If you live in Canada and you want to call a friend in India, you can try calling them between 8:30 PM and 12:30 PM your time. This will be between 7AM - 11PM their time, since India is 10 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Canada.
If you're available any time, but you want to reach someone in India at work, you may want to try between 10:30 PM and 6:30 AM your time. This is the best time to reach them from 9AM - 5PM during normal working hours.
Unfortunately, there aren't any times that overlap between your normal working hours and theirs. The best we can do with the meeting planner is to expand the range to cover from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM your time (Canada).
To schedule a conference call or plan a meeting at the best time for both parties, you should try between 7:00 AM and 8:30 AM your time in Canada. That will end up being between 5:30 PM and 7:00 PM in India. The chart on the right shows overlapping times.
|UTC-5 hours||UTC+5.5 hours|
|7:00 AM||5:30 PM|
|7:30 AM||6:00 PM|
|8:00 AM||6:30 PM|
|8:30 AM||7:00 PM|
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