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Anish Kapoor Joins Global Art Coalition Against Far-right

Renowned Indian-origin British sculptor Anish Kapoor is among 200 artists, musicians and writers who have joined a global coalition against the rise of right-wing populism around the world.

There's Bigger Problem For Indian IT Companies Than Donald Trump

Businesses therefore have to take essential decisions on new technology in the face of a certain degree of uncertainty."

No Major Impact on Indian Banks in UK Post-Brexit

There will be no major impact on Indian banking operations in the UK post-Brexit and the British capital will continue to be the global "financial hub."

India, Indonesia Inch Closer

In South-East Asia, India is seen as a balancer against Chinese influence and an engine of regional growth

Indian Visitors Among Top Foreign Spenders in US

Indian visitors have emerged among the top overseas spenders in the US and Uncle Sam is now pulling all stops to attract more tourists from the country.

Rishikesh, India: The Yoga Capital of The World

For better or worse, the holy city of Rishikesh, which rests on the foothills of the Himalayas in northern India, will always be associated with the Beatles and their sojourn to study transcendental meditation in 1968.

Rush to Invest $500,000 to Get Green Card

The EB-5 Investor Visa program provides an opportunity for immigrant foreign nationals and their immediate family (children up to the age of 21) to obtain US green cards and permanent residency in mainly two ways.

India Tweaks Pension Plan to Include Expat Workers in UAE

Indian expat workers in the UAE can take heart. New Delhi has an inclusive pension plan for them after it decided to scrap an exclusive 'pilot' scheme.

PM Modi Could Head to US to Meet Trump in May

Both governments are exploring plans for Modi to travel to Washington DC.

Can Akhilesh Yadav Win Back 222 Million Indian Voters

His political journey, however, has been far from smooth, especially in the past few weeks when he fought a very public battle with his father, party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav.

Hyderabad to Medak: Cathedral Town

Heritage, culture and nature—Medak has something for everyone

Amazon Seeks to Set up Shop in India’s Food Bazaar

India could be the second country to see Amazon brick-and-mortar stores, with the Seattle-based company having sought the government’s approval to open food-only outlets

UP is Bollywood’s Current Favourite Destination

Cash subsidy and single-window clearance are among key reasons for Bollywood’s newfound affinity towards Uttar Pradesh.

India Welcomes Morocco’s Return to African Union

Morocco’s re-admission into the African Union in January is after more than three decades.

Malaysia Targets One Million Tourist Arrivals From India in 2017

Malaysia aims to attract one million tourists from India this year and has stepped up its tourism promotion efforts to achieve the ambitious target.

INOC Seeks Action Against Hindutva Groups Active in US

INOC, USA urges the growing Indian community in the US to refrain from funding these organisations that promote hatred and bigotry against the minorities in India.

Can Trump Really Value A Strong, Independent India

There is no indication yet that Trump fully appreciates the value of a strong but independent India for preserving America's place in the world.

US University Receives USD 1.5 Million Grant For Jainism Studies

An Indian-origin philanthropist in the US has made a grant of USD 1.5 million to a prestigious American University to advance studies in Jainism.

Justin Bieber to Rock Mumbai

Justin Bieber, YouTube’s biggest import to the world of music, will perform in India for the first time at the D.Y. Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai on 10 May.

Founder Tantrums at Infosys

Infosys founders’ demand for changing the board led by Vishal Sikka and R. Seshasayee due to ‘trust being broken’ is an extreme case of hubris

Curb Sought on Excessive Wedding

The worst excesses of the Indian wedding industry may soon be curbed if a new bill is approved.

Indian Fashion Industry Helping Revive Traditional Textile Technique

With a little skill and technique, ikat gives you the flexibility and the freedom to modify in several forms.

Protectionist US Major Challenge For Indian IT Services

New Bills being introduced by the Trump administration in the US Congress seek to make outsourcing not only tougher but more expensive.

Trump Will Have Strong Ties With India, Indian-Americans

Under President Donald Trump, India and Indian-Americans will have a strong relationship with the US as he would be their "best friend" in the White House

Will India's Rupee Ban Decide a Crucial Election

A victory in the politically key state of Uttar Pradesh would be a huge shot in the arm for Mr Modi and his party. But will the rupee ban help him or hurt his chances?

India Races to Get Robots Moving on The Moon

India is limbering up to take part in an international competition to get robots moving on the moon.

First Indian Genomics Beacon Launched in UK

The aim of the Indian beacon is to address the gap in shared Indian genomics data, which helps scientists better understand disease and develop more effective drug delivery systems and therapeutics

India to Launch 104 Satellites in Record Mission

If successful, India will set a world record as the first country to launch the most satellites in one go, surpassing Russia which launched 39 satellites in a single mission in June 2014.

Investors Eyeing Indian Gaming Industry

The youth population of the world is hovering to become part of one of the world's leading gaming sector.

Soon, Europe Can Get a Taste of India Consumption Story

The enduring allure of a widening consumer base continues to draw more European investors to the world's fastest-expanding major economy.

India Could be Donald Trump's Next Trade War Target

India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam have largely escaped US President Donald Trump’s glare on trade, but he may yet come looking.

The History of Hindustan Motors Ambassador

As a symbol of India’s automotive history, there is little else that defines motoring in the country like it.

Grammy Glory For Two Indian Tabla Artistes

The 59th Grammy Awards held in Los Angeles warranted a special drum roll for India, with two Indian tabla artistes featuring in the list of final honours.

Hire American Bigger Issue For IT Companies Than H-1B Visa Restrictions

Indian technology services companies responding in earnest to President Donald Trump's "Hire American" rhetoric are facing a problem they can't fix on their own: A dearth of local tech talent on US campuses.

Indian-origin Nasa Scientist Detained at US Border

A US-born Nasa scientist of Indian-origin was detained by US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) authorities on his return to America from a trip to Chile and pressured into unlocking his phone.

India Activist Kailash Satyarthi's Stolen Nobel Medal Recovered

A replica of a Nobel medal, which was stolen from the home of Indian child rights campaigner Kailash Satyarthi in New Delhi, has been recovered, police say.

Indian Doctors Prepare World’s Heaviest Woman For Surgery

Indian doctors put an Egyptian believed to be the world’s heaviest woman on a special liquid diet Monday as they prepared her for an emergency weight-loss operation.

Trump Administration Taking Fresh Look at F16 Sale to India

US is taking a fresh look at Lockheed's proposal to have a F-16 manufacturing base in India.

$11.5 Billion NRI Investment Coming Into Realty

The concerns about the real estate sector are largely done with and after the mega booster dose from the Union Budget, things are looking not just rosy but attractive to make this sector a top investment bet for the year.

Indian Techies Welcome in Canada After Trump Ban

Indian-origin tech leaders in Canada say the controversial visa and travel restrictions imposed by US President Donald Trump+ will be a boon for tech recruitment and investment in Canada.

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