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More than a Quarter of students in Illinois are studying STEM and new research findings October 13, 2015
More than a quarter of students in Illinois colleges are studying STEM and new research findings

Students in Illinois colleges are flocking towards STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects’ stream at much higher rates than the average. According to the recent study report from the Science and Technology Coalition Illinois (ISTC).In their most recent Innovation Index looking at condition of tale...

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MP's will debate plans for clamp down on illegal immigration October 13, 2015
MP's are going to debate plans for clamp down on illegal immigration

For the first time, the legislation for clamp down on the migrants who are not legal in the UK will be debated by the MP’s.The bill will not allow the migrants who are not legal, the facilities like access to the banking, housing, etc. and boosting the powers of the immigration officers.As per the government, it want...

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Labor will support the Australia - China FTA deal with right safeguarding measures October 13, 2015
Labor would be supporting trade deal with right safeguarded measures

The Labor had proposed the safeguards for employment and increasing the lowest amount of salary that the foreign workers could be paid from $53,000 to $57,000 as price part for Opposition who are supporting the Agreement for China Free Trade.Penny Wong who is the Labor senate leader and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten h...

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Kuwait is set to discuss the new structure for emigration of Indian workers October 13, 2015
Kuwait will discuss the new structure for emigration of Indian workers

The authorities from Kuwait are all set for holding a meeting to discuss the method of getting in the Indian workers to their country after the Indian government has imposed new rules and regulations for people who seek to work abroad.According to the Kuwait Interior Ministry assistant undersecretary for nationality an...

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30,000 aspirant Australians needs a new Prime Minister for addressing old issues October 12, 2015
30,000 hopeful Australians needs a new Prime Minister for addressing old issues

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull had earlier said that Australia needs a new leadership style, who can explain the opportunities and challenges. He said that his government’s new style will bring an end to the policy and the calls of captain and reintroducing the advice-giving leadership.The challenge of th...

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Britain's Home Secretary promises abolition of Immigration and Asylum reform October 12, 2015
Britain's Home Secretary promises abolition of Immigration and Asylum reform

Theresa May has been serving as the UK’s Home Secretary since five years, and throughout her term she has been speaking about decreasing the immigrants entry into Britain. Current statistics had revealed that the total number of migrants who entered in the UK stood at 3,30,000 which is the highest ever.In a recently ...

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German Blue card scheme gives green signal to the Indian students October 12, 2015
Blue card scheme of Germany gives green signal to the Indian students

The Vice President of the German service for Academic Exchange (DAAD), Dr. Joybrato Mukherjee is looking very positive about the rising number of the Indian students going to Germany to pursue higher education in Germany. He was part of the delegation that was accompanied by the German Chancellor to India last week.In ...

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UK being held back by the lack of immigration visas for the tech workers October 12, 2015
UK being held back by the lack of immigration visas for the tech workers

The UK’s startup companies which are growing fastly requires special immigration visas to be given if they are given a chance of growing to the size of big companies like Facebook and Google. According to an Institute.The institute’s co-founder argues that the lack of capable technologists in the UK and in Europe...

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