India is facing its biggest ever travel restrictions, which have led to a wave of cancellations of business trips to the country.
What are the restrictions and how long will it last?
BBC News: India travel restrictions (all times BST) India travel ban: India is a country of about 5.5 million people.
The population of the country is over 8.5 billion.
The country has been a part of the European Union since 1947, and is home to a large chunk of the world’s population.
The Indian government has declared the country to be a closed country.
The current ban applies to India’s main ports and airports, as well as airports.
This includes Mumbai International Airport (MIA), New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Bengaluru.
What is a tourist visa?
A tourist visa is valid for three months and can be renewed for up to two years.
The visa can be used to enter and leave India.
For details of the visa and its validity, see the Department of Foreign Affairs website.
What does the ban mean for India’s economy?
The Indian economy has been affected by the travel ban.
The travel ban has been blamed for slowing business activity in the country, especially tourism.
It has also slowed the flow of imports from India to the rest of the region.
It also led to an increase in the price of goods and services from India.
India’s exports to the world have fallen in the past year.
How many people will be affected?
The current travel ban affects about 20% of India’s population, but is expected to affect up to 70% of the population by 2020, according to the Department for Industrial Policy and Promotion.
The number of people affected by this travel ban is expected be in the hundreds.
The affected population includes tourists, students and expatriates from countries outside the European bloc.
What do the affected countries have to do to get through the travel restrictions?
The affected countries are the following: Argentina: The Argentine government announced on Wednesday that it will lift the travel restriction for its citizens from the day after the end of the Indian week of May 31 until June 3, 2020.
However, there are still restrictions on visitors from Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Turkey.
The embargo will remain in place for the duration of the ban.
Canada: The Canadian government said on Thursday it is extending the stay of people from the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to April 3, 2021, until June 2, 2021.
The restrictions remain in effect for the entire month of April.
Mexico: The Mexican government said that the ban will remain on for a maximum of six months, which means that Mexican tourists will have to go back to their countries of origin before they can return to Mexico.
In other countries, including South Africa, Canada, the United States and Australia, the travel bans are expected to remain in force for two years, meaning that people travelling to Canada and the US could still face delays.
The United Kingdom: British authorities said on Friday that the travel suspension for the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland will remain until the end the year.
The suspension of the travel to India, which is the only country on the list of affected countries, was due to be lifted on March 31, 2021 but was extended for another two months, to April 2, 2022.
The UK, which has been part of Europe since 1951, has a population of 1.4 billion.
Australia: Australia has lifted the travel limit for the period from April 15, 2021 until June 30, 2021 and for the remaining period, it will remain suspended until June 4, 2022, said a statement from the Home Affairs Department.
The ban will not affect any Australian citizens, the statement said.
The US: The US said on Wednesday it would lift the ban from the first week of July, but that the duration is expected increase by two months.
The government has extended the ban for three years, from March 3, 2022 to June 3 and from April 2 to May 29, 2023.
India and the world The travel restrictions are not expected to have any impact on Indian tourists visiting the United Nations, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), or the World Bank.
The world’s third-largest economy, India is home the world-leading 7 billion population.
India is one of the richest countries in the world.
It accounts for 10% of global GDP and accounts for more than half of the planet’s carbon dioxide emissions.