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India's Restrictions on Tourist Visas Continue to Relax

December 2012
India's Restrictions on Tourist Visas Continue to Relax


Travelers on a Tourist Visa for India have been required to have a gap of at least two months between two separate visits to India.

The consulate is happy to inform us that this restriction has now been lifted except for nationals of China, Iran, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Foreigners of Pakistan and Bangladesh origin, and Stateless persons.

This comes on the heels of other new Visa agreements that aimed at easing travel between India and Pakistan, as reported in Khabar this month.

For further details, see for example,
"Historic agreement eases India-Pakistan travel"
at http://khabarsouthasia.com/en_GB/articles/apwi/articles/features/2012/09/14/feature-01
and "Govt relaxes tourist visa rules" (12/4/12)
at http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/current-affairs/govt-relaxes-tourist-visa-rules_790460.html.


(Posted December 6, 2012.)

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