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Welcoming the LDF government’s move to make Kovid checks free for expatriates: Bahrain Talent

Welcoming the LDF government’s move to make Kovid checks free for expatriates: Bahrain Talent

Middle east
Manama> Bahrain Pratibha welcomes Kerala government's move to make RT-PCR Kovid test free for expatriates at Kerala airport Pratibha said in a statement that the Pinarayi government has once again shown its commitment to the expatriate community by holding the expatriates close to its chest during the crisis. Since last Tuesday, Kovid has made it mandatory for expatriates returning to India to check in at the airport within 72 hours of departure. This placed a heavy financial burden on ordinary expats. The Central Government has outsourced the Kovid inspection of airports across India to private agencies. According to this, the charge is levied by the private agencies in the respective states. However, following the intervention of the Kerala High Court on February ...
Central government should lift new rule for Gulf travelers: Bahrain talent

Central government should lift new rule for Gulf travelers: Bahrain talent

Middle east
Manama> The Bahraini genius has strongly protested against the central government's move to impose stricter conditions on expatriates traveling to India. In addition to the Kovid negative certificate, which was issued within 72 hours of departure, the Central Government's new proposal to re-test airports arriving in India at their own expense is both harassing and challenging for expatriates. The test is mandatory even for babies. The Kovid test costs between Rs 3,000 and Rs 5,000 in various Gulf countries. Those who come with a negative certificate have to pay up to Rs 1,700 for the test at airports in India. I.e. double inspection within 72 hours. This is an irrational move. In addition, it places a heavy financial burden on ordinary people and those who lose their jobs ...
Central Budget Forgets Expatriates: Bahrain Talent

Central Budget Forgets Expatriates: Bahrain Talent

Middle east
Manama> The Bahraini genius said in a statement that the central budget completely ignores the people who lost their income during the Kovid epidemic. The budget, which forgot about the poor, gave huge concessions to corporates. Neglect of expatriates The central budget continued during this Kovid period. There are no national welfare or rehabilitation programs for expatriates in the budget. During the Kovid period, there was a need for schemes to provide direct income and relief to the people. But the budget announces that the concessions given to corporates during the Kovid period will continue, completely ignoring the disadvantaged masses. The budget considered NRIs in two places, namely, avoid double taxation for NRIs and allow NRIs to form a member company. But t...
Expatriate Budget: Bahrain Talent

Expatriate Budget: Bahrain Talent

Middle east
Manama: Bahrain Pratibha has welcomed the state budget, which has announced a number of welfare measures for expatriates, including a significant increase in expatriate pensions. Pratibha pointed out that this shows the care and love of the LDF government towards the expatriates. Finance Minister Dr. In the budget presented by Thomas Isaac, the welfare pension was increased to Rs 3,500 for expatriates and Rs 3,000 for returnees. An amount of `9 crore has been sanctioned to the Pravasi Welfare Fund for this. The Finance Minister announced that all expatriates would be made part of the Welfare Fund. The Integrated Expatriate Employment Scheme for Expatriates who lose their jobs has been announced in the budget. A list of expatriates returning to the scheme will be prepare...
Bahrain Talent Blood Donation Camp

Bahrain Talent Blood Donation Camp

Middle east
Manama> Bahrain Talent Center Committee and Helpline organized a blood donation camp at Salmania Medical Complex. Pravasi Commission member Subair Kannur inaugurated the function. Pratibha Chief Executive Officer P Sreejith and General Secretary Livin Kumar spoke. Helpline convener Noushad Poonur thanked the audience. One hundred activists from four regions donated blood. Pratibha Secretary Livin Kumar and President Satheesh greeted all the activists who participated in the blood donation drive. Patriotic news is now available on WhatsApp and Telegram. Click to subscribe to WhatsApp channel ..Click to subscribe to Telegram Channel .. Other news (function(d...
Bahrain Talent Blood Donation Camp

Bahrain Talent Blood Donation Camp

Middle east
Manama: Pratibha Muharraq conducted a blood donation camp at King Hamad Hospital on the occasion of Bahrain National Day. The blood donation camp was jointly organized by the Manama Regional Committee and the Helpline. Officials said the Bahraini talent, who holds a blood donation camp every year on National Day in December, has already organized four blood donation camps from May to December this year. Pratibha General Secretary NV Livin Kumar inaugurated the camp. Regional Vice President Prashanth KV presided over the function. Kerala Pravasi Commission member Subair Kannur, Pratibha Chief Patron P Sreejith, President KM Satheesh, social activists KT Salim, Rafeeq Abdullah and King Hamad Hospital Blood Bank in-charge Noah spoke. Regional Secretary Adv. Joy Vettiyada...