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Month: January 2016

NRIs Property Investment Guide

NRIs Property Investment Guide

The retirement plan of an NRI brings him/her back home. This is the prime reason of surging NRIs property investment in India. During 2005 to 2010, the surging investment in property touched 87%. The estimated growth of this investment by the year 2020 marks 30%. The respective places, which are in the list of favourite destinations for NRI property purchase, are Banagalore, Ahmedabad, Pune, Chennai, Goa and Delhi. Remember! The property should be of immovable category that can be gifted or inherited real estate property. Any inherited agriculture land, farm house and plantation land in the name of the NRI is transferable. But before, he/she should check out property name, sales deed, encumbrance certificate, patta, no due certificate, bank release letter and PAN card.

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Learn Why Should NRI Invest in Indian Property

Learn Why Should NRI Invest in Indian Property

Altering scenario of India’s economy and its rapid growth has drawn millions of NRIs eyes towards India for resettlement here. Around 2,800,000+ in Africa, 10,840,000+ in Asia, 4,200,000+ in West Asia, 1,768,834+ in Europe, 5,100,000+ in North America/ Caribbean, 510,000+ in South America and 850,000+ in Oceania are the figures of Indian population. But now, a wide population of this Indian diaspora abroad has begun resettlement in India.

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OIFC Offers Internship to NRI Students in 23 Indian Firms

OIFC Offers Internship to NRI Students in 23 Indian Firms

Indian diaspora will be cheering this blissful announcement of summer internship program to Washington-based Indian students.  Around 60 summer internships positions to the students studying in the premier international universities of America will be provided. This will be a golden opportunity for the US-based Indian students to come closer to the culture of their forefathers. This initiative is highly appreciable as it will help in strengthening the bond between Indian economy as well as culture and Indian diaspora in Washington.

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