Why India should pay more attention towards the engagement of PIOs?

Why India should pay more attention towards the engagement of PIOs? Niranjan Marjani Indian Diaspora is the largest Diaspora in the world today. It is divided into two categories – the Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and the Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs). As per the data of Ministry o...

Zanzibar, the Land of Jasmin and Langi Langi!

Zanzibar, the Land of Jasmin and Langi Langi! Urmila Jhaveri   Also known as Island of spices , Zanzibar was famous as the land of Omani Arabs Sultans , Slave trade , the British Administrators and pioneer settlers from many countries including Middle East, India, Oman, Yeme...

A Short History of Tamil Newspapers in Malaya (Malaysia), 1875 – 1960

A Short History of Tamil Newspapers in Malaya (Malaysia), 1875 – 1960 Dr. Ganesan Shanmugavelu Since coming to Malaya, the Indians have experienced  various social, economic and political development  as well as forming a community with its own culture and traditions in Ma...

H-1B Visa Imbroglio

H-1B Visa Imbroglio Dr. M. Mahalingam Introduction As part of larger immigration reforms, the newly elected Republican government being led by Donald Trump had recently issued a draft executive order to review or overhaul of H1B work visa, because of this visa programme encourages che...

Migration of Students from India: An Overview

Migration of Students from India: An Overview By Dr. Amba Pande   India is the world’s second largest student sending country after China with the number of Indian students abroad having increased four times in the last 14 years. Students’ migration of such magnitude ...

Malaysian Indian Blueprint, Some Reflections

Malaysian Indian Blueprint, Some Reflections By Datuk Dr Denison Jayasooria   Prime Minister Najib in tabling the Eleventh Malaysia Plan on May 21, 2015 announced in his parliamentary speech –“for the Indian community, as a way forward, a Blueprint will be formulated ...

Migration and Its Psychological Impacts: A Study of Benyamin’s Novel Goat Days

Abstract   Migration is a process of social, cultural and psychological changes where an individual leaves one geographical area and settles down in a new geographical area. The reasons behind migration can be different, such as economic betterment, political upheaval, and ed...

Between the Native Land and the City: Negotiations and Experiences of the Santal Migrants in Kolkata

Abstract    India is the abode of hundreds of tribal communities constituting 8.2 percent of the total population of the country. The ‘adivasis’, as they are called, generally maintained a very contented, isolated and self-sufficient life with their fascinating rich ...

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