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  • Bill Gates: US curbs on talent a mistake

    24 Jul, 2009, 1617 hrs IST,IANS SMS NEWS to 58888 for latest updates NEW DELHI: Microsoft founder Bill Gates said it would be a “big mistake” if the US imposes curbs on the entry of skilled workers from abroad, putting his weight behind “smart people” from countries like India who want to work overseas. “I… Read More »

    Jul 31, 2009
  • Australian PR slipping away from international students

    During a recent visit to India, Australian Minister of Immigration & Citizenship, Chris Evans told press that Australian Immigration law is changing with a stronger focus on skilled workers. Evans said in New Delhi, “We are reviewing the policy on migrants. Our government will adjust the policy based on the needs of the country and… Read More »

    Jul 27, 2009
  • Indians Make Very Good Immigrants

    John McCarthy, Australian High Commissioner to India in an interview with Udit Misra, Forbes India, June 22 What is the nature of the violent attacks on the Indians in Australia? If the attacks are racial, even in part, then what could be the reasons? It is not just a mob of mad racists running around… Read More »

    Jul 10, 2009
  • In Singapore, Indians at Work Can be Very Intimidating

    An expat must adapt to the genteel workplace in Singapore, says Bharat Puri, Cadbury’s global chocolate category director. For more news and updates, assistance with your visa needs or for a Free Assessment of your profile for Immigration or Work Visa’s just visit

    Jul 10, 2009
  • Indians at Oz vocational institutes targeted most

    26 Jun 2009, 0110 hrs IST, Roli Srivastava, TNN MELBOURNE: An estimated 75 per cent the 96,000 Indian students in Australia currently are pursuing “vocational courses” such as hair cutting, hospitality or even cooking in little-known private institutions that have mushroomed in and around Melbourne over the last few years. Most of these students use… Read More »

    Jul 10, 2009
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