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HindustanTimes Thu,23 Oct 2014

Indians Abroad

5 Indians arrested in UK for working illegally

The UK Border Agency has arrested five Indians after finding them working illegally during a recent raid on a clothing manufacturer in Leicester.

Visa fraud an issue of concern: US, Indian students quizzed

The US expressed concern over any activity involving visa fraud, as several Indian students of a California-based University shut down by authorities on charges of illegal immigration were interrogated.

India-born Anshu Jain tipped to become Deutsche Bank co-head

Speculation is growing that India-born Anshu Jain may take over as the co-head of Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest private bank, together with Bundesbank President Axel Weber, when the incumbent Josef Ackermann retires in early 2013.

Indians among 111 charged in major US healthcare fraud

At least six Indian-origin persons are among over 100 doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals arrested on charges of alleged involvement in a massive Medicare fraud estimated at $225 million, in one of the biggest crackdowns on healthcare fraud-related crimes in the US.

Honeymoon murder takes bizzare twist: Accused is allegedly gay

A 39 year old German man, working as an escort, has said he had kinky sex with Indian origin Briton Shrien Dewani, accused of murdering his newly married wife in a carjacking incident in Cape Town.

Indians rank second among international students in UK

Indian students represent the second largest group of international students numbering over 50,000 currently pursuing higher education in the UK, British Council officials said here today.

20-yr-old jailed for stabbing Indian student in Australia

An Australian court today sentenced a 20-year-old youth to three years in youth detention for stabbing an Indian student here last year.

Overstaying Indian couple granted temporary visa relief in NZ

An Indian couple, overstaying in New Zealand for eight years, has been granted a temporary relief from deportation with 12 months work visas after their bid to stay was rejected by the government.

India calling: US job fair 2010

To help more home-bound NRIs realize their aspiration of a job in India, Shine.com is organizing a two-day Job Fair each at New Jersey and Santa Clara which will bring recruiters from India and potential NRIs across the table for hiring.

For NRIs, India has now arrived

"Oh nooooo!" groan many non-resident Indians as they stood in long queues for immigration after arriving at Delhi airport. Battling jet lag after a long-haul flight and then waiting in an almost immobile queue becomes their first experience of coming to their motherland No more.

Indian remanded in custody for murders in New Zealand

An Indian fruit packer indicted for killing a woman and his two-year-old daughter has been remanded to custody and asked to reappear in a New Zealand court next month.

Indian music choir to bring Sufi saints to life in Dubai

UAE's first Indian music choir 'Malhaar', is all set to explore and unravel the mystical world of Sufism through a unique musical that will employ the art of music, theatre and poetry to relate stories of legendary Sufi saints.

Youth stuck in Libya

A phone call from 40-year-old Paramjit in Libya left his family in this village in horror. He was among nearly 100 Punjabis held in “bondage” by a company that gave them food and water that was barely enough to survive, reports Kamaljeet Paul.

Classic Indian films on Muslim themes coming to New York

The prestigious Film Society of Lincoln Centre in New York is presenting a new film series focusing on Indian cinema May 19-27 highlighting classic films showcasing Muslim themes, performance idioms and lyric traditions.

First Indian origin model featured in Sports Illustrated

Sonia Dara, a Harvard University student, has become the first Indian-American model to be featured in the magazine Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue.
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