外文标题：Indians beat Chinese to become top migrants to Australia during 2013-14
NEW DELHI: Australia could be next destination of an active Indian diaspora on the lines of USA, Canada and UK with increasing number from here choosing the country down under as home as migration figures show that Indians have beaten Chinese to become number one in the migrant category during 2013-14.
Over 207,900 migrants settled permanently in Australia during 2013- 14. New Australian government figures released on Wednesday show that nearly one in five of the 207,900 migrants who settled permanently in Australia in 2013-14 came from India.
Australia's Migration Trends 2013- 14 report shows that India remained the main source country for migrants with almost 40,000 Indian nationals migrating to Australia in 2013-14. In the same year almost 30,000 people born in India chose to become Australian citizens, according to the Australian government.
Ram Babu (kota)
Indians need more space compared to Chinese ! Canada and Australia are two most advanced destinations for sure .
Arun Choudhary (Choudhary)
INDIANS WANT MORE SPACE IN AUSTRALIA , CANADA,CHINA ,AS THEY GET MORE OPPORTUNITY THAN INDIA, NOW NEW P.M. WANTS TO GIVE MORE OPPORTUNITY TO INDIANS TO PARTICIPATE IN MAKE IN INDIAN PROGRAM
Iyer Venkatakrishnan (Nashik)
When Indian migrants in Australia for settling is growing, none of them has occupied in any top position in this Kangaroo land. Even in cricket, no Indian origin player is visible in the squad. At the sametime, Brett Lee (suggesting Chinese origin) was there in the Australian Cricket team for sometime. In spite of more Indian migrants, the treatment by the Australian govt. is seemingly not significant, besides various episodes depicting the Indians under attack of Australians.
Komirishetty sai Teja (Unknown)
Over 207,900 migrants settled permanently in Australia during 2013- 14
Arun Choudhary (Choudhary) replies to Komirishetty sai Teja
GOOD ACHIEVEMENT FOR INDIANS
Alka Chawla (new delhi)
india always tops in this
Indian's Everywhere. We are spreading and expanding our culture as well as business and Population.
amirul (Singapore) replies to
What's your point? There are roaches & rats everywhere also, they are spreading diseases as well.