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You need 2 things One a Demat Account and second a Broker Account. If you need to trade online, then an agreement [Power of Attorney] between Your Saving Bank Account, the Demat Account and the Trading Account. So there are quite a few forms that need signature and proof of identify. Physical presence is required.


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It's extremely likely it is just a "stupid marketing question". In this case, answer No and that's it. (For example, in many countries now when you're at a chain store buying a t-shirt or lipstick, when you are paying they say "What is your phone number?" I always say "I do not give it out.") There is a (very) small chance ...


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Yes! I hold an HDFC Debit card which is an Indian bank as well and I was able to use it in Nepal a year ago. However, before using it internationally you may I had to activate the card for International Usage and set its limit for international usage. You may use it freely for making payments as well as for withdrawing cash from ATMs in Nepal. The currency ...


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To trade stocks in India, you need a copy of your pan card, address proof(passport or driving license/electricity bill), income tax return (if you are trading futures & options and currencies), and a cancelled cheque from the bank. You will also need to sign across your recent photographs, and require various other forms from a brokerage house which need ...


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Western Union is one way to send emergency cash to a family member. It seems suspicious as a method of goods payment because many frauds have used it as a means of collecting irreversible payments. EBay and Paypal would be a better more trustworthy way to sell to usa customers. Most USA banks need a USA address for the account owner..... But you may not ...


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If the funds are part of salary then it is taxable in India. If the funds are sent by your family for your study etc, then its not taxable. For more details on taxation of Foreign Nationals refer to http://www.investingintamilnadu.com/india/doc/guide_investors/guide_expats_working_india.pdf


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