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95 % of NRIs in Gulf can't save any money! PDF Print E-mail
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Migrant workers que in front Indian dipomatic mission, UAELife is not rosy for lakhs of Indians employed in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries as only five per cent of the NRIs there earn enough to lead a normal life on return to India.
An on-line and field survey conducted by Pravasi Bandhu Welfare Trust, a Dubai-based non-governmental organisation working for bettering the lives of Indian workers in GCC countries, a whopping 95 per cent of NRIs in the Gulf do not save anything and return empty handed to India even after working for a decade. Only five per cent of the Indian labour force including the white collared bring enough money to live happily back home.

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Millions of Domestic Workers Lack Adequate Legal Protection in Middle East : HRW PDF Print E-mail
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Governments in the Middle East should act quickly in 2009 to fulfill longstanding promises to protect migrant women’s rights, said Human Rights Watch today, ahead of December 18, 2008, International Migrants’ Day. A number of governments have promised major reforms in the response to widespread and egregious abuse, but have yet to finalize and carry out these plans.
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Nevada Assembly session to open with Hindu prayer PDF Print E-mail
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Employment of UAE's domestic workers streamlined PDF Print E-mail
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Expat women under threat from unscrupulous agents PDF Print E-mail
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