Earlier this year, Ediga and his group were inspired to work for the cause after reading a story about an elderly Parsi couple - Cyrus Guzder and his wife Lyla - who donated over $20,000 for the Vidarbha widows.
Global technology companies are bullish on business prospects in India but want regulators to accelerate the process of approving their proposals for upgrading communication networks across the country, participants at an IT event here say.
Reliance Capital, part of the Anil Ambani promoted Reliance Group on Friday said it has suspended sale of physical gold and all gold related investment products in a bid to support the government's efforts to curb gold import.
Indian IT firms do a lot of back-office jobs for overseas entities, they get a substantial chunk of their revenue from the US. So, a rise in the dollar would translate into more revenue for them in rupees.
In the biggest ever penalty on an individual trader, the UK financial sector regulator FCA today imposed a fine of nearly one million pounds on an Indian-origin realty broker for fraudulent sale and renting of homes.
The alliance alleged that India has systematically discriminated against a wide range of innovative US products and exports in order to benefit India's business and industrial community at the expense of American jobs.
Indian-American legal luminary Sri Srinivasan was on Tuesday sworn in as a judge in the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, the second most powerful court in the United States after the Supreme Court.
On one hand, caste is losing its virility as India opens up opportunities and mind-sets, while on the other, the forces of democratic politics ensure that it will thrive and never be forgotten as a crucial social index.
The word 'tweet' in the sense of social networking has entered the hallowed pages of the Oxford English Dictionary with the lexicon breaking its rule that a new word needed to be in use for ten years before inclusion.