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Indian visitors to Dubai leap to almost two million

The Indian tourist influx to the Gulf continues with 1.97 million visitors to Dubai in 2017, reflecting a 20 per cent jump. The increase can be attributed in part to relaxed visa restrictions for Indian passport holders, which is currently under further consideration, including the possibility of extending on-arrival visas to Indians. Nine million Indian […]

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