BENGALURU: Barack Obama will be chief guest at India's Republic Day celebrations, the first time a US president will grace the occasion, marking a diplomatic coup for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and reflecting the rapport that he's struck with the ... Economic Times, 10 minutes ago
US' visa policy cheers Indian startups, opens gates for entrepreneurs & techies - Economic Times, 2 hours ago
US' visa policy cheers Indian entrepreneurs & techies - Economic Times, 2 hours ago
India was cancelled due to visa issues, says she will soon try to come back and meet her fans here. The 34-year-old 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star was supposed to launch her latest fragrance in Mumbai as well as make a special appearance on the Salman ...Business Standard, 22 minutes ago Why KimK's India trip didn't happen? KRK, Poonam Pandey, RGV explain Rediff.com, 20 hours ago Kim Kardashian: Disappointed to miss India tour Times of India, 23 hours ago The India trip of American reality TV star Kim Kardashian has reportedly been cancelled over visa issues India News Blast, 14 hours ago
Fijians will now no longer need pre-entry visa to enter China, as a result of bilateral talks betwee ...
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NEW DELHI: India will offer online visa facilities for 45 countries including US, Australia, Germany, Israel, Japan, UAE, Palestine, Jordan, Thailand, Singapore and Russia. The facility will be announced on November 27 by the ministries of home ...Times of India, 9 hours ago
US President Barack Obama on Friday bypassed the Congress to announce the most sweeping reform to fix America's "broken" immigration system to protect five million illegal workers from deportation. The move could also benefit thousands of Indian techies ...Deccan Herald, 10 hours ago
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Perturbed over the continuing cases of visa fraud, the Australian High Commission today once again warned of stern action against those found indulging in it. The High Commissioner urged Indian nationals to be cautious of scams while applying for ...NetIndia123.com, 1 day ago Australian High Commission cautions Indian nationals on visa scam Siasat Daily, 2 days ago
Obama's action is expected to help a significant number of Indians in the technology field, especially those having H-1B visas US President Barack Obama on Friday used his executive power to announce a series of administrative measures to provide legal status to more than five million illegal immigrants in the country, including those from India. The executive actions, said to be one of the largest measure by a US President on immigration, are expected to help a significant number of Indians in ...Rediff.com, 1 day ago Obama's immigration reforms only band-aid: Vivek Wadhwa Business Standard, 22 minutes ago Obama's new immigration norms to benefit Indians Rediff.com, 1 day ago South Asian group welcomes actions by Obama on immigration Jagran Post, 1 day ago
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The Colors channel, which hosts the Indian version of the Big Brother, had earlier revealed that the 34-year-old reality TV star would appear in the ongoing 8th season as a "guest to interact with the contestants", the BBC reported. However, organizers have ...Business Standard, 1 day ago
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