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Australia to reopen for foreign visa holders to enter from Dec 1 gcwAustralia to reopen for foreign visa holders to enter from Dec 1 gcw

Australia to reopen for foreign visa holders from December 1 in a bid to revive economy

Morrison has stated that this will be expanded beginning December 1 to allow vaccinated students, business visa holders, and refugees to enter.

World News Nov 22, 2021, 1:38 PM IST

Saudi Arabia to impose 3-year travel ban for citizens who visit 'Red List' countries including India gcwSaudi Arabia to impose 3-year travel ban for citizens who visit 'Red List' countries including India gcw

Saudi Arabia to impose 3-year travel ban for citizens who visit 'Red List' countries including India

The kingdom has banned travel to or transit to several countries, including Afghanistan, Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, South Africa, Turkey. 
 

Middle East Jul 28, 2021, 1:34 PM IST

Hong Kong to ban passenger flights from UK to curb virus-VPNHong Kong to ban passenger flights from UK to curb virus-VPN

Hong Kong to ban passenger flights from UK to curb virus

On Monday, the Hong Kong administration passed a statement that said that the UK had been classified as extremely high risk because of the recent rebound of the epidemic situation in the UK and the widespread delta variant virus strain there. 

World News Jun 29, 2021, 12:59 PM IST

COVID travel ban on Australians returning from India not to be extended beyond May 15, says PM Morrison-dnmCOVID travel ban on Australians returning from India not to be extended beyond May 15, says PM Morrison-dnm

COVID travel ban on Australians returning from India not to be extended beyond May 15, says PM Morrison

The government threatened to prosecute them with a possibility of five years of jail term or a penalty of 66,000 Australian dollars (USD 50,899).

World News May 7, 2021, 1:08 PM IST

IPL 2021: Michael Slater travels to Maldives before tournament suspension, blasts Australia's travel ban-ayhIPL 2021: Michael Slater travels to Maldives before tournament suspension, blasts Australia's travel ban-ayh

IPL 2021: Michael Slater travels to Maldives before tournament suspension, blasts Australia's travel ban

The Indian Premier League 2021 has been suspended indefinitely due to rising teams and multiple bubble breaches. Some players and some non-playing officials had decided to pull out earlier due to the same concerns.

CRICKET May 4, 2021, 3:23 PM IST

President Joe Biden big announcements on Day 1 at White House-CPNPresident Joe Biden big announcements on Day 1 at White House-CPN

Joe Biden's going to make big announcements on Day 1 at White House

Joe Biden is set to announce a series of policy reversals from the day he takes over as the 46th President of the United States. Biden's team has reportedly drafted a raft of decrees that he can issue after the inauguration on January 20.

World News Jan 17, 2021, 12:09 PM IST

Kerala gold smuggling case Faisal Fareeds passport impounded UAE mum on request to question attacheKerala gold smuggling case Faisal Fareeds passport impounded UAE mum on request to question attache

Kerala gold smuggling case: Faisal Fareed's passport impounded; UAE mum on request to question attaché

 The passport of Faisal Fareed, accused in the gold smuggling case, has been impounded by the ministry of external affairs.  The UAE has also issued a travel ban against him
 

India Jul 16, 2020, 7:30 PM IST

Thousands leave China's Wuhan as travel ban ends after 2 monthsThousands leave China's Wuhan as travel ban ends after 2 months

Thousands leave China's Wuhan as travel ban ends after 2 months

China's ruling Communist Party imposed a quarantine lockdown on tens of millions of people -- first in Wuhan and then the rest of Hubei province -- beginning January 23, making the central Chinese city the first place in the world subjected to draconian restrictions now seen in many countries 

Coronavirus World Apr 8, 2020, 10:50 AM IST

Bride, groom exchange wedding vows on video call amid coronavirus travel banBride, groom exchange wedding vows on video call amid coronavirus travel ban

Bride, groom exchange wedding vows on video call amid coronavirus travel ban

With the coronavirus outbreak and travel bans in place, the groom could not reach India from Mauritius and accepted his partner as his wife through video call
 

India Mar 22, 2020, 2:56 PM IST

Coronavirus Delhi high court to hear case on India travel ban on EuropeCoronavirus Delhi high court to hear case on India travel ban on Europe

Coronavirus: Delhi high court to hear case on India’s travel ban on Europe

Delhi high court decided to hear a plea challenging the Centre's circular prohibiting travel of passengers from European Union, UK, Turkey and European free trade association member nations from March 18 onwards to contain the spread of coronavirus pandemic

WORLD Mar 20, 2020, 5:20 PM IST

Coronavirus outbreak Australia cricketers doubt IPL 2020 participationCoronavirus outbreak Australia cricketers doubt IPL 2020 participation

Coronavirus outbreak: Australia players’ IPL 2020 participation in doubt as PM says ‘do not travel abroad'

IPL 2020, if it happens, may not have Australian cricketers as the country's Prime Minister has imposed overseas travel ban due to the threat of coronavirus (COVID-19)

CRICKET Mar 18, 2020, 4:34 PM IST

In pics Australia protest against Trumps Muslim travel banIn pics Australia protest against Trumps Muslim travel ban

In pics: Australia protest against Trump's Muslim travel ban

Several people came out with some serious messages on their respective banners to protest against US President Donald Trump's ban on people from 7 Muslim-majority countries from entering the US on Friday in Melbourne, Australia. Here are some pictures that will move you:

Feb 3, 2017, 1:49 PM IST

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Trump travel ban protests: Facebook, Apple, Google and others pen down a letter

After being quite vocal about what they think the ban, prominent tech executives from Alphabet (Google), Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Uber and Stripe have now drafted a joint letter opposing the ban.

Feb 3, 2017, 4:56 AM IST