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Two Indians are hailed by the Ramon Magsaysay Awards: anti-manual scavenging activist Bezwada Wilson and musician Thodur Madabusi Krishna, who is an awardee for Emergent Leadership. read on
MEET THE NEW APPOINTED SOLITICOR GENERAL OF THE PHILIPPINES
About a week after former Solicitor General Francis Jardeleza was appointed Supreme Court Associate Justice, Malacañang chose lawyer Florin Hilbay as Acting Solicitor General. read on
India launches Tourist Visa on Arrival (TVOA) enabled with Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) Scheme for Philippines
Home Minister of India Mr. Rajnath Singh, along with Dr. Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State (I/C), Tourism & Culture and Minister of State for Civil Aviation, launched in New Delhi the Tourist Visa on Arrival (TVoA) enabled with Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) Scheme on 27 November 2014. read on
INDIAN EMBASSY PASSPORT APPLICATION GOES ONLINE
The Embassy of India, Manila would be accepting only online submitted passport application form and the hand written form will not be accepted. Open PDF file
INDIA RELEASES postal STAMP HONORING
Aditya V. Birla
Aditya Vikram Birla (14 November 1943 – 1 October 1995), was an Indian industrialist. Born into one of the largest business families of India, Birla oversaw the diversification of his group into textiles, petrochemicals and telecommunications. He was one of the first Indian industrialists to expand abroad, setting up plants in South east Asia, the Philippines and Egypt, among other places. His unexpected death at the age of 52 left his young son in charge of his group of companies and also much doubt about whether it would survive him. These doubts however proved unfounded as his company has enjoyed success and so has his legacy of philanthropic activities.
IT IS MORE FUN IN THE PHILIPPINES. COME TO THIS FUN COUNTRY.
SO SAYS THE BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION AND THE FILIPINO-INDIANS.
IMMIGRATION COMMISSIONER HON. RICARDO DAVID IS PICTURED WITH HIS OFFICERS AND
MEMBERS OF THE FILIPINO INDIAN COMMUNITY [Front row, 4th from left]
INDIAN NATIONALS CAN COME TO THE PHILIPPINES ON A CONDITIONAL VISA FREE ENTRY. CHECK OUT THE TIM OR THE TIMATIC WEBSITE OF THE AIRLINE.
The change is coming to the Philippines!
WHY IS IT MORE FUN IN THE PHILIPPINES?
Join the Fun in the Philippines
Wherever you go in the Philippines, it is the Filipinos that will make your holiday unforgettable. Just ask anyone who’s been here. In fact, Lonely Planet guidebook calls us ‘among the most easy going and ebullient people anywhere’. read on
Ninoy Aquino Day
National Heroes Day
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