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23 November 2017 - 13:00, by , in Lost Passport Case, Uncategorized, No comments
One of the biggest fear for any traveler is losing one’s passport, it can put a damper and turn out very expensive and painful experience. In such unfortunate situation faced by you, this what you need to do:-  Visit the police station: Even if you don’t know the local language, there should be someone at...
21 November 2017 - 18:00, by , in News, No comments
    There are only two types of work-related visas that are issued to expats for coming to work in India: ‘B’ visa, also called the Business Visa ‘E’ visa or the employment Visa. Business visa is for expat entrepreneurs or people who want to do business in India. Holders of this type of visa...
18 April 2017 - 11:55, by , in Expat Interviews, No comments
About women’s condition in India after 9 pm – View of French Lady Living in India What did you know about India before coming? I have known very little about India, though I did my part of research about the country before shifting. I have friends, who had visited this country two years ago. They told me about...
17 April 2017 - 17:41, by , in News, No comments
In an announcement which has major implications for Expats working in India, the government has made it mandatory for expatriates to apply for an Aadhaar card if they are paying income tax and have worked or stayed for more than 182 days in the preceding 12 months. This means that Expats have to pass through...
17 January 2017 - 16:24, by , in Expat Interviews, No comments
About Ailsa Johns – A British Women Living in India Ailsa is a 26 years British girl born and brought up in London. She is living in New Delhi, India and working in private company. She has shared her living experience in New Delhi, India in terms of challenges of everyday life: Culture, Work Environment,...
29 November 2016 - 15:13, by , in Living in India, No comments
Expats on numerous occasions expressed their dismay with regard to Indian middle managers being incapable of making business decisions and habitually procrastinating when it comes to moving an organization forward. We have summarised how cultural diversity and the rationale behind making decisions varies. India is renowned for being one of the most rapidly changing economies...
22 November 2016 - 18:13, by , in Living in India, No comments
There are a lot of questions that expats may have about the current demonetisation in India, we have prepared a summary that would explain the reason, effect and implication of this step. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetization of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes ceasing the use of the denominations as a means...
16 November 2016 - 12:39, by , in Living in India, No comments
Culture, Beliefs, Celebrations and Holidays Culture in India, although diverse and varied, still holds the country together in some form of common identification. Indian culture, particularly drama and the arts, in spite of having passed through many changes, is characterized by an unmistakable unity and continuity. Each region of India has its own set of...
9 November 2016 - 11:03, by , in Living in India, No comments
Welcome to India So, you have decided to work in India! This India, birthplace of civilization, cradle of religion, is home to almost a quarter of the world’s people. India has always intrigued and fascinated the rest of the world with her rich culture, architecture and human diversity deep with history; it is totally addictive...
14 October 2016 - 10:56, by , in Living in India, No comments
Indian culture and religious celebrations are a joy to attend even for a non-resident. Some festivals are brightly lit while others are colorfully decorated. Diwali is one of both. As an expatriate you will experience the “Festival of Lights” in between October and November of each year. Celebrating Diwali marks the significance of good versus...

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