This article explores the experiences of Indians living in Finland. It looks at how they are accepted by the Finnish people, the cultural differences they experience, and the difficulties they may face. The article also examines how the Indian community integrates into Finnish society, and the opportunities open to them. In conclusion, it highlights that Indian immigrants are generally welcomed by the Finnish people and are able to find their place in the country. They have access to the same opportunities as Finnish citizens and are able to make the most of the country’s excellent education, healthcare and job market.
The article discusses the impact of Covid-19 restrictions on people in India and how the relaxation of curbs for the upcoming festival of Bakrid is hoped to help traders. The article states that due to the lockdown and restrictions, many traders have suffered losses and their businesses have been affected. It further mentions that the relaxation of curbs is expected to help the traders to get back into business, thereby restoring the economic activity in the country. The article also talks about the difficulties faced by the people due to the pandemic, such as financial hardships and lack of job opportunities. Finally, it states that the relaxation of curbs for Bakrid is expected to provide some respite to the people and the economy.