Indian Expats In Qatar
If you are looking to connect with Indian expats in Qatar, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs Qatar written by Indian bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by Indian Expats Living in Qatar
- by Shahira - Motherhood. Faith. Dentistry
Personal blog discussing motherhood, faith and dentistry.
- My Pressure Cooker
Having lived as an expat almost all of my life here, I am most at home in the GCC. I primarily blog about food, restaurants, travel and also on my random thoughts.
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- Meeting Expats in Qatar... eventually
The location was Doha, Qatar mid eighties and despite the fact I had been working abroad for several years now, this was my first real bachelor status shore-based job. On previous postings I was...
Latest News Relating to Qatar or India
- India introduces five year multi entry visas for expats in UAE
According to the Indian Ambassador to the UAE, both expats and residents in the emirates will be ‘issued as routine' with five-year multi-entry business visas by Indian missions located in the UAE....
- Is India the new China for expats
As China falls fast as regards popularity with expats, the recent HSBC survey suggests India may be the new number one for those looking for business opportunities amid exotic surroundings. It...
- India wins out over the USA and China in expat survey
According to a recent survey, expats living and working in India are happier than their counterparts in the USA and China. The respected HSBC survey awarded the sub-continent 26 points against 30...
- India becoming more popular with expats due to its low cost of living
India has always been popular with backpackers and alternative lifestyle travellers, but it’s now climbing the popularity charts as a more conventional expat destination. The sub-continent's...
- Hi tech expat professionals live luxury life in India
As the trend of hiring hi-tech expat experts ramps up in India, are their skills and the resultant high salaries making them the new Maharajas? For several years, expat hiring in Indian companies...