By Irudaya Rajan Indian workers send home the world's highest amount of remittance income, but there is no migration policy to protect them at any stage of their journey abroad and back. According to the latest World Bank ... South Asia Monitor, 1 month ago
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Of late, the remittances market is witnessing a beehive of activity, courtesy yuan devaluation by the Chinese authorities and the subsequent fall in Indian currency. Depreciation in the value of rupee has brought cheers to the 2.5-crore strong NRI ...New Indian Express, 5 days ago
Prime minister Narendra Modi's historic visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the first by an Indian PM to the Gulf nation in 34 years, struck a chord with the Indians there, both highly-skilled professionals as well as blue-collar workers. Visuals from ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Modi in UAE: PM to Visit Indian Migrant Labourers Living in Abu Dhabi ICAD Residential Labour Camp International Business Times India, 2 weeks ago
MUSCAT: Fall in the value of Indian currency and increase in the number of Keralites migrating out of the state have made their deposits in the banks cross the Rs1,000 billion mark in the last fiscal year. Non-resident Indians deposits in Kerala ...Times of Oman, 2 months ago
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