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India's complaint to WTO on H-1B visa issue is logical says Cisco Chief March 21, 2016
India's complaint to WTO on H-1B visa issue is logical says Cisco Chief

Supporting India’s decision on its approach to WTO on the visa fee issue, Cisco Chairman John Chambers had said that the election time is the emotional and stressed time in the US and that the India would require showing some patience on the issue.He also told that as the time of election is coming closer, and also u...

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Scotland is home to some of the world's finest universities and colleges March 18, 2016
Scotland is home to some of the world's finest universities and colleges

Scotland has got some of the world’s best universities and colleges in the world. This was stated by Liz Cameron, Chief Executive, Scottish Chambers of Commerce.She said that the reputation of the educational institutions in the Scotland spreads far and wide and they are luring the interest of the best and the brig...

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Denmark has reclaimed its position as the world's happiest nation March 18, 2016
Denmark has reclaimed its place as the world's happiest country

Denmark has reclaimed its position as the world’s happiest nation. This was mentioned as per the reports from fourth World Happiness that was revealed.Denmark tops the list in the initial report in the year 2012 and 2013. But last year it was replaced by Switzerland but Denmark was back at the first position. The o...

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Canada promises to make immigration easy for foreign students March 17, 2016
Canada promises to make immigration easy for foreign students

According to the Canadian immigration Minister, John McCallum, the government of Canada would always look to make the process of immigration easy for foreign students.He said that the foreign students are finest source of immigrants, in a sense that they are educated, they could speak in English Language and they know ...

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Immigration limit increased for Nova Scotia under its Nominee Program March 17, 2016
Immigration limit increased for Nova Scotia under its Nominee Program

The province of Canada, Nova Scotia has been issued an extra 300 space for its Nominee Program, taking the total yearly allocation limit for its NSNP to around 1,350. The news came after the government of Nov Scotia was extensively lobbying the Canadian government.Canadian Immigration Minister, John McCallum had agreed...

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India is the second largest source nation for migrants in Canada March 16, 2016
India is the second largest source nation for migrants in Canada

According to the current information from the government, India has emerged as the second biggest source nation for permanent residents in Canada, accounting for over 38,000 or 15% of the entire.The yearly report on the immigration has showed an increased in a number of permanent residents in Canada from India. The...

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Donald Trump favors staying back of Indian students in the US March 16, 2016
Donald Trump favors staying back of Indian students in the US

According to the Republican Presidential Candidate, Donald Trump, students from India who are pursuing education in the educational institutions of the US must not be kicked out as the nation requires smart individuals like them.According to Trump, the US has been the most popular destination among Indian students an...

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For many Indian students, the US is the preferred education destination March 14, 2016
For many Indian students, the US is the preferred education destination

The US is the most favorable education destination among Indian students, as a large number of students from India had migrated to study in the US. For, most foreign students, it is the combination of obtaining high quality education, experiencing fascination in a new culture, obtaining an international mindset and exp...

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