But the stakes have been raised even further after the Italian government said that its two nationals would remain in their home country and not return to India to face trial.
What does R2I stand for?
R2I stands for Return to India
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- Star Wars Droid Model
- Rapid Reaction Deployable Command, Control, and Communications
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- Right to Education (Palestinian campaign)
- Ready to Fly
- Retour 2 Flamme (French band)
- Real Finite Impulse Response using 2 Data Streams
- Request to Hire (West Chester University; Pennsylvania)
- Rune Two-Handed (gaming, Runescape)
- Resistance to Interrogation (military technique)
- Road to Jerusalem
- Return to Kogarah (Australia; rugby)
- Radix-2 Multipath Delay Commutator
- REWERSE I1 Rule Markup Language
- Resource Requirements Management System
- Research to Operations
- Requisition to Pay (business process)
- Research to Practice (US CDC; Cincinnati, OH)
- Responsibility to Protect (New York, NY)
- Right to Protect
Samples in periodicals archive:
The bench said that the marines-Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone-are only allowed to travel to Italy and remain there and will have to return to India.
James Bond is set to return to India for the first time in nearly 30 years, after the government granted filming permission for the latest installment of the fictional superspy's adventures.
There are around 15,000 young Indian-origin doctors undergoing training in different parts of Britain who will return to India," Ramesh Mehta, president of the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, told media in New Delhi.
By then, the government had cancelled Haneef's visa and he was forced to return to India.
THE England and Wales Cricket Board have confirmed that England will return to India to play their two-match Test series after a meeting between players and management today.
Maqbool Fida Husain, India's most famous living artist, will not be able to return to India unless the hundreds of cases claiming he hurt "Hindu sentiment" are withdrawn, say experts despite a ruling from the country's supreme court clearing him of the charges.
Her mother Fiona MacKeown said she did not give permission for the organs to be removed and is planning to return to India within the next two weeks to find out what has happened.