Inspired by the personal experiences of filmmaker Rishi S. Bhilawadikar, ‘For Here or to Go?’ is a timely film exploring the struggles of H-1B visa holders in the US.
The machinery of making a film is the same in India, Britain and Hollywood, says the director
Under the Trump administration, nearly half a million unauthorized Indians are considered “priorities” for deportation.
Under Donald Trump, relations between India and the US are going to soar because he will see India as a natural ally, the Indian-American told The Wire.
The decision will provide a much needed signal of diversity at a time when racist attacks have spurted in the US
Indian business leaders are concerned that the rabble-rousing business tycoon’s tough trade beliefs and xenophobia could negatively impact the country.
Police is on guard to prevent any clashes between supporters of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Indian origin actors are increasingly being picked for colour-blind roles in American films and television serials
Fund managers admit reforms are moving slowly, but think that India continues to be a good investment opportunity.
The live-action film will be directed by Bollywood’s gifted writer-director Vikramaditya Motwane, whose debut film screened at the Cannes festival.
Right-wing Hindu groups are seeking to gloss over Indian history and deny the reality of caste discrimination by deleting the word ‘Dalit’ from the history textbooks in California.
The Department of Homeland Security created a fake university to carry out a sting against recruiters and middlemen who obtained fake student visas