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Grant of Indian Passports to Political assylees is being reviewed- Ambassador

Washington D.C.: Grant of Indian Passports to those Indians who are Political assylees abroad due to economic reasons is being reviewed by the Government of India in order to grant them permission to travel to India to meet their family

NAPA Panel met Congressman John Germandy to seek release of Punjabi detainees

SANFRANCISCO (CALIFORNIA) MAY 03,2014– A delegation of North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) led by its Chairman Dalwinder Singh Dhoot  today met  Congressman John Garamendi at his residence to seek the release of those Indian detainees who are detained since more

Over 100 Indians detained in US since 2013 on hunger strike

HOUSTON (PTI | Apr 21, 2014, 02.53 PM IST): Over 100 Indian youths, detained by US authorities for allegedly entering the country illegally to seek asylum, are on a hunger strike. The men, all hailing from Punjab, have been languishing

Frame-up charge: NRI body seeks CBI probe

Chandigarh, April 19,2014 (www.thribuneindia.com) The North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) has sought a CBI probe into the international drug racket and allegations of Canada-based Amarjit Kaur Basra’s that her husband Manpreet Singh Gill was falsely implicated in the case.Satnam Singh Chahal,

Modi reaches out to Badal on Kutch Sikh farmers’ issue

AHMEDABAD (DARSHAN DESAI WWW.THEHINDU.COM) After the North American Punjab Association (NAPA) wrote to U.S. President Barack Obama and senators, urging them against grant of visa to him, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Monday reached out to his Punjab counterpart

Punjabi emigre group wants placement, travel agents vetted

Chandigarh, April 15,2014 (IANS): The North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) Tuesday sought scrutiny of advertisements published by travel agents in India for jobs in foreign countries.NAPA executive director Satnam Singh Chahal said that such scrutiny was essential to check whether