Why Indians fleeing for greener pastures
India offers so little hope that some young men who are able to raise $20,000 prefer to use it to flee the country rather than deploy it at home to build a life. In other words, they have assessed that the risk-reward return from chasing the American Dream is better than investing it in what they probably consider an Indian nightmare.
How the American dream is souring for many Indian IT workers
Rejection rates for H-1B visa applicants are soaring and wait period for Green C...
How an American dream went sour for many and America
Trump's firm stand on not allowing spouses of H-1B visa-holders to work in US could hurt...
An American dream cut short for Indian techies
Indian nationals accounted for about 2.2 mn of the 3.4 mn H-1B visa petitions filed in the decade to 2017
US govt looks at cutting higher education costs to woo Indian students
Many US community colleges are now offering top quality higher education at lower costs, a senior official said.
Raja Krishnamoorthi becomes first South-Asian American to head a Congressional panel
"I am honoured and privileged to become the first ever South Asian-American to serve as a chair in Congress," Krishnamoorthi said.
American dream landing Punjabi youths in US jails
Hailing from a middle-class family of Jalandhar, Singh, whose father is in Punjab Police and mother a housewife, left his hometown more than two years ago.
Foreign students from top US colleges should stay on to help American firms grow: Trump
Addressing a press conferences on Friday, Trump said the US is "losing out on great minds" as the country has a "ridiculous" immigration policy.
Tightening US citizenship regime hits 'American dream' of desis
Given that the biggest gateway to entering the US has been IT companies, the Trump administration’s recent policies are pushing US corporates to scale back recruitment of foreign workers.
The American dream is intact, says Donald Trump Jr at ET GBS
While recognizing that real estate in India had been going through a tough time, he saw it as a period of cleansing.
Indian-Americans offer to fund Trump wall to win green cards
Scores of Indian-origin teenagers are facing "self-deport" situation when they reach the age of 21, even though their parents are in the US on legal work visas.
Hevo Data gets $1 mn to live the American dream
Hevo leverages machine learning to understand the source model from various kind of data sources such as databases, cloud applications, sensor data (IoT) and clickstream data.
There's still some hope for H4 visa holders in US. Here's why
Trump's new law, if implemented, would affect thousands of spouses of H1B visa holders. The proposal has had a devastating effect on families with H4 visas.
Is it time to wake up from the American Dream?
Is it time to look elsewhere for a source of cool, as America in particular and the West in general become more cold and unapproachable?
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