NRI News

NRI Sabha may seek UN help

Wednesday, 25/06/2014

Jalandhar : The NRI Sabha, Punjab, today threatened to approach the United Nations (UN) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) if the Central Government fails to bring back stranded Punjabis from Iraq. The sabha said it would seek UN's help to track the exact number of stranded Punjabis and approach the ILO to secure the release of wages and passports of youths working for companies there.



NRI Sabha condemns Centre for delay in bringing youths home

Wednesday, 25/06/2014

JALANDHAR: The NRI Sabha, Punjab, on Tuesday accused the Centre and the Indian Embassy in Iraq of not making serious efforts to rescue the Indians stranded in the strife-tor n Gulf nation.



India lagging in Iraq rescue operations: NRI Sabha

Wednesday, 25/06/2014

Jalandhar : The BJP-led Centre government has failed in initiating concrete rescue operations for the Punjabis trapped in war affected Iraq, leading to panic among their helpless families back home in the rural belts of the state.



'Ascertaining facts about reported death of Indian’

Tuesday, 24/06/2014

New Delhi: India is ascertaining facts about the reported death of an Indian in Iraq even as it is making all efforts to secure release of 39 Indian construction workers who were in ‘captivity’.



No clue about 15 youths from Jalandhar stranded in Iraq

Monday, 23/06/2014

JALANDHAR: There is no clue about 15 more Punjabis who were re por ted stranded in the war- torn zone of Iraq on Saturday. Jalandhar-based Non-Resident Indians (NRI) Sabha on Sunday claimed that at least five of them were feared abducted by militants of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).



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Budget gets Modi stamp, but Oppn asks where are achhe din

Wednesday, 09/07/2014

NEW DELHI: When minister DV Sadananda Gowda stood up in the Lok Sabha to present his maiden railway budget, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s stamp was hard to miss.



Britain to adopt Indian-origin expert’s breast cancer treatment

Sunday, 27/07/2014

LONDON: A pioneering breast cancer treatment developed by noted Indian-origin expert Jayant Vaidya is to be adopted and offered to patients by Britain’s National Health Service (NHS), providing relief to thousands of patients from gruelling postoperation radiotherapy.