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India Notifies Amended Tax Treaty With Singapore

The government today notified the amended India-Singapore tax treaty under which capital gains tax will be levied at source of investments with effect from April 1.

U.S. Lawmakers Urge India to Lift Curbs on NGO

The U.S lawmakers said they were “long time supporters of U.S. –India partnership” but the Indian government’s treatment of CI has “caused serious concern within the U.S. Congress.”

American Economic Policy’s Impact on Indian Business

India and the United States have a positive economic relation that can be strengthened in the context of the policies of the new US administration.

G20 Leaders to Discuss Finance And Economic Policy on The Ghats of Varanasi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi, considered the spiritual capital of India, will soon be getting on the international diplomacy map.

Return of Bollywood Action Queens

Fundamental challenges for female-centric projects remain despite high-voltage action carried off single-handedly by stray Bollywood heroines.

The Cheese Revolution

One of the world’s oldest dairy traditions is cultivating a brand new culture.

The Trail-blazing Actress Bollywood Forgot

Rehana Sultan was the victim of typecasting, her obvious talent ignored because of her 'sexy' scenes

Trump Targeting Over 200 Indian Immigrants

The Donald Trump administration has given a list of 271 people, claiming they were illegal migrants from India.

British Government Certifies Vijay Mallya's Extradition

The Ministry of External Affairs on Friday said the British government has certified India's request for loan defaulting liquor baron Vijay Mallya's extradition and a UK court is considering issuing warrant for the same.

Challenges Mount For Rahul Gandhi, Congress After Verdict

The results of the assembly polls to five states, especially Uttar Pradesh, appear to mostly have accentuated difficulties for the Congress and raised questions about party Vice President Rahul Gandhi's electoral appeal.

Great Country Allows You to be Here: Trump Aide's Argument With Indian-American

In her Medium post, Chauhan, who is of Indian heritage, characterized that response as threatening and racist.

The Making of India's Only Man in Space

More than four decades later, fact and fiction blur easily with his modern-day fans when they meet Mr Rakesh Sharma, 68.

Raw Mango: Move Over Alfonso

Sanjay Garg’s Mumbai store blends old-world charm with minimal modernism.

US Must Not Adopt Transactional Approach in Ties With India

Former Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Nisha Desai Biswal said the support for having that kind of an institutional relationship is strong within all branches of the US government.

What BJP’s Surge Means For Indian Politics And Economy

A third/federal front with or without the backing of the Congress cannot be ruled out as Narendra Modi’s main challenger in 2019

Prejudice Against Indians is Deep Seated And Old

My Indian roots took on exaggerated importance, they were so thoroughly reframed in the colonial context, the reactive stance was there.

A Brief History of Holi: Festival of Colours

Long before water balloons and pichkaaris, Holi was only an idea- an idea that transpired to become one of the most amusing festivals of the world.

Amazon is Top Recruiter at IIM-A

With 18 offers, e-commerce major Amazon emerged as the top recruiter for the class of 2017 at India’s top B-school, IIM-A.

Bollywood Remakes Of International Films

Bollywood might not always make the most inspirational cinema, but it does not fail to take inspiration from around the world.

Australian Cricket Legend Comes Out In Strong Support Of Kohli

Ian Healy, former Australian wicketkeeper-batsman, when he said he was losing respect for Indian skipper Virat Kohli due to his constant sledging of Steve Smith's men.

Now-fired Preet Bharara Proud of Absolute Independence

A defiant Manhattan federal prosecutor, in announcing his firing after he refused to resign, says "absolute independence" was his touchstone for over seven years as he battled public corruption.

How India's Real Marigold Hotel Changed My Life

Sheila Ferguson made her name singing in The Three Degrees in the 60s and 70s. She went to Kerala to film the TV programme The Real Marigold Hotel, which is designed to make people think about growing old in India.

H-1B Visas Could be a Source of Tension in Indo-US Ties

"Demonising" the H-1B work visa issue could be a "source of tension" in Indo-US ties.

AAP’s NRI Supporters in Shock

A number of AAP supporters who were making arrangements for the past one week to make unfolding of their party’s likely victory into a public event in Canadian cities of Vancouver and Toronto went back heartbroken.

Indian PM Modi Wins Sweeping Victory in Crucial State

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party won a landslide victory in the politically crucial northern state of Uttar Pradesh, giving the Indian leader a huge boost half way through his term.

Foreign Media Reaction to Modi’s Win

Foreign publications took note of the assembly election results, interpreting the BJP’s landslide win as a testament to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity and as a referendum for demonetisation.

Is Shah Rukh Khan Losing The Battle of Khans

Shah Rukh, at the age of 51, is at the risk of losing his mojo. He has been unable to reinvent himself.

New Tax in US Could Cause Trouble For Indian IT Industry

Indian Information Technology companies may just be in for some turbulence due to the potential of a new tax regime backed by Donald Trump aimed at discouraging US companies from outsourcing work.

Indian-American Lawyer Preet Bharara Fired After Refusing To Quit

Preet Bharara said he was fired after refusing to submit a letter of resignation as part of an ouster of the remaining U.S. attorneys who were holdovers from the Obama administration.

Police, FBI Seek Tips, Offer Reward in Shooting of Deep Rai

A sketch of the suspect has been published showing the man with thick, dark eyebrows and brown eyes.

Indian-American Running For Key Civil Rights Post in US

A prominent Sikh-American woman lawyer is in the running for leading the civil rights division of the US Department of Justice, a media report has said, amid a recent spurt in hate crimes against Indians+ in the country.

16 PIOs Charged in US For Credit Card Scam Worth $3.5 Million

Sixteen Indian-origin people, including a woman, in the US have been charged for their alleged role in a massive stolen credit card and identity theft operation resulting in losses of over $3.5 million.

How PM Modi Destroyed Rivals in India's Uttar Pradesh

The balance of power in India has now decisively swung in favour of the BJP, and reinforces the party's position as the central pole in India's politics.

Decisive Victory For Modi's BJP in Uttar Pradesh

Narendra Modi's party has won a landslide victory in one of India's key states, a boost for the prime minister halfway through his first term.

Illegal Immigration, Not H1B Visa an Issue For US: India

India said the contribution of the Indian technical professionals helps the US economy become competitive, and added that currently, illegal immigration is the priority of the US administration and not the H1B visa.

The Degradation of Indian Universities Through Politics

Political intrusion in universities gathered momentum in the past 25 years, and has now reached a stage that could be the edge of the precipice for public universities.

Adam Purinton, Who Killed NRI, Appears in Court

A US Navy veteran charged with killing an Indian techie and injuring two others in a racially motivated hate crime+ has appeared before a court in Kansas.

India Australia Resolve Differences

India will withdraw a complaint to the International Cricket Council over Australia's conduct during the second Test in Bangalore this week.

UK Trade Minister Flags India to Woo Commonwealth

A group of Conservative MPs have demanded that Britain signal a more relaxed approach to visitors and migrants from India and the Commonwealth.

American Dream Losing Its Charm Among Indian Youth

It’s hard to understand US policy. It feels like losing liberty in the land of liberty. Who will be responsible for the security of Indians if hate crimes continue to rise?

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