Foreigners

Some articles on foreigners, foreigner:

Casualties Of The 2008 Mumbai Attacks - Nationality
1 Total 293 ... Among the dead were 138 Indians (including 17 policemen and NSG commandos) and 28 foreigners ... The breakdown of the foreigners was as follows four Americans, three Germans, two Israeli-Americans, two Israelis, two Australians, two Canadians, two ... Twenty-seven other foreigners of different nationalities were injured in the terror strikes and were admitted to the Bombay Hospital ...
Law Of Bhutan - Public Law - Employment and Labor Law - Foreign Workers
... Bhutanese law prohibits the employment of foreigners without permits from the Chief Labour Administrator ... The Ministry of Labour and Human Resources is empowered to set maximum numbers of foreigners who may work in Bhutan, and may limit the number of foreigners working in any ...
Saint-Genis-Pouilly - Population - An International Population
... why a significant proportion of the population of the commune are foreigners ... commune contained amongst its 6,383 inhabitants 1,697 foreigners (making 26.6%) ... census, amongst its 515,478 inhabitants 40,903 foreigners (making 7.9%) ...
Matrimonial Law Of Singapore - Foreigners, Permanent Residents and Mixed Marriages
... Foreigners marrying in Singapore may require approval from Ministry of Manpower, depending on the type of visa they are on ...
Crime In India - Crimes Against Foreigners in India
... There are some instances of violent crime against foreigners in India ... alone in remote areas after dark is of particular risk to foreigners ... In October 2006, a foreigner was robbed in daylight on Park Street ...

Famous quotes containing the word foreigners:

    Have you never heard of German Becoming, of German Wandering, of the endless migratings of the German soul? Even foreigners know our word ‘Wanderlust.’ If you like, the German is the eternal student, the eternal searcher, among the peoples of the earth.
    Thomas Mann (1875–1955)

    They spell it Vinci and pronounce it Vinchy; foreigners always spell better than they pronounce.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    Frogs are slightly better than Huns or Wops, but abroad is unutterably bloody and foreigners are fiends.
    Nancy Mitford (1904–1973)