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US Government’s fake university traps Indians

Fake-Uni of ICE, US

Michigan, February 1: The US government’s own Department of Homeland Security laid a trap to catch the unsuspecting scammers involved in the trade of illegal entry and stay called “pay and stay”. They set up a fake university – the University of Farmington in Farmington Hills, Michigan which billed itself as a “nationally accredited business…

SriLankan Airlines plans to win over Indian passengers with love  

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Melbourne, 23 January: SriLankan Airlines in Melbourne organized an information evening for the media here today to have a dialogue with the people of Australian and Indian sub-continent – who are their current and potential clients. The airline came to Melbourne in the second half of 2017 and now offers daily direct flights to Columbo …

Pakistani reporter Asad Hashim wins AFP’s Kate Webb Prize for journalistic crusade

Freelance reporter Asad Hashim wins the 2018 AFP (Agence France-Presse) Kate Webb Prize for his coverage of the plight of ethnic Pashtuns and blasphemy issues in his native Pakistan Melbourne, January 14: The prize, with a 3,000 euro purse, honours journalists working in perilous or difficult conditions in Asia, and is named after a crusading…

Australia in dilemma after Fiji denies citizenship of jihadist Neil Prakash

Melbourne, January 9: Once believed to be dead, Australia’s most wanted Islamist terrorist, Neil Prakash, whose father is Fiji-Indian, was arrested while trying to cross over from war-torn Syria into Turkey. Prakash was using false documents and a fake name, when he was arrested by Turkish officials in October 2016 after leaving Islamic State-controlled territory….

Binny Bansal ouster: Walmart’s big move in India

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New Delhi, November 15: Binny Bansal, co-founder of India’s most successful start-up Flipkart, has had to go. The news first came, dipped in the on-going #MeToo allegations. He had to go. His ouster, announced from Walmart’s hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas US left workers at Flipkart, in Bangalore shocked. People in Bangalore are worried about Walmart’s…

ILA Arun conferred ‘The Royal Norwegian Order of Merit, Knight 1st class’

Mumbai, November 6: Ila Arun was presented The Royal Norwegian Order of Merit, Knight 1st class – a high honour awarded to individuals for extraordinary service for Norway within the fields of art, science, industry and public service. On Friday, November 2, in recognition of Ila Arun’s outstanding achievements, Norway’s Consul General in Mumbai, Ann Ollestad, had…

Religion and Politics in Pakistan – test case in Asia Bibi

In a replay of 1977 anti-government demonstration, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is facing violent protests in Asia Bibi case, writes Abdus Sattar Ghazali   In 1977, the so-called Pakistan National Alliance, comprising three main religious parties – Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI), Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP), some other political parties and fringe groups – launched…

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