June 2017

43 McDonald's Delhi Outlets to Shut Today, 1700 Will Lose Jobs

The closure, reckon marketing and branding experts, will hurt McDonald's, which has been sliding in India since it was dethroned by pizza brand Domino's from pole position in 2013 as the largest quick service restaurant (QSR) chain in the country.

China Opens Door For India in Donald Trump’s Washington

The question for Narendra Modi isn’t whether he can get along with Donald Trump, but whether he can manage the relationship better than Chinese leader Xi Jinping has

Govt Cites The Bullet on Air India Privatisation

Arun Jaitley says the Union Cabinet has approved Air India disinvestment and will form a group under the finance minister to work out the modalities of the stake sale

Sebi Allows NRIs to Hedge Currency Risk

Markets regulator Sebi on Wednesday allowed NRIs to access the exchange traded currency derivatives (ETCD) market to hedge currency risk arising out of their investments in India

Expedited Entry Into US For Indian Travellers From Now On

Low-risk Indian travellers to the US from now on would experience speedy entry into the country after landing, with India making a formal entry into an American initiative.

US Clears Sale of Guardian Drones to India

The US has cleared the sale of predator Guardian drones to India to enhance its maritime surveillance capabilities.

Tesco to Cut 1,200 U.K. And India Jobs

Tesco Plc said it’s cutting about 1,200 head-office jobs as the U.K. grocery leader adjusts to increasing cost pressures.

Indians Become Second Largest Group of Migrants in Australia

ndians have become the second largest group of migrants living in Australia since 2011 at 1,63,000, following people of Chinese origin, according to the latest census data.

Modi Promises Indian Diaspora a Dream India

Expressing confidence that soon India would be a transformed country, the dream of Indian diaspora to see a developed India will be fulfilled in their lifetime.

US Clears Sale of Guardian Drones to India

The US has cleared the sale of predator Guardian drones to India, as US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi pledged on Tuesday to deepen their defence and security cooperation.

Can’t Adopt White Child, Try in India, British-Sikh Couple Told by UK Agency

A British Sikh couple were asked by an adoption agency not to apply because of their “Indian heritage” and were advised to try to adopt in India, sparking fury and a race-discrimination case.

Britain Has Become a Haven For Fugitives

Indian high commissioner to the UK YK Sinha was speaking at the launch of a new book on India-UK ties titled ‘Winning Partnership: India-UK Relations Beyond Brexit’ in London.

BCCI Might Scale Down India's Tour of South Africa

The India tour of South Africa scheduled for later this year may witness its span being cut short.

Trump And Modi Exchange Hugs, Herald Stronger US-India Ties

- Hugging outside the White House Monday, President Donald Trump and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi heralded an increasingly close strategic partnership.

China and India Border Dispute Raises Fears of New Asian War

China has accused Indian border guards of crossing into its territory from the state of Sikkim on India's northeastern border with Tibet

Donald Trump And Narendra Modi Warn Pakistan Over Terror Launches

US President Donald Trump and Indian PM Narendra Modi have urged Pakistan to ensure its territory is not used to launch terror attacks.

For The U.S. And India, a Convergence of Interests And Values

Our two nations stand as mutually reinforcing engines of growth and innovation.

Can Modi Turn India From a True Friend to The U.S. to a Friend Forever

In n Washington, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is out to answer to one question: “Is India the lynchpin of America’s strategic pivot to the east, or is it merely a helpful acquaintance?”

Indian Diaspora Showers Praise on PM Modi

The Indian diaspora in the United States showered praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his comprehensive speech as he addressed them here and said his efforts to make a better India are praiseworthy.

A Case For Chutney

A look at the ‘daavi baju’, or left side of a traditional Maharashtrian ‘thali’, where chutneys occupy pride of place.

Indian Teen Celebrates as Nasa Sends Satellite to Space

Nasa just launched a tiny satellite designed by 18-year-old Rifath Shaarook from India.

Can Narendra Modi and Donald Trump Recreate The Magic of The Obama Years

On 26 June, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to hold official talks with US President Donald Trump in Washington DC in what will be the first meeting between the two leaders.

Modi Must Raise H-1B Visa Issue With Trump: Indians in US

rime Minister Narendra Modi must raise the contentious H-1B visa issue besides defence cooperation and terrorism during his first bilateral meeting with US President Donald Trump, members of the Indian community said here.

Trump-Modi: Steak Meets Dahl For US-India First Date

Aides bill upcoming meeting between Modi and Trump as a chance to strike up a friendship, but will it all go smoothly?

UK Promises Better Market Access to India After Brexit

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has shown much enthusiasm to sign a free trade agreement with India, which can happen only after Britain formally leaves the EU, expected in March 2019.

RBS to Cut Hundreds of UK Jobs in Move to India

Bank’s transfer of loans team to Mumbai brings loss of 443 jobs in Britain and condemnation by Unite over ‘cheap’ labour

Facing Ruin, India’s Ancient Glass Artists Blame The Taj

The ancient glass quarter in Firozabad never recovered after authorities blamed smoke drifting from its furnaces for yellowing the Taj's magnificent white marble, threatening the beauty of India's number-one tourist attraction.

Modi in America: Chemistry, Not History

Indian and American officials have been burning the midnight oil to ensure a positive outcome of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s talks with US President Donald Trump.

Delhi's Heart is Set on this Chole-Bhature Wala Since 50 Years

Sita Ram Diwan Chand Choley Bhature is going strong since late 1950's

PM Modi Given Warm Welcome by Indians in US

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was today greeted by a group of people from the Indian community who were waiting for him outside a high-security hotel here where he is staying.

The Dancing Girls of India's Folk Opera

Nautanki is one of India's oldest folk theatres, and it's hugely popular in small towns and rural areas.

NRI Deposits Hit a Two-year Low With Liquidity Surplus in India

NRI deposits have hit a two-year low in India for a multitude of reasons, including the fact that banks flush with liquidity post-demonetisation are less keen to chase foreign account holders.

Tax-savvy American NRIs Use Family Trusts to Insulate Indian Assets

Trust Indians to come up with jugaad, even when they no longer live in the country.

India's Middle East Balancing Act

India must maintain diplomatic equilibrium between Israel and Arab states.

Modi Keeps Europe Big in India Scheme of Things

India continues to pivot towards Europe, as PM Modi embarks on his second visit to Europe within a month.

India And an Isolated USA

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to meet President Donald Trump over the weekend. The relationship which Modi had with Obama is not there and so expectations from this visit are low.

Efforts to Bring Back Indians Stranded in Qatar

Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju has announced special flights from Qatar to bring Indians trapped there back to the country.

UK Looks to India Again to Meet Shortage of Nurses

Doctors trained in India are the second largest group in the NHS after those trained in the UK. New visa curbs have cut numbers, but the number of Indian health professionals remains very high.

Lawsuit Filed Against Infosys in US by Former Immigration Head

The lawsuit filed by Erin Green accuses Infosys of "discrimination" against non-South Asian employees.

Scheme For NRI Scientists to Work in Indian Institutes Started

In a bid to reverse “brain-drain”, the government launched a scheme under which non-resident Indian scientists will be able to work in the country’s institutions for a period of one to three months.

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