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Bye Sarko: What France's new president means for India

A solid political relationship with France could balance India's foreign relations, which have often tilted towards the US or Russia, feels Claude Arpi. France has a new President. With nearly 52......

America is willing to change

Last week, an American tourist, in between sips of fresh lime soda, explained to me his plan for hassle-free world travels. "It's simple," he said. "I just tell people that I'm from Canada." I --......

Saudi eases hiring process for expats

Saudi Arabia has announced easing of foreign manpower recruitment procedures as part of several key initiatives to make the kingdom investor-friendly.Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah headed Supreme......

'We don't expect too many people to leave'

India's Ambassador to Kuwait Swashpawan Singh says contingency plans have been drawn up to cope with the impact of any forthcoming conflict with Iraq. In an exclusive interview with rediff.com......

Indian cities become costlier for expats

India's fast economic growth and appreciation of rupee have made its cities more expensive for expatriates this year, though they remain cheaper when compared to other leading Asian cities such as......

'Saudi Arabia still offers lot of opportunities for Indians'

"Saudi Arabia continues to be a land of opportunity for Indians. Indians have benefited the most from the amnesty scheme as 1.4 million people got their residency and work status legalised,"......

World's 20 most expensive cities

Economic and political upheavals have affected the city rankings due to currency fluctuations, inflation, and volatility in accommodation prices, says Mercer. A Mercer survey rates 214 cities......

'India is a solid and insight-driven market'

Amrop believes the economic slowdown will not have a long-term impact on its business, but maybe on technology.The Brussels-headquartered international executive search network's group executive......

'Future Group to focus on maintaining No 1 postion

Raghu Pillai, former director and CEO (operations, strategy and business development) of Reliance Retail,on Tuesdaytook over as the chief executive of Kishore Biyani's Future Value Retail. An......

  People speak for expat economic

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Q. Why many foreign pilots are employed in the Indian aviation industry? Is it due to their higher level of expertise or due to lack of availability of trained pilots in India or due to any other reason? Your views?
:  A. (1) Boom in the aviation sector leading to a phenomenal surge in demand for pilots. In good old days, there were only Air India plus Indian...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/why-many-foreign-pilots-are-employed-in-the-indian-aviation-//answers/17175608

Good Citizen
Q. Who are hardworkers ? Indians or Chinese ?
Good Citizen:  A. The Chinese Wall defines their state of mind. They are building the $30-billion Three-Gorges Dam, the largest hydro-electric power station. Its not...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/who-are-hardworkers--indians-or-chinese-/17175091/answers/15919527

anantharaman
Q. is brain drain good?
Anantharaman :  A. In this era of globalization brain drain has worked to our advantage to some extent. It has helped enterprenuership and reinvestment back into...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/is-brain-drain-good/15919454/answers/2013486

Sudhir Kumar
Q. I feel king rule should be practiced in India, just like the Arab Countries. Bcos in Arab countries, the Kings are selfless( as the whole country belong to them), and they do lot of good things for the development of their nation and the people including expats. Where as in India, the politicians are selfish and taking turns to loot the country whenever chance comes. Comment on this view.
Sudhir Kumar:  A. I don't think all Arab rulers are self-less! Examples lining up from Shah of Iran, Ayotullah Khomeini, Saddam Hussein, etc. Only few rulers like of...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/i-feel-king-rule-should-be-practiced-in-india-just-like-the-/2010639/answers/2516485

sangeetha perumal
Q. Why india becomes a poor country?
Sangeetha Perumal:  A. I too used to be very angry with these kinda headlines untill a couple of years ago. But to be frank they are not to be blamed. As an expat living...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/why-india-becomes-a-poor-country/2516111/answers/1170512

  Web results for Expat Economic
Justin Harris, Managing Director of Chase Belgrave, Explains the Truth Behind George Osborne's Pensions Announcement

/PRNewswire/ --"The chancellor's recent budget was watched with baited breath by millions and received with excitement - there was to be a radical... ...

http://in.sys-con.com/node/3057801
Reliance Jio to Hire 500 Professionals; Plans to Launch Services by September

Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Jio Infocomm is on a hiring spree, aiming to bring in as many as 500 telecom professionals on board in the next few... ...

http://www.communicationstoday.co.in/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=10878&Itemid=147
Franchise India launches Entrepreneur Cafe

Franchise India , a pioneer in the franchising industry has introduced a niche concept of the Entrepreneur Café in New Delhi, a place where... ...

http://www.eventfaqs.com/eventfaqs/wcms/en/home/news/Franchise-India-launches-Entre-1397453282656.html
EEC celebrates anniversary

The Expat Entrepreneurs Circle (EEC) celebrated its second anniversary with a glitzy event at the Novotel Bengaluru Techpark recently. Since its... ...

http://www.newindianexpress.com/cities/bangalore/EEC-celebrates-anniversary/2014/04/14/article2166822.ece
Cheers! India raises a toast to its fast changing drinking culture

"Do you think it's an election sop?" whispers the person I have been talking to over many cocktails and much vodka, now a bit hazy. "Er?" I mumble,... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/et-cetera/how-indias-drinking-culture-is-changing-radically/articleshow/33666921.cms

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