NEW DELHI: The NRI woman, Nidhi Shah, who had tweeted that Shiv Kumar Yadav had constantly stared at her in the rearview mirror when she had boarded his cab while visiting India in November, on Thursday responded to the email sent by Delhi Police requesting for a few days to seek legal opinion before registering a complaint. Continue reading
In a bid to woo non-resident Indians (NRIs) from Uttar Pradesh to invest in the state, the state government launched a website for them late Sunday, officials said. Continue reading
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday sought the Centre’s view on the Election Commission-appointed expert committee’s recommendation for introduction of e-postal ballot and voting through a proxy for non-resident Indians (NRIs) to allow them to cast their vote in elections. Continue reading
An NRI founded Singapore Innovation League (SIL), which funds technology start-ups, today launched a mobile chat application on Google Play.
The new mobile app ‘YAY’ is a peer-to-peer communications software and allows the consumer to voice call, chat and share, said the SIL founder and tech billionaire Niraj Goel. Continue reading
Squabbling between private equity investors and companies often ends up at the doorsteps of regulator and court. Rarely, if ever, do such bickerings boil over and end up at a police station. One such dispute involving Baring Private Equity Asia — one of the most aggressive PE funds in Asia with over $5 billion of assets under management — is an exception to the rule. Continue reading
Now a day, the real estate market in the Bangalore city is propped up by investments from NRI’s as it has turned into a standout amongst the most favorite investment destinations. Recent report by ASSOCHAM (Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry in India) revealed that “Bangalore is in the foremost position as a favorite property investment destination for NRI’s where as Ahmadabad is in 2nd position, Pune in 3rd, Chennai to 4th, Goa to 5th, Delhi in 6th and Dehradun is in 7th position”. Continue reading
Within hours of an announcement to that effect by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the US at the Madison Square Garden, the Home Ministry has notified new rules on Tuesday stipulating that all NRIs holding Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) cards will now get lifelong entry to India.
Amending the PIO Card Scheme, 2002 on September 30, the Home Ministry has now notified that PIO Card issued to an applicant shall be valid for his life time from the date of its issue provided that such applicant has a valid passport. Continue reading
The rockstar reception and electrifying 70-minute speech delivered by Indian PM Narendra Modi at Madison Square Garden last week seems to have electrified the Indianairport1 diaspora everywhere. A huge wave of euphoria, pride, patriotism and nostalgia has washed the diaspora. PM Modi’s speech received standing ovations and applause every now and but the one thing that really got him a thunderous applause was when he acknowledged the difficulties PIO (Person of Indian Origin) card holders faced. Continue reading
Telangana government will soon set up a dedicated NRI cell along the lines of Kerala and Punjab to help the distressed Telanganites working abroad. The cell will be headed by a superintendent of police. On receiving complaints from overseas Telanganites or from the Indian missions in the host countries, the cell will assist the workers in resolving their problems. Continue reading
Impressed with Bihar Government’s proposed sectoral incentive policy in the field of health, leading medical practitioners of Indian origin in England have evinced interest in opening quality health institutions in the state.
The interest by medical practitioners was shown during their meeting with Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi in London last evening, an official statement said here today. Continue reading