The problems faced by Indians living in the Gulf will be highlighted at a major conference this week.
More than 2,000 non-resident Indians (NRIs) from over 60 countries, including Bahrain, will attend the 12th annual Pravasi Bhara
Mumbai has retained its top spot as an all-time favourite among UAE non-resident Indians (NRIs) for their real estate investment, with 33.7 per cent voting for the city, said a survey.
The survey was conducted by Sumansa Exhibitio
A new CBSE syllabus school promoted by prominent non-resident Indians (NRIs) has been announced in Dubai and will open in the next academic year.
Credence High School will be one of the few schools in the region that will follow t
The India Home Property Exhibition 2013 concluded on a successful note in Dubai leaving developers optimistic of generating high sales through conversion of queries that took place over the span of three days.
The three-day exhibi
With more than 100 developers exhibiting over 500 projects and 1000 plus properties from budget homes to major investments, the upcoming Indian Property Show 2013 in Dubai is set to be the biggest ever, said organisers.
Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait (BBK) said it has opened its third branch in India.
The branch, at Aluva, near Kochi in the south Indian state of Kerala, was inaugurated by India's Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and P
Indiabulls, a real estate company, will expand into other GCC countries, following the start of international operations in Dubai last year.
The plan includes opening up of representative offices in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain by yea
Mumbai has remained a favourite among non-resident Indian (NRI) property buyers with 31 per cent of the UAE based NRIs choosing to invest in the city, according to a survey.
The survey was conducted by Sumansa Exhibitions, organis
Indian expatriates in the Gulf every year send back home $40 billion, said a senior official.
This accounts for more than half of $69 billion which the World Bank says is the total remittance by Indians worldwide, said a Gulf Dail
Indian residents in Bahrain are remitting more cash back home as the value of the rupee against the dinar continues to slump.
The dinar, which is pegged to the US dollar, has been strengthening against most international currencie