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OCI or OCI Company Ltd. is a green energy and chemical company founded in 1959, with its head office in Seoul, South Korea. The company's name is an initialism of its former corporate name, Oriental Chemical Industries.

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OCI cardholders to require special permit to undertake missionary, journalistic activities, visit restricted areas
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OCI cardholders to require special permit to undertake missionary, journalistic activities, visit restricted areas

The Central Government has specified that an Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholder shall require a special permit for various activities which includes missionary, journalistic activities or to visit any place which falls within the Protected or Restricted or prohibited areas as notified by the Central Government. The Home Ministry has issued a notification on Thursday giving details about the rights of OCI cardholders.

Such a wonderful moment for all of us students of Nambiar Sir: PT Usha
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Such a wonderful moment for all of us students of Nambiar Sir: PT Usha

Track and field legend PT Usha has said it is a wonderful and proud moment for all of OM Nambiar's students as the latter is set to receive the prestigious Padma Shri.

Mouma Das, Sudha Singh among 7 sportspersons awarded Padma Shri
Other Sports

Mouma Das, Sudha Singh among 7 sportspersons awarded Padma Shri

Table tennis player Mouma Das and athlete Sudha Singh are among seven sportspersons awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India on the eve of the country's 72nd Republic Day.

Former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe among 119 Padma winners for 2021
Politics

Former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe among 119 Padma winners for 2021

New Delhi, Jan 25 Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is among 119 recipients whom the government on ...

OCI cardholders allowed to visit India
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OCI cardholders allowed to visit India

The Union Ministry of Home Affairs on Friday allowed Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders from countries with which India has signed 'air bubble' arrangements to visit India. The US, UK, Germany and France are among these countries.

Will try to start international passenger flights by August : Hardeep Singh Puri
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Will try to start international passenger flights by August : Hardeep Singh Puri

Several days after the government announced the resumption of some domestic commercial flights from May 25, Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Saturday said that his ministry will try to start some percentage of international passenger flights as well by August this year.

Govt allows OCI cardholders to travel back to India
Health

Govt allows OCI cardholders to travel back to India

Giving a major relief to the Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders stranded abroad, the Ministry of Home affairs ...

India to repatriate only those citizens with 'compelling grounds', OCI holders also not applicable
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India to repatriate only those citizens with 'compelling grounds', OCI holders also not applicable

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, over 3 lakh people have registered with Indian missions in the Gulf region to be repatriated home, according to official sources.The government today said it will operate the first 64 repatriation flights from May 7 to bring back about 15,000 Indian nationals from abroad over a period of one week, in one of its biggest-ever evacuation exercise.Sources said repatriation will only be available for Indian citizens and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card holders, green card holders or any foreign nationals will be brought back.The Prime Minister's office and particularly cabinet secretary, external affairs minister and foreign secretary are personally giving direction to this huge repatriation process undertaken by India, according to sources.

India steps up procurement of testing, PPT kits from abroad
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India steps up procurement of testing, PPT kits from abroad

As India has entered the second phase of lockdown and the number of COVID-19 cases are on the rise, the country is escalating its efforts to ramp up testing.

Govt will not provide pension to Padma awardees, says MoS Home Nityanand Rai
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Govt will not provide pension to Padma awardees, says MoS Home Nityanand Rai

Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai on Tuesday said in the Lok Sabha that the government will not provide pension to Padma awardees.

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