NEW DELHI THE controversial Nitaqat law relating to employment, energy security, counter-terrorism cooperation and a host of bilateral and regional issues would be discussed during External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid's visit to Saudi Arabia ... Qatar Tribune, 4 days ago
Khurshid to visit Saudi; Energy, Nitaqat law, counter-terror on agenda - Manorama Online, 5 days ago
Nitaqat, energy security top agenda during Khurshids S. Arabia visit - Oman Tribune, 4 days ago
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New Delhi, May 8 (PTI) Over 18,000 Indians have approached the Indian embassy in Riyadh seeking 'emergency certificate' to leave Saudi Arabia amid concerns about possible job losses due to implementation of a new labour law "Nitaqat" that seeks to ...Press Trust of India, 1 week ago 18,000 prepare to leave S. Arabia Oman Tribune, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI THE Indian government proposes to send two senior ministers to Saudi Arabia to asses the impact of the new nitaqat employment policy that is expected to affect thousands of Indians who are working in the kingdom without valid employment or ...Qatar Tribune, 1 month ago India, S. Arabia to set up JWG on Nitaqat programme ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago Saudi Arabia labour law crisis: Govt rushing two ministers Oneindia, 1 month ago India to send two ministers to Saudi Arabia, 3 lakh Indians affected by new job policy IndiaTV News, 1 month ago
Riyadh/New Delhi: Indian embassy said the Nitaquat law implemented in Saudi Arabia as part of Saudization movement will affect illegal labourers only. The illegal migrants should receive their out-pass and return to India, said the embassy here. It ...Manorama Online, 1 month ago
(MENAFN - Arab News) Riyadh and New Delhi are working on a proposal to repatriate Indian prisoners to India and to allow them to serve their remaining jail terms that adhere to an existing agreement on transfer of sentenced individuals.An estimated ...MENAFN, 1 day ago
Missoni unveils in Milan new store concept and announces expansion in New Delhi, Hong Kong, Doha and Riyadh
Earlier this week, marking Milan Design Week and the Salone del Mobile, the Italian luxury house of Missoni re-opened its flagship store in Milan on Via SantAndrea with a new interior concept signed by famed architect Patricia Urquiola. The 400 sqm ...Cpp-Luxury, 1 month ago Missoni announces expansion into New Delhi, Hong Kong, and Middle East My Retail Media, 1 month ago
In the recent times, the historic visit of King Abdullah to India in 2006 resulted in signing of 'Delhi Declaration' imparting a fresh momentum to the bilateral relationship. The visit provided the framework for cooperation in all fields of mutual ...DNA India, 5 days ago Salman Khurshid to visit Sa... Siasat Daily, 5 days ago Strange Salman, the Saudis and Kerala Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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NEW DELHI: Jet Airways today said it will launch its daily flights between Kochi and Kuwait from Thursday. Jet Airways will introduce daily services from Kochi to Kuwait via Abu Dhabi, effective from May 16, a statement from the airline said. The ...Economic Times, 6 days ago Jet's Kochi-Kuwait flight to be operational from May 16 Manorama Online, 6 days ago Jet Airways announces Abu Dhabi-Kochi flights The Gulf Today, 2 weeks ago
NRI News: HYDERABAD/NEW DELHI, As the three-month grace period given by the Saudi Arabian government for implementation of the Nitaqat law comes to an end soon, India could witness large-scale reverse migration in the coming months. Over 18,000 ...KeralaNext.com, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: Saudi Arabia's new labour policy will affect only illegal immigrants and not genuine workers employed in the Kingdom, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid has said. Genuine workers don't need to worry. It will impact only those who ...The Gulf Today, 1 month ago 'New Saudi law wont affect genuine workers' Khaleej Times, 1 month ago New Saudi labour law won't affect genuine workers Gulf News, 1 month ago New Saudi law won't affect genuine workers Gulf News, 1 month ago
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