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  • Indians, invest in Dubai: Dahi

    The emirate will have no competition for the next 25 years Dahi with members of the IBPC Invest in Dubai. The city will have no competition whatsoever for the next 25 years and will lead all other metropolises in the region, The Chief of Dubai Police said. He was addressing Indian Businessmen living and working… Read More »

    Jun 29, 2012
  • Police chief hails Indian expats, cautions on bouncing cheques

    DUBAI: Indian expatriates living in Dubai have won praise from Chief of Dubai Police Lieutenant General Dahi Khalfan Tamim for being law-abiding citizens. However, he cautioned the community members to settle their debts amicably as cases of bounced cheques have gone up in recent times. Addressing members of the Indian Business and Professional Council, Dubai,… Read More »

    Jun 29, 2012
  • China, India make up for 25% international students in OECD region

    LONDON: Individuals from China and India make up one-fourth of total international students in the OECD region, a grouping of mostly developed nations. These students are also an important source of future labour migration, Paris-based think tank OECD said today. “The share of migrants from Asia among immigrants to OECD countries rose from 27 per… Read More »

    Jun 28, 2012
  • Be responsive to expat’s needs, SM Krishna tells Indian missions

    NEW DELHI: Ahead of his outreach visit to Central Asia in the first week of July, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna Wednesday said he had asked embassies and consulates to be “responsive” and “proactive” in mitigating problems of expatriates living around the world. Krishna will be meeting heads of Indian missions in the region next… Read More »

    Jun 28, 2012
  • It’s cheaper to stay on rent and, perhaps, buy a house in the US

    Anup Nair had been looking to buy a house in Mumbai. But, perhaps, he waited too long. Now, it’s cheaper to stay on rent or to buy a house in the US instead. If and when he does decide to go ahead, he will join a growing army of Indians buying real estate in the… Read More »

    Jun 28, 2012
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