Anything which someone can buy from USA and dubai if they visiting there and get that thing at cheap when we compare to indian price

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Anything which someone can buy from USA and dubai if they visiting there and get that thing at cheap when we compare to indian price

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Get Philips Dubai Lamps

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Laptop / mobile are they less priced in USA OR Dubai than India

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Bhai smuggling ke suggestions dd se le rahe ho kya joy joy

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blondy

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Dji drone

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iphone, macbook

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Mobile lap tab from usa
Petrol diesel gold from dubai

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Recently bought 13 Pro from Dubai. Got it cheaper from Dubai than US.

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kukdookoo wrote:

blondy

Hum to Russia soch rahe the stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes

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24karat wrote:

Mobile lap tab from usa
Petrol diesel gold from dubai

Haan pure petrol milega

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Vaccum + mop (roborock) but weights heavy

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myfungang829 wrote:

Haan pure petrol milega

In andhra pradesh, govt is providing PURE petrol so it costs high than rest of the states in india.

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i heard gasoline/petrol is very cheap. Equally burnt by summer sun and gasoline, look for someway to get it. upto 25000 allowed by customs subjected to conditions.

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jonsnow18 wrote:

Dji drone

Be very careful while buying drones from other countries or importing drones. The import of drones is only allowed with prior permission from the Ministry of Communications (Wireless Planning and Coordination Department). If a drone is detected without authorization at the airport, it will be confiscated and not returned. Getting a prior permission is not an easy task either. So make sure you have the paperwork before asking your friends or relatives to buy a drone for you when they come back from to India 

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@A_J thanks fr the info 

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A_J wrote:

Be very careful while buying drones from other countries or importing drones. The import of drones is only allowed with prior permission from the Ministry of Communications (Wireless Planning and Coordination Department). If a drone is detected without authorization at the airport, it will be confiscated and not returned. Getting a prior permission is not an easy task either. So make sure you have the paperwork before asking your friends or relatives to buy a drone for you when they come back from to India 

No issues / permissions required for Nano Drones (<250gms) right? 
For Ex: DJI Mavic Mini/2

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getready wrote:

No issues / permissions required for Nano Drones (<250gms) right? 
For Ex: DJI Mavic Mini/2

Not entirely sure. I think you don’t need a licence to fly drones under 250gms but I’m not sure if you are allowed to import them from other countries. Going a bit off topic, my opinion is that drones are very cool but will become almost useless pretty soon, as the government is going to bring more and more regulations regarding when you can fly them, where you can fly them, how high you can fly them etc. Then there are privacy concerns, safety concerns. If you are an enthusiast with no license or formal training, it will become more and more difficult for you to fly a drone almost anywhere in the city, especially if there’s an airport or army base or any important government building nearby. It will be difficult to take the drones when you go abroad too as different countries have different rules regarding the use of drones. You might be able to use the drone when you go on trips to remote locations away from any points of strategic importance. I was visiting some site of historical importance recently and they had a sign saying ‘do not use drones without permission’. I feel we are going to see that sign pop up a lot more as more and more people start using drones.

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A_J wrote:

Not entirely sure. I think you don’t need a licence to fly drones under 250gms but I’m not sure if you are allowed to import them from other countries. Going a bit off topic, my opinion is that drones are very cool but will become almost useless pretty soon, as the government is going to bring more and more regulations regarding when you can fly them, where you can fly them, how high you can fly them etc. Then there are privacy concerns, safety concerns. If you are an enthusiast with no license or formal training, it will become more and more difficult for you to fly a drone almost anywhere in the city, especially if there’s an airport or army base or any important government building nearby. It will be difficult to take the drones when you go abroad too as different countries have different rules regarding the use of drones. You might be able to use the drone when you go on trips to remote locations away from any points of strategic importance. I was visiting some site of historical importance recently and they had a sign saying ‘do not use drones without permission’. I feel we are going to see that sign pop up a lot more as more and more people start using drones.

Importing drones is a different scene, people had issues even with a toy but its possible to even get much heavier drones via personal/cabin baggage (unsealed*). Mavic Mini 1 is officially available here in India (Edit: New imports are banned from Feb,2022) but it costs almost 2x atm (used to sell for 25-30k when Appario listed it initially). Almost got it back then but skipped the plan as Mini 2 can shoot 4K while Mini 1 can do max 2.7k 

Yes, there are many restrictions for drone usage here in India (Flying range restrictions) but there’s no custom firmware involved so it all depends on the use cases and the usage locations

Edit: Looks like, DJI restricted the flying range for locally purchased units but now the vertical flying limit is 400feet from 50 feet (No limitations on imported units)

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Underwear, I know this may sound weird they got some really good quality material stuff there.

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iron-man wrote:

Hum to Russia soch rahe the stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes

russia ke liye russia jana padega

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