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The Wine Company and the three customers are accusing each other of violence.
While AAP claims major support from NRIs, SAD says it won't cause much upset.
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'Want to turn brain drain into brain gain'.
The declaration form will have to be submitted at specified branches of the Reserve Bank while depositing the junked currency.
The father, Anil Kumar, claimed the child was interrogated for one-and-half hours and he was shown a video.
"All is well! Repeat after me!" "This is your own country! Give it some time." This was the nature of the conversations I had with myself one week into my move back to India. Five months ago, I made...
Knowledge of all the permutations possible under tax laws is essential for NRIs to plan their income and investments judiciously so as to gain maximum benefits and not pay dual taxes in both countries.
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After living in the US for more than a decade, when we decided to move back home, I had plenty of reservations. I had given us six months (at the most) to hang in there before packing up our bags and going back.
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Though the Middle East provides ample room for every overseas worker to make his fair share of wealth, it is often at the cost of said worker's self-esteem, and in certain cases -- human rights. Unlike their compatriots living "the dream", overseas Indians in the Gulf are not treated at par with the locals and Westerners despite their loyalty, years (often decades) of service, stake in national development (of their host country) and permanent residency cards.
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NEW DELHI -- An 80-year-old NRI based in the UK yesterday concluded his 3,000-km walk from Kanyakumari to Delhi to spread awareness about blindness and raise funds. Balwant Singh Grewal was received a...
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The Independent, a British newspaper will no longer call India's commercial capital "Mumbai", and is planning to revert to the colonial "Bombay" instead. This is the brainchild of the paper's India-born editor Amol Rajan, and it's certainly not the first time Indians staying abroad have aired, silly, patronising, stereotyping and highly judgemental comments.
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If I live in India again will I get it all back? Will it be the same as it was before? Even if I rediscover the ability to push my car through small spaces with a staid face, will I be able to erase the immutable changes my mind has undergone over the last one and a half decades and revert it to its pre-immigration state? Will I be at home or will I this time around look for home in American movies?
AMRITSAR -- An NRI, said to be undergoing psychiatric treatment, allegedly attempted to cross the Attari-Wagah Indo-Pak land route in his car today, smashing a barrier near the international border be...
Last year, India received nearly $70 billion as remittances, the highest in the world, according to a World Bank study. After the United Arab Emirates, the second biggest source of such funds for Indi...
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The fight between Shivy and his parents started in mid-June this year when he wanted to cut his hair short but his conservative Indian-American parents were completely against it. It was because ninet...
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Former Australian cricketer Steve Waugh promoted Waugh Global Realty has entered the domestic real estate market by launching a portal that will cater to the housing demands of NRIs. “There is a lot o...
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For the 'well-paying' job (and the associated 'good quality life'), most of us give up most other considerations. It would be foolish of course to belittle the importance of money, but it is also ill-advised to give it too much weight. Understanding this subtle truth is the sine qua non for ensuring that the big choices of life stay choices, not bargains.
There is hardly a month when a friend doesn't call to whine about his hectic life in the States. "I hate travelling to work in the snow every day," one says. Another complains about the expensive health insurance plans. My father smugly reminds them that they chose to live the American dream--which seems to have evaporated in the recent years.
I just want my fellow Indians in India to know that I haven't run away from roots and culture. I do care. And I know I will come back one day to give them the immense amount of love they have given me during the few years that I lived there. I can't wait to return and be coloured in saffron again.