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  • Keep 2-3 legible photocopies of passport, visa, credit cards in your coat pocket and check-in bag
  • Have a back-up of your mobile phone numbers
  • Leave photocopies of your credit card with your office
  • Trade bodies/organisations can be of great help—carry their contact numbers
  • Carry the contact number/address of the Indian Embassy/consulate of the country you are visiting
  • Preferably use a combination lock for your check-in bag. Key locks mean you will have to break the lock if the keys get stolen
  • Always check in your bag under your name. If any other passenger of your group checks in your bag, you will find it hard to retrieve it
  • In case of a passport theft, always file a complaint with the airport officials and the police and keep photocopies of these
  • The Indian embassy gives you an attested photocopy of the police/airport complaint that you have submitted to them. Take 2-3 copies of these as you may have to furnish these to immigration authorities in Mumbai
  • Check to see that the appropriate word, passport “stolen’’ or “lost’’ is mentioned in the emergency certificate
Taken from Times of India Newpaper Article "A spanish ordeal best forgoten" published on 23-Mar-2008 Mumbai edition

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