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Indians Abroad

Indian-American student to face trial for roommate's suicide

An Indian-American Rutgers University student, accused of spying on his roommate's sexual encounter with another man, will stand trial in February next year after he refused a plea deal on Friday that would have put him behind bars for not more than five years.

Lokpal Bill: Indians in UAE advised to respect local laws, avoid protests

Indians in the UAE have been advised to respect local laws when reacting to developments such as social activist Anna Hazare's anti-corruption movement in their home country.

Indian community leaders form group to help students in Aus

Following several incidents of violence against Indian students in Australia, community leaders here have teamed up to help new migrants from India to adjust to a new life in this country.

'Indian-origin people soft targets at workplace in S Africa'

South African Indians are being unfairly targeted at the workplace, a minority rights leader has said after powerful Municipal Workers Union (Samwu) accused the community of accommodating their "brothers" in top jobs at the expense of African employees.

Interests of Indian students to be protected at UNVA: US

US has assured to protect the interests of hundreds of Indian students at the University of Northern Virginia (UNVA), which was raided by investigating and law enforcement agencies on suspected charges of alleged visa fraud.

Victorian police appeals for help to find Indian student

Victorian police have appealed for help to find an Indian student who has been missing for almost two weeks.

Indian Air Chief watches demonstration flight of FGFA

Indian Air Chief PV Naik on Monday watched the demonstration flight of the prototype of fifth generation fighter aircraft (FGFA) at a Russian airbase near Moscow, which will be jointly developed and produced by the two countries under an inter-governmental agreement signed in October 2007.

Indian students in Canada more than double in a year

The first Canada-India Education Summit this week in Ottawa is set to boost research and educational ties between the two countries.

Indians top suicide cases in Dubai

Of the total number of suicide cases reported from Dubai in 2009 about 70 per cent were Indian nationals, a news report has said adding that of a total 113 people who chose to end their lives, 79 were from the subcontinent.

Workers at two Indian eateries in US get $95,000 in back pay

Employees of two Indian eateries in California recovered nearly $95,000 in back wages following an investigation by US labour regulators revealing they were not being paid the minimum wage, a media report said.

Indian sentenced to 3 yrs in prison for stealing trade secrets

A 27-year-old Indian, who worked as a trader at Societe Generale (SocGen), has been sentenced to three years in prison for stealing trade secrets at the French investment bank.

UN official greets Sikhs on 'Sikh Environment Day'

A top UN official has sent greetings to the Sikh community worldwide on the occasion of the 'Sikh Environment Day'.

Jayant Patel's appeal against conviction to begin today

An Australian court was on Wednesday hearing an appeal by Indian origin surgeon Jayant Patel against his conviction and seven years sentence for manslaughter.

Indian students feel quite secure in Australia: Krishna

India today appreciated the efforts of the Australian government in ensuring safety and security to Indians which had become an "irritant" in bilateral ties following a spate of attacks on students from the community.

Indo-Canadian cleared of killing son after 19 years

An Indo-Canadian man, who was convicted in the death of his five-year-old son 19 years ago, on Thursday was cleared of murder charges.
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