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External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj passes away

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj passes away
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Steve Shaw, in-charge of International Admissions at University of Buffalo in upstate New York said when he was in India two weeks ago recruiting students, the focus was on recent steps taken by the government.

"This (immigration restrictions) came up. Especially by the parents. Our university, like many others, has spoken out on the ban, reassuring students they are safe and welcome here. This remains an inclusive campus," he said. Of the university's 5,000 international students, 1,600 are Indians.

The Trump administration's travel ban, struck down repeatedly by the country's courts earlier this year, aimed to keep out migrants from seven Muslim majority countries, throwing lakhs of people into total turmoil.
Rose Pascarell, Vice President, University Life at Virginia's George Mason University told NDTV that levels of anxiety due to the uncertainty have heightened of late. "When the travel ban happened, we noticed students had a difficult time focusing in class. It was tough to think about much else," she said.

On campuses, the anger, outrage and insecurity are palpable. Kriti Singh, a PhD student, questions the narrative around job losses courtesy Indians. "Jobs are going to people who have skills for them. We have it, Americans don't. It's as simple as that," she said.

Former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has died of a heart attack. Due to his ill health he was admitted to AIIMS. On receiving the news, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has arrived in AIIMS. Health Minister Dr. Harshvardhan has also reached Aimes. Sushma Swaraj had been ill for several days. According to reports, he was admitted to the hospital after suffering a heart attack. They had been ill for the last long time. PM Narendra Modi tweeted a tribute to Sushma Swaraj. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tweeted five after one. He recalled Sushma Swaraj's contribution to Indian politics. He wrote, 'One of the coolest chapters of Indian politics has come to an end. India mourns the demise of a leader who dedicated his life to public service and the lives of the poor. '

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