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Lalit Modi row: VK Singh says MEA followed rules
India Today

Lalit Modi's friends & foes

It has been less than a month since the controversy hit the headlines, but the visa saga of former IPL chief Lalit Modi has snowballed into proportions no one could have anticipated, drawing The Hindu, 1 day ago

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Money Today

IB hawk eye on tourists from China

EVEN as the Narendra Modi government has decided to include Beijing in the liberalised visa policy by extending the electronic tourist Visa ( eTV) despite objections by security agencies, the Intelligence Bureau ( IB) wants to keep a watchful eye on ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago Chinese may not get tourist visa the easy way  DNA India2 days ago Govt offers e-visa facility to Chinese tourists  Money Today1 month ago Centre plans to relax visa rules for Chinese  Times of India2 months ago

7 more airports including Varanasi, Jaipur to be declared entry points for e-visa

NEW DELHI: Seven more airports, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi's constituency Varanasi and Ahmedabad in his home state, will soon be declared as entry points along with the existing nine where citizens from eligible countries can land with ...
 Economic Times4 days ago Seven more airports including Ahmedabad to be declared entry points for e-visa  DeshGujarat4 days ago PTI - VISA 2 LAST - (Reopens DEL 60)  Namibia Press Agency4 days ago PTI - VISA - Seven more airports to be declared entry points for e-visa  Namibia Press Agency4 days ago
Business Insider India

e-visa is adding wings to Incredible India, believes tourism secretary

India is heading towards being a tourism hotspot, thanks to Modi government's proactive steps to ease up the formalities of entering into the country. Tourism secretary Lalit K Panwar told the Press Trust of India (PTI) that steps taken by the ...
 Business Insider India2 days ago E-tourist visa facility for France and Canada, 29 other countries  Rediff.com2 months ago India extends e-Tourist Visa scheme to 31 more countries  DNA2 months ago ETourist Visa for 31 countries including France and Canada from May 1  Hindustan Times2 months ago

Modi set to propose BRICS business visa to aid members

Prime Minister Narendra Modi may moot introduction of BRICS business visa to make it easier for businessmen of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa to travel from one country to other, as the five-nations-bloc is set to adopt a strategy to boost ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago Business visa rules to be relaxed for Pakistan?  Asian Age1 month ago
India Today

IB wants to background check all Chinese visitors to India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his visit to China in May, had announced that the electronic tourist visa scheme will be extended for Chinese tourists. PM Narendra Modi, during his visit to China in May, had announced that the ...
 India Today2 days ago Modi's e-visa for Chinese has home ministry in a bind  AhmedabadMirror.com2 days ago Intel has its way, roadblocks Modi's e-visa for Chinese  Bangalore Mirror2 days ago Government to accept online visa applications from Pakistan's Hindu refugees  DNA2 months ago

1.5 lakh people issued e-Visa in 7 months: Panwar

1.5 lakh people issued e-Visa in 7 months: PanwarTourism is at the center of Modi Government's scheme of things and it has taken a number of steps, including Smart City and Make in India.
 Economic Times2 days ago 1.5 lakh people issued e-Visa in seven months: Panwar  Press Trust of India2 days ago PTI - TOURISM - 1.5 lakh people issued e-Visa in seven months: Panwar  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago

Company cited as pretext

Lalit Modi had sought permission to stay on in London after his visa expired in 2011 on the pretext that he was looking to manage a business arm of Indofil Industries, the K.K. Modi group company now sucked into a storm.
 The Telegraph2 days ago
Outlook India

PM Narendra Modi extends preferred e-visa to China

Pledging to improve historically weak economic links between their countries, India and China also signed 24 deals worth over $10 billion, including MOUs in the area of skill development, railways, establishing sister relations between cities of the two ...
 DNA1 month ago 'China wants red carpet, not red tape, for investors in India'  Deepika Global1 week ago China offers to align 'Made in China' campaign  Economic Times1 week ago China wants red carpet, not red tape, for investors in India: Envoy  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
Asian Times Online UK

I need him now, more than ever: Lalit Modi's wife to UK tribunal

In wake of the growing controversy over former IPL chairman Lalit Modi's visa, a statement by his wife in a UK tribunal made last year was released today. Below are excerpts from the affidavit in which Minal Modi requested for travel documents for her husband to accompany her to Portugal for her cancer treatment. "For the last 17 years I have been treated for metastatic cancer. For the most part, I have been under the care of a Professor Slamon at UCLA, in the US. I was under his care from ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Indians should learn to set their priorities; Nepal earthquake was not as viral as #Lalitgate  One India2 weeks ago Home office: Lalit Modi case did not break any rules  Asian Times Online UK2 weeks ago Vasundhara Raje Took My Wife to Portugal, Have a Family Relationship With Sushma: Lalit Modi  New Indian Express2 weeks ago
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