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<strong>Indians</strong> can carry only up to Rs 25,000 to Nepal, Bhutan

Indians can carry only up to Rs 25,000 to Nepal, Bhutan

22 Jan 2015

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank on Thursday allowed  Indians to carry high value denomination notes while travelling to Nepal and Bhutan with a cap of Rs 25,000 on the total amount.

Reserve Bank of India,   India,   Nepal,   Bhutan,   PM Narendra Modi ,  
Not a 'rosy picture' for <strong>Indians</strong> coming to UK: Nirmala Sitharaman

Not a 'rosy picture' for Indians coming to UK: Nirmala Sitharaman

20 Jan 2015

London: Coming to the UK for studies is not a "rosy picture" for Indian students and most of them go to the US, visiting Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said.

Nirmala Sitharaman,   Commerce and Industry Minister,   students coming UK,   not rosy picture for Indian students,   UKIBC ,  
<strong>Indians</strong> rely on cash deposits, 2nd home for retirement income: Report

Indians rely on cash deposits, 2nd home for retirement income: Report

19 Jan 2015

New Delhi: India's working population relies heavily on cash deposits and a second home to generate post-retirement income, according to an HSBC report.

Indians,  cash deposits,   second home,   post-retirement income,  
559 <strong>Indians</strong> died in Kuwait last year: Embassy

559 Indians died in Kuwait last year: Embassy

14 Jan 2015

Dubai: A total of 559 Indians died in Kuwait last year, five percent more than compared to 2013, according to the Indian Embassy in Kuwait.

Kuwait,   559 Indians died in Kuwait ,   Indian Embassy,   ,  
Australia launches online visa pilot programme for <strong>Indians</strong>

Australia launches online visa pilot programme for Indians

12 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A pilot programme was on Monday launched to make it easier for Indian business and tourism visitors to apply online for travel to Australia.

Australia,   Online Visa,   Pilot Programme,   India,   Business,   Tourism,   Andrew Robb ,  
Jitu Rai to train in Rio one year before <strong>Olympics</strong>

Jitu Rai to train in Rio one year before Olympics

13 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Ace pistol shooter Jitu Rai is to train as well as compete in shooting events at Rio de Janeiro in the middle of August this year as he prepares to take a shot at a medal in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Pistol shooter,   Jitu Rai,   shooting events,   Rio de Janeiro,   2016 Rio Olympic Games,  
Govt can tighten security for Obama but not for <strong>Indians</strong>: HC to Centre over installing 15000 CCTVs

Govt can tighten security for Obama but not for Indians: HC to Centre over installing 15000 CCTVs

17 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Delhi High Court has chided the government for installing 15,000 CCTV cameras within weeks for US President Barack Obama's upcoming visit New Delhi, but failing to act fast when it comes to meet the needs of the citizens.

Barack Obama,   Security for Obama,   US President,   American President security,   CCTV cameras,   Delhi high court,   Republic Day,  
Boston named US bid city for 2024 <strong>Olympics</strong>

Boston named US bid city for 2024 Olympics

09 Jan 2015

Boston was selected on Thursday as the American candidate city that will bid to host the 2024 Olympics, taking the first strides in a gruelling marathon to bring the Summer Games back to the United States.

Boston bid for Olympics,   2024 Olympics bid,   Summer Games,   Olympics in United States,  
Mary Kom says she may retire after 2016 <strong>Olympics</strong>

Mary Kom says she may retire after 2016 Olympics

12 Jan 2015

Guwahati: Olympic Bronze medallist boxer M C Mary Kom on Monday said she may retire after 2016 Olympics in Brazil though she's yet to take a final decision.

Mary Kom,   Olympic Bronze medallist boxer,   retire,   2016 Olympics,   brand ambassador of Dalmia Cements,   ,  
Indian tourists visiting US will cross 1 million this year

Indian tourists visiting US will cross 1 million this year

14 Jan 2015

Washington: The Indian tourists visiting the US will cross the one million mark for the first time this year, a public-private tourism organisation has said hoping the visit of President Barack Obama to India later this month will increase the inflow of tourists in coming years.

Indian tourists in US,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Obama India visit,   Indians in US,  

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