Articles tagged under: NRI

Gujarati couple murdered by Pakistani man in Dubai

June 24, 2020
Gujarati couple murdered by Pakistani man in Dubai

Dubai: An Indian couple from Gujarat was found murdered and their teenage daughter brutally injured by a Pakistani national here last week during a break-in and robbery bid. Dubai Police have arrested a Pakistani man. The couple -- Hiren Adhiya and Vidhi Adhiya, both in their 40s were killed on June 18. A Pakistani, accused of their murder was arrested in less than 24 hours. The Adhiyas were residing at a villa in Arabian Ranches. Their two children, aged 13 and 18, were at home when the ...Read More

1958 Gujaratis return to motherland in special flights under Vande Bharat Mission

May 27, 2020
1958 Gujaratis return to motherland in special flights under Vande Bharat Mission

Gandhinagar: The Government of Gujarat today said, as many as 1958 Gujaratis returned to mother land under Vande Bharat Mission so far from 11 countries including UK, Kuwait, Philippines, Australia, France, Indonesia, Singapore and others. Special flights were operated during 12-17 May. The Government said, 1869 Gujaratis will return to motherland during 29 May to 9 June from UAE, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, UK and USA. Vande Mataram Mission was launched on May 7 to facilitate return of Indians...Read More

Indians start arriving at SVPI airport from locations abroad

May 12, 2020

Ahmedabad:Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel international airport here for the first time saw such a scale of passenger traffic during over month long period of nationwide lockdown. Passengers arrived at SVPI airport from foreign locations in special flights operated by the Central government to bring back stranded Indians. After health screening, the passengers were given options of going to a 14-day quarantine in either Govt facility or in paid facility in hotels. Quarantine facilities for incoming pas...Read More

Flights from five countries to arrive in Gujarat carrying stranded Indians during 7-13 May

May 05, 2020
Flights from five countries to arrive in Gujarat carrying stranded Indians during 7-13 May

New Delhi: As many as 1100 stranded persons will be brought back to Gujarat from five countries in the first week of global evacuation process which is starting from from 7th May 2020. As per the details received from union Civil Aviation ministry, SVPI airport in Ahmedabad will witness arrival of flights from Philippines (Manila), Kuwait (Kuwait City) , Singapore (Singapore), United kingdom (London) and United States (New York) on day 1(Philippines), 2(Singapore), 4(USA), 5(UK) and 6(Kuwait...Read More

Govt of India to facilitate return of Indian Nationals stranded abroad from May 7 in phased manner

May 04, 2020
Govt of India to facilitate return of Indian Nationals stranded abroad from May 7 in phased manner

New Delhi: Government of India will be facilitating the return of Indian nationals stranded abroad on compelling grounds in a phased manner. The travel would be arranged by aircraft and naval ships. The Standard Operating Protocol (SOP) has been prepared in this regard. Indian Embassies and High Commissions are preparing a list of distressed Indian citizens. This facility would be made available on payment-basis. Non-scheduled commercial flights would be arranged for air travel. The travel wo...Read More

Important update for people of Ahmedabad district stranded abroad and want to return

May 02, 2020
Important update for people of Ahmedabad district stranded abroad and want to return

Ahmedabad: District Collector of Ahmedabad today said the Indian Students/Business Travellers/Tourists of Ahmedabad District who are currently stranded abroad and want return back to home should fill their details in the prescribed format and email the Collector office on given email-id. The format of application released by district collector is given below:   Indian Students/Business Travellers/Tourists of Ahmedabad District who are currently stranded in abroad and want return...Read More

Leading Gujarati NRI philanthropist Rizwan Adatia reportedly abducted in Maputo, Mozambique

May 01, 2020
Leading Gujarati NRI philanthropist Rizwan Adatia reportedly abducted in Maputo, Mozambique

Porbandar: Founder of Rizwan Adatia Foundation and philanthropist, Rizwan Adatia is latest victim of abduction crimes in Maputo province of African nation Mozambique. Adatia's car has been found in abandoned condition near Matola. It is believed his car was stopped  by abductors when he was on way from market to home at around 11.00 pm and he was forcibly taken away.  Adatia was alone in his car and he was self driving it, due to social distancing amid coronavirus crisis, it is learnt.  ...Read More

4 tents with luggage of NRI tourists gutted by fire at Dhordo tent city

January 09, 2020
4 tents with luggage of NRI tourists gutted by fire at Dhordo tent city

Gandhinagar: Four tents along with the luggage of tourists were gutted by fire at Dhordo based tent city today. The tent city located next to Great Rann of Kutch is set up every winter for tourism festival called 'Rann Utsav'. Three of four tents that gutted by fire were allocated to NRIs (Non Resident Indians) while one tent was vacant. Cloths and luggage of tourists in three tents are destroyed in fire. A video of family arguing and expressing his problems is viral. Fire broke out in D ...Read More

Failure was very important for success in life: Gujarati origin NRI industrialist Narendra Raval in Gujarat

December 20, 2019
Failure was very important for success in life: Gujarati origin NRI industrialist Narendra Raval in Gujarat

Ahmedabad: Well known NRI industrialist of Gujarati origin Narendra Raval, who represents a very inspiring story of 'Rags to Riches' and has become one of the richest people in the African continent despite a very humble and poverty-hit early life, today said that failure should not be looked down upon as it was the most important thing for success in life. Raval also urged people to keep dreaming and continue to work hard with full involvement and commitment. Raval who h...Read More

PM Narendra Modi on Thailand visit

November 02, 2019

Commerce Minister's Delhi briefing in India on PM's RCEP move PM Modi leaves Bangkok to return to New Delhi MEA briefing on East Asia and RCEP summits: MEA briefing: Today's the third and the last day of Prime Ministers visit. His engagements today included bilateral meetings with the Prime Ministers of Japan, Vietnam and Australia. He also participated in the 14th East Asia Summit as well as the third RCEP Summit and participated at a special lunch hosted by Thailand. At t...Read More

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