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  • US judge blocks harsh Alabama immigration law for month of further review

    Days before the Alabama law, designed to sharply curtail illegal immigration, was to go into effect, a federal judge temporarily blocked the measure in order to ‘adequately address’ challenges. A federal judge in Alabama has temporarily blocked a controversial state law that is designed to sharply curtail illegal immigration in the state. The ruling was released… Read More »

    Aug 31, 2011
  • StartUp Visa could help U.S. economy

    One solution to our economic woes may already be gathering dust on the desks of our elected representatives. It may burn the eyes of some readers, but SB 565, which opens the door for immigrants with work visas to spend more time in the U.S., is an incredibly simple idea that could have potentially huge… Read More »

    Aug 31, 2011
  • Winds of change: IIM students opt for destination Asia

    AHMEDABAD: Reflecting a change in the landscape of global business trends, an increasing number of students of Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM-A) are sensing more business opportunities in the East than the West. When a list of destinations including universities in US, Europe and Asia was given to the students of the postgraduate programme… Read More »

    Aug 31, 2011
  • Aman puts Indian expats under cover

    Hussein Al Meeza, the chief executive and managing director of Aman, says the Indian expatriate community is a big market. Dubai Islamic Insurance and Reinsurance Company (Aman) recently introduced two medical policies for Indian expatriates. Rishtey, which means relationships, offers workers an insurance plan for their family back home. Health on Return covers workers during… Read More »

    Aug 31, 2011
  • Skills gap is the cause of USA employment problems

    Charles Campbell, former senior vice-president of the Gulf Oil Corporation says in his letter to the editor (“Free trade destroying the American economy,” Aug 23 ) that the American economy is languishing because jobs meant for the American people are now in Bangalore, India, at Infosys, Wipro and Tata, and in China, at Foxconn, an electronics manufacturing giant.… Read More »

    Aug 30, 2011
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