Open House to Address Complaints/Grievances Relating to Indian Passports, Visa, OCI And Other Consular Services

The Indian Embassy, Washington DC will hold an “Open House” every fortnight starting from January 2017 to address the grievances of the people on issues related to visas, passports and OCI cards. The same will be held from 10 AM to 1 PM on the first Wednesday and 2 PM to 5 PM on the thirdWednesday of every month w.e.f. January 2017 at the Embassy (2536 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC 20008). If these days happen to fall on a holiday, the Open House will be held on the first working day thereafter.

US Postal Service Announces Diwali Stamp

U.S. Postal Service Honors Festival of Diwali with a Forever Stamp.

Rajan Devadas: My Voyage to America

I boarded a cargo ship bound for New York — if I remember correctly, the name was Jala Halli — in December 1954.

From Spelling Bee Champs to Punjabi Cabbies, Shyamalan to Islam, Shoes to Dotbusters

The Smithsonian’s “Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation” exhibition is opening for the public on Thursday, February 27.

Indicted But Immune, Devyani Khobragade Leaves for India

Khobragade had left for India, a statement by the ministry of external affairs confirmed.

Indian Diplomat Indicted, Asked to Leave the US

The Indian deputy consul whose arrest and strip-search in New York touched off a diplomatic spat between the U.S. and India has been indicted — and she has been asked to leave the country.

Indian Diplomat Devyani Khobragade Indicted; Asked to Leave US

Devyani Khobragade, 39, the Indian diplomat whose arrest in Manhattan last month sparked an international firestorm, was indicted Thursday, the feds said.

Lessons to be Learned from the Diplomat’s Arrest

Both the Department of State and US Marshals made it clear, standard procedures have been followed in this instance.

Khobragade was Arrested in the Most Discreet Way Possible, was Not Handcuffed: Preet Bharara

NEW YORK: Preet Bharara, the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, released the following statement on the arrest of Dr. Devyani Khobragade, the Deputy Consul General of the Indian Consulate in New York:


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