All posts by Jayshal Sood

Jayshal Sood, an international journalist, was Editor of The American Bazaar prior to taking responsibilities as the Managing Editor of the news portal. Sood’s journalism experience includes more than a decade of experience in news media, where he started his career as a Reporter. He has worked with national as well as international media houses including Highlands Productions, Inc, BBC News (Washington, DC), Asian News International (ANI), Oscar's Institute of Art and Research, and Triveni Production International. Sood has a thorough understanding of all facets of news coverage that is reflected both in his work experience and academic background. He was awarded Hall-of-Nations scholarship in 2006 by the American University, Washington, DC. He is also a recipient of Liu Foundation Multicultural Scholarship from Syracuse University, New York. His report in International Investigative Reporting, under renowned investigative journalist Charles Lewis, was commended as the best report in 2007. Sood has worked on documentaries on various subjects including US-Iraq war, US-India nuclear accord, global warming and prominent Indian Americans.
USCIS reaches H-2B visa cap for the first half of the fiscal year 2018
Immigration: Iowa House bans ‘sanctuary’ city; passes Senate File 481
California hires H1-B visa holders from India to process unemployment claims
DHS efforts to digitize immigration forms a failure: only 1 form available online
Sakhi to honor Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Rashmy Chatterjee at its New York gala on April 6
H-1B visa applications’ premium processing facility blocked, temporarily
Proposed H-1B visa reform bill may impact some non-IT workers too
EB-5 likely to get a 6-month temporary extension 
Indian American Democrats call for gun control on 'National Walkout Day'
Vivek Viswanathan, a candidate for California Treasurer, kicks off his 500 miles run across state
Indian American hotelier Rajesh C. Patel of Georgia faces 40 years in prison for wire fraud
Inspired by TV crime show, Indian woman kills her mother-in-law and sister-in-law
Proposed H-1B visa reform bill may impact some non-IT workers too
AAPI to fund Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America
Uplift Humanity, Zee TV to host SHAKTI on April 14 in New York City
Indian Americans Kiran and Pallavi Patel pledge $200 million to Florida's NSU
All four Indian American members of Congress vote ‘No’ on American Health Care Act
Photo feature: Indiaspora Ball
California hires H1-B visa holders from India to process unemployment claims
Grandparents and other extended family members are exempt from Trump’s travel ban: Appeals Court
Indian American Dr. Hiral Tipirneni’s chances improve as Rep. Trent Franks announces resignation
Indian American philanthropist Sunil Puri donates 8-acre land to Illinois school
AAPI begins its 11th Annual Global Healthcare Summit in Kolkata, India
USCIS reaches H-2B visa cap for the first half of the fiscal year 2018