Wednesday, 17 October, 2018

Topic: NRI

Indian two thousand and five hundred rupee banknotes|: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg

Modi govt considers tapping overseas Indians to support rupee

Govt. has raised import tariffs while the central bank allowed companies to raise more money abroad and eased norms for foreign investment in local bo...

Discontent in AAP goes global, members of disbanded NRI units slam Delhi leadership

AAP's NRI members accuse the Delhi leadership of adopting 'use and throw policy', say they will now directly work for betterment of Punjab.
Rahul Gandhi in Germany | @INCIndia/Twitter

How many light bulbs does it take to change Rahul Gandhi?

A self-goal by the Congress party’s social media team is all the BJP wants.
Representational image | Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images

Modi govt’s proxy vote bill for NRIs will lead to misuse and fraud: Shashi Tharoor

The govt has succumbed to myopic political benefits in a bid to garner NRI votes by hastily passing a poorly drafted bill.
Protests against RTI

‘NRIs not eligible to file RTI’: Why Centre’s response in Lok Sabha is misleading 

RTI activists say UPA II had notified eIPO services for NRIs to seek information under RTI, which is yet to be withdrawn by this govt.
SEBI

At a time when it needs dollars, India shows how to make villains of its heroes

Stock market regulator Sebi's 'high-risk' countries measure reeks of bureaucratic overkill. 
Narendra Modi (L) and Donald Trump (R)

Trump’s visa controls won’t force skilled NRIs to return because India is just too shabby

When the world’s skilled decide which country to move to, India isn’t one that comes to mind. So, don’t expect a significant number of skilled NRIs to return.
American flag

As Trump tightens H-1B visa norms, how will all the Modi-loving IIT-ians cope now?

These IIT & IIM degree holders settled in the US often support aggressive Hindutva, hate Muslims, support Trump & Modi, and lord over other Indians in the US.
Representational image of a wedding ceremony

Wanted: A husband who’s an NRI and isn’t getting married to please his parents

One call in every 8 hours from an NRI wife is not just a few rotten apples. We only want to hear the feel-good stories of the Sundar Pichais and Satya Nadellas, the ones that made it big.

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Sabarimala temple

Sabarimala opens tomorrow: Bracing for street attacks on women or is SC order unworkable?

The Sabarimala shrine in Kerala is set to open its gates Wednesday to women of all age groups for the first time after the Supreme Court ruling last month. Seve...