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Cases of Israeli and Palestinian Migrants in India PDF Print E-mail
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Map of PalestineA Palestine national has been arrested on charges of illegally staying in the country and obtaining a voter identity card. Acting on information by the Foreigners’ Regional Registration Office (FRRO) that a Palestine citizen named Baseel Y. S. Nasrallah had obtained an Indian voter identity card, the South Delhi police mounted a raid on his rented accommodation in Kishangarh village in South Delhi. He allegedly claimed that he and his wife were Indian citizens. According to the police, he produced a voter identity card issued in the name of Y. S. Baradeiya.

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Saudi imprisoned Suleiman's Family Pleads for justice PDF Print E-mail
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Suleiman AbubakkerPuttur, Sep 10: Suleiman Abubakker, a resident of Nellyadi near here who had left to work in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), has been languishing in jail there, for no mistake of his and has been pleading for his early release.   Suleiman was working as a truck driver for the past 25 years in India at Nellyadi near here, caring for his ailing mother, wife and five children; two sons and three daughters.  However, 53-year-old Suleiman left for KSA on January 29 2008, to work there, in order to support his ailing mother and family; especially to get his three daughters settled in life. 

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Senior Indian migrant died after race attack in UK PDF Print E-mail
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Tributes have been paid to the Tooting pensioner who died following a racist attack outside the mosque where he worshipped. Ekram Haque, 67, was standing with his three-year-old granddaughter outside the Idara-e-Jafferiya mosque in Church Lane, Tooting, on bank holiday Monday when he was attacked about 9.50pm. Mr Haque, a Muslim who lived locally and previously worked in a local home for the disabled, sustained serious head injuries and died on Monday. His granddaughter Miriam was unhurt.

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Welfare of Overseas Indians and promotion of legal migration PDF Print E-mail
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New Delhi: Mr. K. Mohandas, Secretary, Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs (MOIA) inaugurated the 2nd Annual Consultation Meeting with the State Governments here today. The two-day Consultation Meeting is aimed to discuss how the Ministry can partner with the State Governments to provide the required support in effectively addressing the problems of Overseas Indians. Addressing the state representatives, Mohandas said that a Nodal Department should be set up by all states for welfare of Overseas Indians and promotion of legal migration from the States. He said that state governments can play active role in implementation of various schemes and programmes of the Ministry.  He further said the skill up-gradation and pre-departure Orientation Training Programme for potential emigrants, creation of database of skilled manpower and facilitating their overseas employment, migration of students for study abroad and their registration and Know India Programme are the focus areas where the Ministry and State governments can work together for welfare of NRIs, PIOs and Overseas Indian Workers.

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Non Required Indians PDF Print E-mail
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NRISIndubhai Amin, a non-resident Indian (NRI) settled in the UK earns interest income of Rs 3 lakh on his non-resident ordinary account bank deposit in India in the current FY 2009-10. Enjoying his personal exemption limit of Rs 1.60 lakh and the eligible deduction of Rs 1 lakh u/s 80C, Amin is comfortable paying income tax of Rs 4,000 in the first slab of 10 per cent on his effective taxable income of Rs 40,000.

Flat tax of 20% and 30%

A huge shock awaits Amin and millions of NRIs, in regard to taxation of their interest and investment income and capital gains earned in India, proposed to be treated under the draft Direct Tax Code as "income from special sources."

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