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Foreigners willing to become GROs

From the Malay press: Many foreigners, including those from China, are willing to work as guest relations officers (GROs) before seeking other jobs in order to get permanent resident status or citizenship in Malaysia.


Historic talks by leaders of diaspora

Thousands of ethnic Indians from six continents are expected to congregate at New Delhi's Vigyan Bhavan convention centre today to commemorate a historic gathering aimed at resuscitating their ties with their country of origin.


India: Security of diaspora main concern

Concern and consideration for national security was one of the primary reasons why India had offered dual citizenship to the Indian diaspora in selected countries only.


Debate on foreign talent rages on



Dual citizenship to attract Indian diaspora

By Coomi Kapoor


FBI targets non-US students

THE Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is asking colleges and universities throughout the United States to provide the government with personal information about all non-American students and faculty members, prompting objections from some schools and higher education groups that view the request as illegal.


Turnaround by skilled foreign talent

IN the 90s, Singapore had a large influx of skilled foreigners. Now - in its economic downturn - it is suffering a reversal, with large numbers leaving the city.


Visually-impaired man pens feelings into verse

A visually impaired computer instructor of the St Nicholas Home for the Visually Impaired in Penang has come up with a special peace message for the world.


Talking about Islam for all

What is the role, if any, of non-Muslims in the continuing and often conflicting discourse about Islam? JACQUELINE ANN SURIN speaks to Muslim scholars to find out.


Lifetime of devotion

While many 12-year-old boys dream of becoming soldiers or astronauts, one French boy chose to serve God. Today, after 54 years of shepherding his flock and with retirement impending, Reverend Fr Andrew Volle retraces his journey down the road less travelled, BRENDA BENEDICT writes.