voiced her support for the protesting students at Pune's FTII and said that "political purpose" should not come ...
 NDTV1 week ago Left resorting to violence  The Hindu14 hours ago Mamata Challenges Left, Says Marxists Won't Be in Power Till 3016  New Indian Express1 day ago CPI-M won't come to power even in 3016: Mamata  Oneindia1 day ago
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Abu Dhabi National

Company Secretary results out: 22 from Ahmedabad in India’s top 25

As many as 22 students from Ahmedabad chapter, including six girls, secured ranks in the top 25 in India in various programmes of Company Secretary (CS), examinations.
 Times of India1 day ago Indian traits of perseverance and adaptability excels in a global workplace  Abu Dhabi National8 hours ago Violence in India at caste protests  UPI2 days ago Is it the right time for video-on-demand in India? Manoj Bajpai and Muvizz think so  Yourstory.in2 days ago
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Bengal student death: Congress leader threatens indefinite hunger-strike

Saturday, 29 August 2015|http://www.nerve.in/news:2535002496809|channel:India " Three people were arrested for beating Jana to death inside the college. However, the district police chief later said none of the three were seen with any weapon in the CCTV ...
 Nerve3 hours ago West Bengal: Congress demands CBI probe into student's death  Zee News3 days ago
Air Force Association

Indian Students Develop Modules For C-130J Contest8/31/2015

Students from universities in India recently presented design concepts for modules to support disaster relief operations in the country, Lockheed Martin said in a news release . Teams from five universities in India met with Indian Air Force C-130J ...
 Air Force Association23 hours ago Indian university students participate in C-130J Super Hercules roll-on/roll-off competition  Ani News4 days ago Indian students participate in Lockheed design contest  Prokerala4 days ago
Samaylive

India popular among Australians for short-term courses

India has become the third most popular destination for young Australians with a total of 569 students opting to undertake short-term study projects in various disciplines in the country. Selected under Australia's New Colombo Plan, these students will arrive ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Australian students to flock to India in 2016 under New Colombo Plan  Business Standard1 day ago India may recognise Australian pathway courses  Samaylive3 days ago
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