Gujarat to host 2015 Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in January

Published on Jul 03 2014 // NRI
RIYADH — The Indian government has decided to hold the next Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (Indian Expatriates Day) at Mahatma Mandir, Gandhinagar, Gujarat in January 2015, according to the country’s embassy in Riyadh. Efforts will be made to have more meaningful and interactive sessions that will address...

AIUS hosts literary expo in honor of Indian community member

Published on Jul 03 2014 // NRI
AIUS hosts literary expo in honor of Indian community member
Dr.Hanif Tarin being presented with a memento. — Courtesy photoRIYADH — The All India United Society (AIUS) organized an exhibition displaying literary work and contributions of prominent poet, author and physician Dr. Hanif Tarin here last week. The exhibition featured memorable pictures and books...

Yusuffali marks hat-trick victory in Abu Dhabi Chamber election

Published on Jun 28 2014 // Featured, NRI
Yusuffali marks hat-trick victory in Abu Dhabi Chamber election
Yusuffali M.A.Yusuffali M.A., head of Lulu group, Middle East’s retail major, and non-resident India (NRI) businessman, won the Abu Dhabi Chamber election held yesterday with a thumping majority. Ali who won previous two elections, retained his seat with 1,721 votes, highest among expatriate candidates....

Facilitate our higher studies, Indian students’ clarion call to Irani

Published on Jun 26 2014 // Featured, NRI
Facilitate our higher studies, Indian students’ clarion call to Irani
Raqib Hasan Khan(L) and Tasneem AbbasHassan Cheruppa Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Four outgoing students of the International Indian School-Jeddah (IISJ), who received letters of appreciation from India’s Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Zubin Irani for their outstanding performance, made an...

Shattering dreams on foreign lands

Published on Jun 25 2014 // Featured, NRI, Special
Shattering dreams on foreign lands
- Mohammed Saifuddin The issue of stranded Indian labors in Iraq has once again raised a matter of gullible agents and how they trap the poor labors with big dreams leading them to live in pathetic and miserable conditions in foreign lands. Many of the young workers who were lured by Indian agents...

Afzal Sanai Passes Away

Published on Jun 22 2014 // Featured, NRI, Special
Afzal Sanai Passes Away
Afzal SanaiProminent Ex-NRI Businessman and Managing Director, Arabian Farms, from Riyadh, Afzal Jaluddin Sanai has expired Yesterday in Hyderabad, India. He was in Riyadh since 1977 and went back to India in 2012. He was very popular among Indian Community. He served as Chairman, International India...

Innovation is key: Rao

Published on Jun 21 2014 // Featured, NRI, Special
Innovation is key: Rao
IISJ marks 45th Annual prize distribution ceremony Hamid Ali Rao – Syeda Amtul Saudi Gazette JEDDAH – Indian Ambassador and Patron of International Indian School Jeddah (IISJ) Hamid Ali Rao, while congratulating the students for their outstanding performance in both academic and co-curricular...

APUS is now All India United Society (AIUS)

Published on Jun 21 2014 // Featured, NRI
APUS is now All India United Society (AIUS)
In view of the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh in two states and due to immense interest shown by many people of other states, eleven year old organization of NRIs in Riyadh Andhra Pradesh United Society (APUS) expanded to across India to be renamed as All India United Society (AIUS). Due to its dedicated...

Karnataka NRIs in Jeddah elects new committee.

Published on Jun 21 2014 // Featured, NRI
Karnataka NRIs in Jeddah elects new committee.
Sitting from left : Aijaz Ahmed, Krish Jangal, Maanzoor Ahmed, Syed Nasir Khursheed (Gen Secretary), Roshan Rodrigues (President), Sri Harsha, (Treasurer) Sabu Chandran, Vasu Manche Gowda, Mohammed Mansur.Stand from Left (Front Row): Pravin Netekar, Niaz Ahmed, Syed Habib ,Mohammed Saheb, Peter Mascerenhas,...

New hope for Indian workers in Gulf countries

Published on Jun 11 2014 // Featured, Gulf, NRI, Special
New hope for Indian workers in Gulf countries
- Mohammed Saifuddin, Yahind.com As the “Modi Storm” cooled down and Prime Minister and his cabinet colleagues settled down in their respective ministries, Indian workers in the Gulf countries are hopeful that their long pending demands and issues will be taken up by the new government. External...

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