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Latest posts on http://www.noprobleminindia.com/en:

  • My expat story. Zuzanna Bilska-Jha: connecting your mind and body.
    Honestly, preparing myself for today’s My expat story release, I had no previous contact with yoga either with her philosophy or with my today’s guest herself personally. It took me quite a while to get a little insight into her understanding and “feel” what Zuza is living on a daily...
  • What is an Apostille and when do I need one? Indian bureaucracy level master.
    Do you plan to go for higher studies abroad? Do you need to register your foreign marriage certificate in your home country? Do you need a passport copy authenticated internationally? If for any of these questions you responded yes, then you can find this article helpful for you. Sometimes, public...
  • NRI / OCI card holders overview. Most common questions and answers.
    Did you know that India is the second most populated country in the world with nearly a fifth of the world’s population? According to the United Nations in July 2016, the population stood at 1,326,801,576. India is projected to be the world’s most populous country by 2022, surpassing the population...
  • Indian identity. Indian diaspora across the world (about NRI and OCI card holders)
    Imagine, in any place of the world, you meet an average Indian. Or average Indian family. What do you see? Colorful traditional dresses? People eating rice? Dancing or singing in one of the 22 official Indian languages? Practicing yoga? There is no one straightforward answer to this question. There are...
  • Survival kit for FRRO registration: demystifying immigration responsibilities in India
    There is a place in almost each bigger city in India where the foreign population density is much more crowded than in other places. Office where long-term outsiders-newcomers to India have to go in person and have to face Indian bureaucracy for the first (and definitely not last) time. So,...
  • My expat story. Mbah Akwa Hermann: entrepreneur vs corporate professional in India. Finding the right path.
    I have many foreign friends that came to India, each individual for different reason as some of them came to work for corporations, some of them for tourist reasons, some to do social work with NGO. Completely different approach but all of them enjoyed life here in their own way....