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Extension of the deadline for submission of ICCR Scholarship applications to 20/02/2019 ||| SCHOLARSHIPS FOR POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMME IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE 2019 ||| Use of Thuraya/Irridium Satellite phones is banned in India. Unauthorised use of such phones will lead of confiscation of the same and will attract prosecution as per relevant laws governing use of satellite phones in India. Visitors are advised not to carry/use satellite phones during their visit to India.
Ấn Độ cấm sử dụng điện thoại vệ tinh Thuraya/Irridium. Người sử dụng trái phép loại điện thoại này sẽ bị tịch thu điện thoại và khởi tố theo luật pháp liên quan đến việc sử dụng điện thoại vệ tinh tại Ấn Độ. Vì vậy, du khách khi đến thăm Ấn Độ không nên mang theo hay sử dụng điện thoại vệ tinh.
Implementation of Biometrics for Issuance of Visa

 In keeping with extant regulations of the Government of India, the Embassy of India, Hanoi has put in place necessary arrangements for biometric enrolment and authentication for issuance of Visas. It is brought to the notice of all the visa applicants that starting from May 2, 2018, enrollment of biometrics is mandatory. All the visa applicants in the age group from 12 - 70 yrs have to appear in person at the Visa section of the Embassy along with their visa applications for the purpose.

With the implementation of Biometric enrollment at the Embassy of India, Hanoi, the applicants would be granted multiple entry tourist visa/business visa for five years as a default option. Grant of 5-year tourist visa will be with the stipulation that continuous stay during each visit shall not exceed 90 days. Grant of 5-year Business visa will be with the stipulation that continuous stay during each visit shall not exceed 180 days. On specific cases/requests, where requirements is for a shorter period, the period of visa can be curtailed.