In a televised address on Tuesday 14th April, Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended the lockdown in India till May 3rd 2020. The lockdown that began on March 25th, will see some relaxation in areas that are not coronavirus hotspots and certain activities will be permitted post appraisal of the situation on April 20th. The Ministry … Continue reading India Lockdown 2.0 – Updates
In order to remove confusion in the public, it is informed that Union Ministry for Home Affairs (MHA), on 28.03.2020, had granted consular services on gratis basis to foreign nationals, presently residing in India due to travel restrictions in the context of COVID-19 outbreak, till 30th April, 2020. (https://pib.gov.in/PressReleaseIframePage.aspx?PRID=1613895) Regular visa, e-visa or stay stipulation, … Continue reading Grant of Consular Services to Foreign Nationals, presently residing in India due to travel restrictions in the context of COVID-19 outbreak, till 30th April, 2020
India’s prime minister Narendra Modi announced a 21 day lockdown for all 1.3 billion people in the country to stay inside their homes for three weeks starting Wednesday 25th March 2020 — the biggest and most severe action undertaken anywhere to stop the spread of the coronavirus. This lockdown will open up on the 15th … Continue reading PM Modi Orders 3-Week Total Lockdown for All 1.3 Billion Indians
We often have the desire for change, for discovering things we’ve never tried before. It’s part of our nature as humans, a persistent curiosity that increases as we grow older, pushing us to carry out crazy things we never dared to imagine before!Leaving your country to move to India, could be one of those incredible … Continue reading Coming face to face with Delhi Belly by Hugo Durand
Worldwide economic growth has taken a hit. While confidence levels are generally down across. In 2018 when PwC conducted the Annual Global CEO Survey, it revealed a record level of optimism regarding the economic growth figures. In 2020, the Survey reveals that more than half the CEOs surveyed believe that the rate of global GDP … Continue reading India comes up as the 4th best market for global companies looking for growth abroad
The Indo-French Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IFCCI) and Business France India held the Second Edition of the ‘Indo French Business Awards 2019 and VIE Grand Prix’ in November this year. The evening saw great participation from French companies operating in India as well as Indian companies that trade with French companies. Awards were given … Continue reading The Indo-French Business Awards!
Mercer recently published its 21st Quality of Living Ranking earlier this year in 2019. Hyderabad and Pune have been named as the best Indian cities to live in! The factors taken in to evaluate cities includes housing, consumer goods availability, economic environment, public services and transport, natural environment, school, education, medical and health, recreation and … Continue reading Best Cities to live in India – Hyderabad and Pune!
In Gurgaon, one of the hottest cuisine these days is Japanese. With a large expat community working there, these restaurants cater not only to the Japanese clientele, but others too as this cuisine has picked up over the years. Below, Resettle has put together a list of authentic restaurants you must try in Gurgaon: Ichizen – A great place with … Continue reading Recommended Japanese restaurants in Gurgaon
Sip, experience & explore a botanical wonderland as Olive Qutub is co-hosting The Gin Explorer’s Club with Food Talk India on September 22nd and 23rd, 2018. What to expect? All the gin your hearts desire, some fabulous food and the most talented musicians and artists to keep you company. Get busy this weekend!
Relocated to Delhi this year? Well now with the monsoons hitting the city and temperatures finally dipping, take advantage of this lovely weather and check out some of Delhi’s beautiful and architecturally appealing heritage sites. A perfect way to plan your weekend around a bit of history, some lovely Indian cuisines and musical performance to … Continue reading Upcoming heritage walks around Delhi