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Embassy of India, Warsaw
Use of Satellite phones is illegal in India
All foreign nationals visiting India are advised not to carry / use Thuraya/ Irridium satellite phones in India. The use of these phones is strictly prohibited in India. Any violation in this regard or foreigners identified with Thuraya/Irridium satellite phones shall have serious consequences and the users are liable for prosecution under Indian laws.
Electronic Indian visas for Poland
Incredible India now welcomes Polish tourists with a smoother visa experience. Polish nationals can travel to India from August 15, 2015 with an ‘e-Tourist Visa’, an electronic travel advisory, which can be printed out at home. The document may be presented at any of 16 designated Indian airports to get a visa stamp.
Ambassador of India to Poland, Mr. Ajay Bisaria said, “We are delighted that the e-Tourist visa scheme has been extended to Poland. Our people have strong and sustained cultural connections; our Polish friends love India's cultural offerings, it's cuisine, yoga, Ayurveda, and the incredible tourist destinations they can reach in a few hours of travel. Our economic links are burgeoning, Polish business is reaching out to the states of India. Last year, 25000 Polish nationals visited India. This visa scheme, along with the likely direct flight between India and Poland next year, could multiply these numbers."
Since the launch of the e-Tourist Visa Scheme on 27th November 2014, more than 200,000 such visas have been issued. The scheme has now been extended to 113 countries at 16 airports designated for providing the e-Tourist visa service.
Information on the e-Tourist visa scheme is available at https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/tvoa.html. The Embassy of India in Warsaw will continue to facilitate travel to India. Visas for non-tourist categories will continue to be available through our agency BLS International (http://www.blsindiavisa-poland.com).