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Britain's visa restrictions for Indians might affect trade deal

Irudaya Rajan asked, "How can we separate free movement of goods, services and investments with free movement of people. They are intertwined British Prime Minister Theresa May 's insistence might affect the trade deal with India following her ... Tehelka, 2 days ago

Displaced by development: How the state can hinder or help

Ann George and S. Irudaya Rajan Recent decades have seen dramatic changes in the southern Indian city of Kochi, where a series of mega developments has reshaped the city and its suburbs and displaced many residents. In their 2015 paper Changing ...
 International Development Research Centre2 months ago
Times of India

UK's visa crackdown threatens India trade deal

One of Britain's most important post-Brexit trade partnerships could be at risk due to Theresa May's refusal to reform visa restrictions for Indian citizens. The British Prime Minister has insisted leaving the EU would allow Britain to find other ...
 Times of India2 days ago
New Indian Express

Changing old notes proving hard hurdle to cross for NRIs, foreign returns

KOCHI: Rajesh Chandran, an NRI residing in Qatar, plans to come to India in March this year. He has banned currency notes worth Rs 20,000. He says he had expected the government and the RBI would let him exchange these notes overseas. But no, he ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago

2016 Year of Change: Return migration

Kerala witnessed some early signs of change in 2016. Some welcome changes, some fraught with long-term repercussions. Society and media will be watching if these signals become a trend in the months ahead. It could be a boon or bane depending on how ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Demonetisation in Kerala: Dismantling financial sources may have short-term effect, say experts

Kerala is one of the few states where demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes generated so much heat. The state witnessed a rare phenomenon of the entire state Cabinet sitting on a day-long dharna with the mutually acrimonious ruling ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Demonetisation in Kerala: Hawala, fake notes play big role in state's economic growth  Firstpost.com2 months ago

The Model's Feet Of Expat Clay

Demonetisation and the ensuing liquidity crunch have exacerbated Kerala's economic woes. With fiscal deficit touching Rs 19,000 crore, every penny in the coffers counts. Recent drops in excise and tax collection add to the worries. On top of that, ...
 Outlook India2 months ago
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