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Arunachal starts signature drive against stapled visas 31.10.2014 Guwahati - City - The Times of India
Continuing its crusade against stapled visas, the Arunachal Civil Society (ACS) has started a signature campaign in the state capital
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Govt plans to merge PIO and OCI schemes; seeks suggestions 31.10.2014 Zee News : India National
 Government is planning to merge the Persons of Indian Origin and Overseas Citizens of India schemes saying that the latter is more popular and provides for lifelong visa through a process which is more user- friendly, quick and simple.
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E-visa system likely to be rolled out next week 30.10.2014 Zee News : India National
The Government will roll out by next week the much-awaited electronic-visa system for tourists from select countries including US and Japan.
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Government plans to merge PIO and OCI schemes; seeks suggestions 30.10.2014 ET: Policy
The scheme for issuance of PIO card was first launched in 1999 while the OCI scheme was operationalised in 2005.
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E-visa system likely to be rolled out next week 30.10.2014 Asian Age: Business
The e-visa is expected to give a big boost to the foreign tourist arrivals in the country The Government will roll out by next week the much-awaited electronic-visa system for tourists from select countries including US and Japan. Home Minister Rajnath Singh along with Tourism Minister Sripad Naik will unveil the first phase of e-visa system for tourists from two dozens countries including US and Japan at a function here shortly, a senior Tourism Ministry official said. While Australia is likely to be accorded the e-visa facility during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit Down Under, some countries belonging to BRICS and African region are likely to be announced in the first phase. The e-visa is expected to give a big boost to the foreign tourist arrivals in the country. While in January about 4.95 lakh foreign tourists arrived in India, there were a total of 51.79 lakh during January-September this year. All the arrangements including the software for this system is ready now and will be operational at ...
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E-visa system likely to be rolled out next week 30.10.2014 TOI: India Business
The Government will roll out by next week the much-awaited electronic-visa system for tourists from select countries including US and Japan.
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E-visa system likely to be rolled out next week 30.10.2014 CNN-IBN: India
The Government will roll out by next week the electronic-visa system for tourists from select countries including US and Japan.
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E-visa system likely to be rolled out next week 30.10.2014 Asian Age: Business
The e-visa is expected to give a big boost to the foreign tourist arrivals in the country The Government will roll out by next week the much-awaited electronic-visa system for tourists from select countries including US and Japan. Home Minister Rajnath Singh along with Tourism Minister Sripad Naik will unveil the first phase of e-visa system for tourists from two dozens countries including US and Japan at a function here shortly, a senior Tourism Ministry official said. While Australia is likely to be accorded the e-visa facility during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit Down Under, some countries belonging to BRICS and African region are likely to be announced in the first phase. The e-visa is expected to give a big boost to the foreign tourist arrivals in the country. While in January about 4.95 lakh foreign tourists arrived in India, there were a total of 51.79 lakh during January-September this year. All the arrangements including the software for this system is ready now and will be operational at ...
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E-visa system likely to be rolled out next week 30.10.2014 Latest News
The Government will roll out by next week the much-awaited electronic-visa system for tourists from select countries including US and Japan.
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India clears visa-free facility for Albanian diplomatic passport-holders 30.10.2014 Zee News : India National
 Government today gave its nod for signing of an agreement on the abolition of visa requirement for holders of diplomatic and official/service passports between India and Albania.
Agreement on the abolition of visa requirement for holders of diplomatic and official/service passports between India Albania 29.10.2014 Latest News
The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today gave its approval for signing of the agreement on the abolition of visa requirement for holders of diplomatic and official/service passports between India Albania.
Visa-free travel for Indian, Albanian diplomatic passport holders 29.10.2014 All News-IANS Stories
The Indian government Wednesday gave its nod for an agreement to do away with a visa requirement for holders of diplomatic and official passports for travel between India and Albania.
Visa-Free Travel for Indian, Albanian Diplomatic Passport Holders 29.10.2014 NDTV
The Indian government on Wednesday gave its nod for an agreement to do away with a visa requirement for holders of diplomatic and official passports for travel between India and ...
Agreement on the abolition of visa requirement for holders of diplomatic and official/service passports between India Albania 29.10.2014 Govt of india: PIB
The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today gave its approval for signing of the agreement on the abolition of visa requirement for holders of diplomatic and official/service passports between India Albania.
Burdwan blast: CM Mamata may now be captive of her radical minority support base 27.10.2014 FirstPost: World

The terror cases emerging from Bengal pose a challenge both to Mamata Banerjee and the centre. Her party draws heavily from this support minority base, while the rise of BJP in Bengal will drive her further towards this constituency

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Burdwan blast: Mamata may now be captive of her radical minority support base 27.10.2014 FirstPost: World

The terror cases emerging from Bengal pose a challenge both to Mamata Banerjee and the centre. Her party draws heavily from this support minority base, while the rise of BJP in Bengal will drive her further towards this constituency

The post Burdwan blast: Mamata may now be captive of her radical minority support base appeared first on Firstpost.

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Can Kiren Rijiju bring the northeast closer to North Block? 26.10.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
A week before Chinese President Xi Jinping visited India last month, minister of state for home affairs Kiren Rijiju addressed a gathering of strategists at leading US think tank, Brookings Institution, based on Embassy Row in Washington DC.
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Paul flays unsolicited advice to India from UK 25.10.2014 Hindustan Times: World
Members of the House of Lords saw the election of the Narendra Modi government as an opportunity to renew UKIndia relations during a debate on Thursday but prominent industrialist Swraj Paul decried the stream of ungenerous and illinformed advice from UK to India on key ...
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‘India’s visa concerns will be addressed’ 24.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘India’s visa concerns will be addressed’
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Pakistan Hindu migrants celebrate Diwali in Jodhpur, hope for better future 23.10.2014 CNN-IBN: India
With the rise of extremist forces in Pakistan around 2000 Hindu migrants have escaped to India this year.
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