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Stranded NRIs consider visiting Cambodia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka for avoiding residency issues

28 days ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

Non-resident Indians, businessmen and multinational employees trapped in India due to the second wave of Covid-19 are aiming to visit countries for a short period of time such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Sri Lanka or even Laos to steer clear of residency issues that might cause tax complications.
As per the current regulations, anyone staying in India for more than 182 days is accountable to pay domestic taxes.
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British Airways Trials World's First 25 Second Covid-19 Test

British Airways Trials World's First 25 Second Covid-19 Test

29 days ago   |   By Forbes

An ultra-rapid Covid-19 antigen test could be a game changer for the beleaguered travel industry and it could also be used to safely open up other business and schools.
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