Indian Workers On Gulf Crisis : ‘No More Jobs In Qatar’


DOHA (Qatar) :  Ajit, an Indian electrician, is just seven months into his new job but right now he is a worried man, like many other members of the huge migrant workforce in Qatar. He frets not only about his job, his future in the country but also the price of food. “If this continues, there will be problems for people like us, the workers. More...

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By On Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

IT workforce with 480,000 jobs at risk by 2021

MUMBAI: Experienced techie Raghu Narayanaswamy lost his job recently and fears he may not get another, as analysts warn of massive layoffs across the country’s multi-billion-dollar information technology sector. IT More...

By On Thursday, January 12th, 2017

Trump’s Attorney General promises curbs on H1B visas

WASHINGTON : US President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for the post of Attorney General has assured lawmakers of taking steps towards pushing legislative measures to curb misuse of H-1B and L1 work visas significantly More...

By On Thursday, May 12th, 2016

Bloomberg News needs Business Reporter

Business Reporter Closing date: 7 July 2016 Bloomberg News is one of the biggest financial and business news organizations in the world. We lead the way in breaking news about mergers and acquisitions, initial More...