Monthly Archives: September 2013

24/7 Wall St.’s Countries with the most immigrants

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According to UN figures, more than 45 million immigrants live in the United States. This is four times more than the number in any other country of the world. According to the recently released figures by 24/7 Wall St – the UN’s Population Division, there … Read More

Want To Live In Europe? “Buy” A Residency Permit

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They’re called “golden visas” because, like gold credit cards, they’re designed to attract people with money. It’s a trend that’s sweeping Europe and its particularly battered economies. “For Sale: 3-Bedroom, Comes With EU Residency Permit” is how one British newspaper explained the expanding offer. If … Read More

Best time to visit Europe?

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The ‘best’ time to visit Europe depends on what you want in a vacation. It can be the time with less crowd, or the time with good weather, or the least expensive time. However, least expensive often equates least desirable (with the weather being less … Read More

Before you take that first trip to Europe

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Thinking about taking an independent trip to Europe? That’s great. Independent travel is usually cheaper and more rewarding than signing up for a coach tour of Europe. Sure, you’ll plan more, but you’ll plan the things you want to do, not the things someone else … Read More

Germany – A Perfect Tourist Destination for retired people!

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For people of a particular age, Germany offers a broad range of activities. One can relax in a spa resort with fitness and beauty facilities get active and go cycling or walking, enjoy musicals, theatre and concerts or take in the preeminent culture in the … Read More

More than Sikhs visit Wolverhampton for the 10th anniversary of…

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According to BBC’s news report, more than 10,000 Sikhs gathered in Wolverhampton to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Sikh Federation. A Chair-person of the federation, Amrik Singh said that a decade back, the group was initiated to give Sikhs a stronger political voice. The … Read More

ITALY – A Tourist Destination For All

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Since tourism began, many people have raved about Italy and honestly, the country truly does have it all. It has one of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in Europe. It holds the world’s greatest hoard of art treasures. It has a benign climate on … Read More

IBM softens stance on outplacement clause

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ET Now reported that, in a seemingly positive improvement for the IT sector in India, tech-giant IBM has supported the US Immigration Bill’s House version. Unlike the Senate version, the House version has no outplacement clause. The clause was being perceived as unfavourable to the … Read More

Foreigners can carry up to Rs 10,000 beyond immigration desk

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RBI has permitted non-residents to carry up to INR 10,000 to the duty free area in airports beyond immigration desk for miscellaneous expenditures. However, they need to dispose the Indian Rupee before boarding the plane. Earlier, non-residents were allowed to carry Indian currency only up … Read More

Best Places to Visit In October

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As autumn looms in the north and spring is blossoming in the south, October is a beautiful month around the world. From the last of that European sunshine, to the wacky festivities of Halloween in the USA, here are the best places to go for … Read More