It’s abundantly clear that the Ranbaxy fiasco in the US, in which the company has to pay $500 million for allegedly selling adulterated drugs, is the big opportunity that the multinational drug companies have been waiting for to malign India.
The world’s largest retailer Wal-Mart is poised to formalise its entry into the Indian market by buying out a 49% stake in a subsidiary of Bharti Retail through which it positioned itself for an early entry.
As Trinidad and Tobago prepares for the 168th anniversary of the arrival of the first group of 231 Indians to the West Indies, the toast of the celebrations is the first ship of migrants -- the Fath-Al-Razak.
The capital, which has so far basked in the glory of historic monuments and edifices built by the Mughals and Edward Lutyens, will boast of an iconic structure of its own in the form of the Signature Bridge
A perfect Ponzi scheme is one where money brought in by the newer investors is used to pay off older investors. In this case money brought in by newer investors is used to build homes for the older investors.
India and the US have called upon all nations - without naming any country - to take effective steps to work toward eliminating sanctuaries and infrastructure that supports terrorism and to increase efforts to counter violent extremism.