NRI NEWS – Page 18 – UKMALAYALEE

How much money can NRIs take to India?

By Jeevan Vipinachandran
What is the maximum amount of money that a non-residential Indian can take with them to India? The lack of clarity on this question continues to vex many NRIs who often travel back home.

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How NRI students can get admission to medical and engineering colleges in India 

By Jeevan Vipinachandran
A flying career in Medicine or Engineering is still the main dream for many NRI students and their families. Many people still perceive these two professions as the ones that determine their social status – which remains the influencing factor in choosing a career.

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The advantages of having NRO and NRE accounts

By Jeevan Vipinachandran
Many older Malayalees tend to have accounts in India where they can transfer money to, whereas younger ones do not. The details of such accounts are important to know for future generations, whether they wish to in invest in India or send money.

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Can Kerala survive a Gulf crisis?

By Jeevan Vipinachandran
It is a well-known fact that Kerala is hugely dependant on remittances from abroad to keep going. Is this sustainable in the face of rising political tensions in the Middle East?
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Rules for buying property in India for NRIs

By Jeevan Vipinachandran
The Indian property market is hot right now. There is no doubt that Indian property could be a strong investment for PIOs/OCIs living abroad in countries like Britain. It is widely believed that NRIs are eligible to buy any type of property in India.

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How safe is it to eat processed food while visiting Kerala?

By Jeevan Vipinachandran
One of the most significant ongoing issues in Kerala today is the role of processed food in damaging public health, if not poisoning people outright. Traditionally, the Malayalee diet is known for its rich, varied and balanced nature.

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Learn about one year courses for Indian surgeons in the UK

By Jeevan Vipinachandran
Change is the one constant in the profession of medicine, as new technologies, techniques and practises are discovered and become used by all medical professionals, as mentioned in a February 12 2018 Economic Times newsletter.

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What should British Indian OCI card holders do when their passports expire?

By Jeevan Vipinachandran
The Overseas Citizen of India card is a form of dual citizenship which enables the holder to travel to and stay in India an unlimited number of times without needing a new visa.

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Do NRIs have to file tax returns in India?

By Jeevan Vipinchandran
Many people believe that NRI/OCI/PIOs do not have to file income tax returns in India. Unfortunately this is not the case. It is unwise for Non-Resident Indians to neglect tax related matters as something which does not concern them.

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Britain’s curry chefs are disappearing!

By Jeevan Vipinachandran
Imagine a world where London’s famous curry houses have all been shut down for want of chefs. This is may be a nightmare scenario for Kerala curry lovers. It is very much the situation that many of the best Indian restaurants in London are facing.

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