Scottish Expats In India

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Latest Blogs by Scottish Expats Living in India

  • Eat and Dust
    Since launching in March 2009, Eat and Dust has been voted one of India's top 5 food blogs by Good Housekeeping magazine and was recently Blog of the Week in The Times of India. Pamela is a Scottish expat now in Delhi.
  • amasc
    I'm currently in Mumbai, India. I teach, I travel, I take pictures, I post them here. Sometimes I write about about what's in them.

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Latest News Relating to India or Scotland

  • Singapore tops the list of best place for expats
    Singapore has once again claimed top spot in the world’s most liveable city for expats in the latest list published by ECA International. ECA International’s regional director for Asia, Lee...
  • Indian expatriates granted the right to vote
    The Indian government has told the country’s Supreme Court that it has accepted a proposal to allow Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) to vote in polls via e-post ballot, meaning that Indian expatriates...
  • Oman scraps expat tax plan
    The Gulf state of Oman has abandoned plans to levy a tax on remittances sent home by expat workers, reports local media. Last November, the country’s Shura Council said that the government tax...
  • Illegal expats in Oman to be offered amnesty
    Expatriates in the Gulf state of Oman who have overstayed their working visas and are now in the country illegally are to be offered amnesty, a government spokesperson has revealed. The Ministry...
  • UAE: Expats workers made to pay for visa renewal
    Expat workers in the UAE are being illegally charged as much as AED15,000 by employers to renew their working visas every two years, a Bangladesh embassy employee has said. It costs AED2,879 to...
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