On November 8, 2016 the Indian Government has announced the so-called demonetization or ban on two Indian Rupee notes: 500 and 1000. The Reserve Bank of India has issued ...Read more Comments Off on Demonetization: What people outside India can do with the currencies?
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The entire nation is stumped under the sudden impact of the denomination drive started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. And, the most trending question today is: what to ...Read more Comments Off on Demonitisation Drive: how does it affect NRIs?
A 58-year-old Indian-origin man was honoured in Singapore with Public Spiritedness Award for his life-saving efforts to help an elderly unconscious Chinese man. U Silvakumar, a military expert, ...Read more Comments Off on Indian-origin Singaporean honoured with Public Spiritedness Award
A one of its kind handmade pavilion, believed to be Australia’s largest bamboo structure designed by an Indian architect using all organic materials from India, opened in Melbourne ...Read more Comments Off on India-born Architect Bijoy Jain creates Largest Bamboo Structure in Australia
A very unique event took place in New York on October 1st called the 6th Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project Inc. (ISPaD). Before we present the specifics of ...Read more Comments Off on 6th Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project (ISPaD) conference in New York
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Kiara Nirghin, a 16-year-old Indian-origin South African teen of Grade 11 student at private school St Martin’s, submitted her project titled ‘No More Thirsty Crops’ which was aimed at ...Read more Comments Off on Indian-origin South African teen wins scholarship at Google Science Fair
Indians emigrate every year in great numbers. It may be for higher education, plush jobs, better lifestyle – but fact is, that permanent settlement is what many settle ...Read more Comments Off on Saving Tax for NRIs: Some Tips