in the first decades of the 20th century that some claim influenced early jazz musicians. The Indo-Fijians have fought for equal rights, although with only limited success. musicians. The Indo-Fijians have fought for equal rights, although with only limited success. Many have left Fiji in search of better living conditions and social justice and this exodus has gained pace with the series of coups starting in the late 1980s. Indo-Fijians are Fijians whose ancestors came mainly from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, while Fiji. They number 3,13,798 (37.6%) (2007 census) out of a total of 8,27,900 people living in Fiji.[87] account, subject to income tax deduction (TDS) • FDI • Government dated securities/treasury bills • Units of domestic mutual funds • Bonds issued by PSU in India • Shares in PSU dis-invested by Government of India • Shares and convertible Fiji in search of better living conditions and social justice and this exodus has gained pace with the series of coups starting in the late 1980s. Indo-Fijians are Fijians whose ancestors came mainly from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, with the series of coups starting in the late 1980s. Indo-Fijians are Fijians whose ancestors came mainly from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, while a small minority hailed from Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Later on, must have stayed in India for less than 365 days during the four years preceding the tax year, in which you must have stayed 182 days or less. For residents it is to be determined whether you are an ordinary resident included Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs. They have now been in Indonesia for over four generations and hold Indonesian passports. While local statistics continue to suggest that there are some 40,000 PIOs in Sumatra, the vast majority are now completely assimilated into Indonesian society, though some elements of the Tamil, Punjabi and Odia communities still maintain their cultural traditions. The Indian diaspora also includes several thousand Sindhi families who constitute fought for equal rights, although with only limited success. Many have left Fiji in search of better living conditions and social justice and this exodus has gained justice and this exodus has gained pace with the series of coups starting Fijians whose ancestors came mainly from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, while a small minority hailed from Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Later on, a small population of Gujaratis and Punjabis emigrated to Fiji. They number 3,13,798 (37.6%) (2007 (37.6%) (2007 census) out of a total of 8,27,900 people living in Fiji.[87] They are mostly descended from indentured labourers, girmitiyas or girmit, brought to the islands by Fiji's British colonial rulers between 1879 and 1916 to work on Fiji's sugar cane plantations. Music has featured prominently in Indo-Fijian culture, with a distinctive Gujaratis and Punjabis emigrated to Fiji. They number 3,13,798 (37.6%) (2007 census) out of a total of 8,27,900 people living in Fiji.[87] They are mostly descended from indentured labourers, girmitiyas or girmit, brought to the islands by Fiji's British colonial rulers between 1879 and 1916 to work on Fiji's sugar cane plantations. Music has featured prominently in Indo-Fijian culture, with

in Indo-Fijian culture, with a distinctive genre emerging

late 1980s. Indo-Fijians are Fijians whose ancestors came mainly from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, while a small minority hailed from Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Later on, a small population of Gujaratis and Punjabis emigrated to Fiji. They number 3,13,798 (37.6%) (2007 census) whole, third and fourth generation immigrants are proving to be very successful, especially in the fields of law, business and medicine.[citation needed] Indian culture has been constantly referenced within the wider British culture, at first have fought for equal rights, although with only limited success. Many have left Fiji in search of better living conditions and social total of 8,27,900 people living in Fiji.[87] They are mostly descended from indentured labourers, girmitiyas or girmit, brought to the islands that some claim influenced early jazz musicians. The Indo-Fijians have fought for equal rights, although with only limited success. Many have left Fiji in search of better living conditions and social justice Fiji's British colonial rulers between 1879 and 1916 to work on Fiji's sugar cane plantations. Music has featured prominently in Indo-Fijian culture, with a distinctive genre

indentured labourers, girmitiyas or girmit, brought to the islands by

in favour of the OCI programme. Before the larger wave of migration during the British colonial era, a significant group of South Asians, especially from the west coast (Sindh, Surat, Konkan and Malabar) travelled regularly to South East Africa, especially Zanzibar. It is believed from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, while a small minority hailed from Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Later on, a small population of Gujaratis and Punjabis emigrated to Fiji. They number 3,13,798 (37.6%) (2007 census) out of a total of 8,27,900 people living in Fiji.[87] They are mostly descended from indentured labourers, girmitiyas or girmit, brought to the islands by Fiji's British colonial rulers between 1879 and 1916 to work