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1 Million British Indians Rattled by Note Ban, Seek Recourse

Taking Indian currency out of India is banned as per the law but many NRIs and those who return in few days do carry Indian currency and the practice has come under radar now with the British Indians scrambling to get their old Rs 500 ($7) and Rs. 1,000 ($14) notes exchanged. As the official deadline of December 30, 2016 ...

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Allphones Arena Lends Ears to Modi: ‘Live for Nation’ Says PM

It seems to be like another Madison Square Garden Event in Allphones Arena as the Olympic Park is filled with cheering crowd of over 16,000, who are eagerly waiting to witness the event and are keen to hear Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on Monday here. While Modi was received by New South Wales Premier Mike Baird, Baird said, ...

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Sydney Welcomes Modi, Thousands Keen to Attend India-Aus Unity Event

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday heads towards Sydney with his ambitious project “Make in India”, after attending the high profile G20 Summit in Australia. Allphones Arena in Sydney is all set to welcome the PM, who will attend the mega community event organised by Indian diaspora. While leaving to Sydney, thanking Brisbane, Modi tweeted on his micro blogging site, ...

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Narendra Modi Visit Inspires Indian Diaspora in Australia

After wowing and wooing millions all over the world, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to cast his oratory magic on the Indian expatriates living in Australia. With few hours to go before the mega reception being hosted in Allphones Arena at Olympic Park in Sydney, the Indian expatriate community seems to be truly in the grip of ...

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US State Secretary Kerry hosts first Diwali celebrations, hails Indian diaspora

Keeping up the tradition ushered in by US President Barack Obama since 2009, Secretary of State John Kerry hosted 2014 Diwali celebrations for the first time in Washington DC, while Indian Amabassador S. Jaishankar joined him in lighting the Diwali Diya on the auspicious day. Resident Hindu Priest Narayanachar L. Digalakote from the Sri Siva Vishnu temple presided over the ...

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