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New Delhi: Moving a step closer to ease the movement of travellers to and from India, the Government of India has eased some travel restrictions.

A series of new steps finalised by the Ministry of Civil Aviation will be applicable for all countries with whom air bubble agreements have been made.

Foreign nationals belonging to any of the countries under the air bubble agreement will now be able to get Indian Visa for Business, Medical, and Employment Purposes.

Indian nationals will also be allowed to travel to these countries on any visa. This however will be subject to all regulations as applicable in the destination of arrival.

OCI card holders residing in these countries too will now be allowed to enter India.

India currently has Air Bubble agreements in place with countries like the United States of America, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany. More countries may be added to this list in due course of time.

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