Indian business leaders in the UAE have welcomed the Indian government’s decision to restrict taxation only to the income generated by them from businesses in India. Moreover, taxes would need to be paid only on income of more than Indian Rs1.5 million.
As the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic continues to affect an increasing number of people, it is also inspiring all segments of the UAE society to support the most vulnerable to the social and economic repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic that brought nations around the world to a standstill.
Briefing the media on the progress of Phase IV of the mission, known as "Vande Bharat," Srivastava said the additional flights will from GCC countries, Malaysia, Singapore, the UK, Europe, Kyrgyzstan, and Ukraine.
So far the group has arranged about a dozen flights to various Indian cities including Gaya, Lucknow, Varanasi, Jaipur and Kolkata. Latest flight was operated on Saturday to Gaya in Bihar.
The concerned persons need to send an application, including details of their passport, local contact number, email address, visa copy with supporting documents to ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ for Abu Dhabi cases and to ‘email@example.com’ for Dubai and Northern Emirates Cases.
The embassy of India, Abu Dhabi, and Consulate General of India, Dubai, launched a dedicated website to prepare a database to register Indians wishing to travel back to India under the COVID- 19 situation late on Wednesday.
In a significant trend post-Covid-19 pandemic, a much higher percentage of NRI respondents in the latest CII-Anarock consumer sentiment survey
Salin Mankuzhy, an official with the Norka-ROOTS, the state’s agency for the welfare of the non-resident Keralites, said the daughters of the returnees will also get the relief.
The Kerala High Court has cleared the marriage of a non-resident Indian (NRI)with a foreign national against the local authority’s insistence on an attested certificate to prove the foreign bride is single.