India’s Tottering Foreign Policy in The Age of Trump

While Donald Trump’s foreign policy remains somewhat mysterious, the signs for New Delhi are not good.

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Indian Walks Away With Europe Business Assembly Award

Ghana's Subah Infosolutions once again gained international recognition by bagging Europe Business A...

Britain's Exit From EU a Positive For India

ritain's exit from the European Union will have a "positive" spin-off for India as the UK looks for strategic tie-ups in large markets.

UK Backs India's Bid For Permanent Membership of UN Security Council

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson today supported India's quest for permanent membership of the UN Security Council.

India-financed Rail Project to Enhance Connectivity in West Africa

An India-financed $398 million railway project will push trade in eastern and northern Ghana and also open up landlocked countries in West Africa.

Delhi Will Host Its First Yule Ball

t’s Time To Celebrate, Potterheads.The best news for desi Potterheads! Come Christmas, they'll get to attend Delhi's first ever Yule Ball.

It's China vs US to be Lead Investor in Desi Startups

Investors from the Middle Kingdom are being aggressively courted by Indian entrepreneurs, and their backers, as they search for long-term pools of private capital

Kebab And Korma Topped by Kurmura

Lucknow is justly renowned for its princely fare, but its street food in the lanes of Aminabad, Hazratganj and Chowk is as unique.

Trump Pledges Consequences For US Firms Moving Offshore

President-elect Donald Trump warned that the government would punish companies seeking to move operations overseas with "consequences," setting the stage for an unusual level of intervention by the White House into private enterprise.
Friday, Dec 02, 2016 01:57 EST

Indian-American Executives Arrested on Fraud Charges in US

Two top Indian-American executives were on Thursday arrested in the US for allegedly misrepresenting their company's finances to inflate its stock price.

Friday, Dec 02, 2016 01:47 EST

Preet Bharara Meets Trump

India-born Preet Bharara, the powerful US attorney who has facilitated many high-profile insider trading convictions, has agreed to remain in the position after meeting President-elect Donald Trump.

Thursday, Dec 01, 2016 02:23 EST

New Immigration Rules Make H-1B Friendlier Until Trump Takes Over

The USCIS will now allow terminated H-1B visa holders a grace period of 60 days to either leave or sort out their paperwork for new jobs.

Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016 05:25 EST

Many Indian Americans in Running For Place in Trump Govt

Several Indian Americans are being considered for positions in the Trump administration as they all qualify on merit and ethnicity is not an issue, the highest ranking Indian-origin politician in the Republican party has said.

Friday, Dec 02, 2016 00:46 EST

Demonetisation Necessary Step to Address Corruption: US

The US has supported India's move to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes.

Thursday, Dec 01, 2016 02:13 EST

PM Modi Moves To Amazonize' $400 Billion of Government Purchases

Prime Minister Narendra Modi plans to move all government purchases, from paper clips to power plant turbines, to an Amazon-like online marketplace that could eventually be worth a fifth of the country's $2 trillion economy.

Thursday, Dec 01, 2016 02:08 EST

Modi's Demonetisation Drive is Silently Changing India

the struggle for cash may also be silently changing the way the country transacts as the dematerialisation of shares did to stock trading in the mid-90s.

Thursday, Dec 01, 2016 01:29 EST

UK New Visa Rules Indian IT Firms Won’t be Affected

The recent change in UK visa rules announced today which created a panic among Indian IT professionals might not have a significant impact, according to experts in the industry.

Friday, Dec 02, 2016 00:48 EST

Romania Overtakes India as UK's Biggest Migrant Population

Immigration into the UK from within the European Union (EU) has officially overtaken the rest of the world, with Romania replacing India at the top.

Thursday, Dec 01, 2016 01:35 EST

Nine-year-old Kashmiri girl Who Rules The Kickboxing World

She has been winning local championships since last year, and now aspires to participate in the Olympics.

Thursday, Dec 01, 2016 01:33 EST

Callers For Dollars - Inside India's Scam Call Centres

Callers bullied their victims with the threat of arrest, jail, seized homes and confiscated passports.

Thursday, Dec 01, 2016 01:28 EST

Mad Over Donuts to Expand Operations in India

Its rival Dunkin’ Donuts, operated by Jubilant FoodWorks in India, has 73 outlets across 23 cities.

Thursday, Dec 01, 2016 02:04 EST

Yoga Gurus: The Leaders Behind India's Hottest Consumer Products

The newcomers’ success is snatching market share from larger established suppliers, which have had to develop their own ayurveda lines.

Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016 05:20 EST

Thane Call Centres Duped 15,000 Americans

Investigators have arrested 20 people in the United States, and Indian authorities have made 75 arrests following October raids on three premises in the Thane suburb of Mumbai

Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016 05:14 EST

4 India-born CEOs in Fortune Businessperson of the Year List

The four India-born CEOs are Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, Mastercard’s Ajay Banga, AO Smith’s Ajita Rajendra, and HDFC Bank’s Aditya Puri

Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016 04:59 EST

Demonetisation Hits NRI Weddings, Travel Plans

Several Indian families living abroad, who had plans to visit India around the year-end, are keeping a close watch on the prevailing situation.

Tuesday, Nov 29, 2016 04:36 EST

Expat Shutterbugs Shed Light on India’s Beauty

Myriad colours, people, culture, religion and places from across the country found a place in the 700- odd photographs on display as part of the 19th Beautiful India Expatriate Photo Competition.

Monday, Nov 28, 2016 03:47 EST

ESPN Plans to Customise Global Shows For India

ESPN is planning to customize its international shows like ‘Pardon the Interruption’ and ‘SportsCenter’ for the Indian marke

Monday, Nov 28, 2016 03:43 EST

Indian Student Wins Best Film Award in Singapore

Indian student Hitanshu Mehta was part of a team from Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) that won the ‘Best Film Award’.

Friday, Nov 25, 2016 04:30 EST

Museums And Mosques

Five ‘begums’ held sway in the city from 1819-1995

Tuesday, Nov 22, 2016 01:16 EST

India's Mysterious Unfaithful Woman Returns

The identity of both the original spurned partner and the now infamous Sonam Gupta remain a mystery, with many believing she may not even exist.

Wednesday, Nov 16, 2016 04:02 EST

7 Offbeat Wedding Rituals in India

A few unusual wedding rituals in India that are bound to take you by surprise.

Monday, Oct 10, 2016 02:15 EDT

India Businessman Pays $12.4 Million For Dubai Number Plate

An Indian businessman has paid $9 million (S$12.4 million) at auction to grab a single-digit car registration plate in Dubai, feeding a passion for "unique" number plates.

Wednesday, Oct 05, 2016 02:55 EDT

Pigeon Taken Into Custody in India

Indian police say they took a pigeon into custody after it was found with a note threatening the prime minister.

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