IMMIGRATION – UKMALAYALEE

Netherlands government informs Kerala that they dont need nurses from Kerala

Kottayam Dec 5: The Netherlands government has reportedly told Kerala government that they do not need nurses from Kerala to work in their health sector. The knowledge of Dutch language is the major problem that is stopping the recruitment of Kerala nurses.

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UK Government Lauds “Remarkable” Rise In Indians Getting Student Visas

London Nov 29: The UK government on Thursday hailed as “remarkable” a 63 per cent hike in the number of Indian students being granted visas to study at British universities over the past year.

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65 Indians Taken Hostage In Various Countries During 2017-19: Centre

NEW DELHI Nov 28: As many as 65 Indians were taken hostage in various countries during the period 2017-19, the government informed the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.
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Kashmir issue: The Labour Party of UK offends India yet again

By Achal Malhotra

NEW DELHI Nov 27: The Labour Party of the United Kingdom continues to offend India by interfering into its internal affairs. Its recent utterances also have the potential to drive a wedge in the UK’s South Asian community in general and British Indian community in particular.

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Hardline Hindus are pushing the Indian government’s agenda on British voters

By Tara John, CNN

London Nov 27: On a recent November evening, Bob Blackman scrolled through his phone in a nondescript Indian restaurant in west London, sparsely decorated except for stock pictures of East African sunsets and lions.

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Four Indian-Origin Ministers In Justin Trudeau’s New Cabinet

OTTAWA Nov 23: For the first time, a Hindu woman lawmaker has been inducted into a Canadian Cabinet as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his “strong and skilled” team of 37 ministers which also includes three Sikh MPs.
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150 Indians deported from US over visa violations land at Delhi airport

NEW DELHI Nov 21: Around 150 Indians deported from the US, for either violating their visa norms or illegally entering America, landed at the Delhi airport on Wednesday morning, an official said.
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Google Removes “2020 Sikh Referendum” App Promoting Secession

CHANDIGARH Nov 20: Google has removed the anti-India mobile app ”2020 Sikh Referendum” from its Play Store after the Punjab government took up the matter with the IT giant, an official said on Tuesday.

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India Extends Visa-On-Arrival Facility To UAE Nationals

NEW DELHI Nov 18: India has granted visa-on-arrival facility to the citizens of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with an aim to enhance people-to-people contacts and trade relations, officials said on Sunday.

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Pervez Musharraf says Osama bin Laden was Pakistan’s hero  

ISLAMABAD Nov 16: Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf in an interview admitted that Kashmiris were “trained in Pakistan” as Mujahideen to fight against the Indian Army in Jammu and Kashmir. Continue reading “Pervez Musharraf says Osama bin Laden was Pakistan’s hero  “