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Air India to operate more flights in Riyadh-Karipur sector
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Air India to operate more flights in Riyadh-Karipur sector

New Delhi: Air India has increased the number of flights in the Riyadh-Karipur sector. “The airlines will operate new flightson ThursdayandSaturday,” Air India manager Kundanlal Gothwal said. The airlines will conduct six new services in the ... Mathrubhumi, 1 month ago
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Saudi Arabia among most preferred destinations for Indian job seekers

New Delhi: Saudi Arabia continues to be among the most preferred destinations for Indians seeking jobs abroad, resulting in the Gulf kingdom becoming among the highest sources of remittances to India, according to official data. According to figures provided ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
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Swaraj asks Indian mission in Pak to grant visa to woman

New Delhi:In yet another humanitarian gesture, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today asked the Indian High Commission in Islamabad to grant a visa to a Pakistani woman for a liver transplant in India. Her intervention came after Sadia, the ailing ...
 Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago
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China gets closer and closer to Maldives

This week, China and the Maldives signed a Free Trade Agreement that took India by surprise.'Agreements signed between the Maldives and China have seriously worried India,' reports Aditi Phadnis. IMAGE: A scene from Male, the Maldivian capital. The man in the posters is Abdulla Yameen, the Maldives' president. Photograph: Reuters Mohamed Nasheed, ousted president of the Maldives, living in exile, and the man who tried to propel Maldives towards a multiparty democracy, was in India recently.
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Will the tumultuous events in Saudi affect Indian oil?

India expects to remain unscathed this time, mainly because it is in a sweet spot as the world’s third largest oil consumer, after the US and China, says Subhomoy Bhattacharjee. The broad smiles on the face of those present at the inauguration of Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company Aramco’s new office in Gurugram in October this year were for real. The massive purge within the Saudi royal family, Aramco’s owners, hadn’t begun.   A month later, Crown Prince ...
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