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When we asked people living in India about club and activities where newcomers can meet others, they responded...

"The best way to meet people in India is to join local meetup groups or community activities. You can also find and join local clubs or organizations related to your interests, such as music, dancing, or hiking. You can also try asking other expats living in India for advice on how to best meet people in India. Additionally, social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter can be great tools for finding people who share your interests and passions. Lastly, attending cultural events, such as festivals and concerts, will open the doors for more networking opportunities," wrote a member who made the move to India.

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"In 2010 we moved from New Zealand to Bangalore for my wife to take up a teaching role, along with us we brought our youngest son who was 9 at the time. We enrolled him in Trio World School (now Trio World Academy) where my wife was teaching. The school was a lot like being part of a large extended family, friendships were forged that have lasted till today and I expect beyond. At the time Trio being a International School following the Cambridge curriculum was an excellent fit and provided an incredible foundation for our son's future. Today Trio offers Cambridge and IB Curriculum's at Trio World Academy, ICSE Indian curriculum at Trio World School and world class kindergarten care at Trio Tots. I would absolutely recommend this school to parents wanting to educate their children in Bangalore," explained one expat living in Bangalore, India.

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